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bigsmokebass

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About bigsmokebass

  • Birthday 05/01/1990
  1. I'm pretty sure the PRS Santana (Se) line has a wider string spacing. At least the models I tried a few years back did at least.
  2. So what's everyone rocking and why? Intrigued to see what you've got and what variant. Currently using Dunlop Crybaby Classic but quite liking the EHX Cock Fight Plus. Anyone ever used the rack based stuff?
  3. When i used to work in 'the shop', the amount of guys who'd come in saying how they started on these and are looking to go onto "something better... like a squier" 😪 Personally some varieties of this model line are far superior than some of the shit that's pumped out now at double the price. I've got much love for Yamaha for what they do.
  4. Yamaha Revstars 🙌🏻 tried a few of these and just simply short of space and funds 😅 Also getting the feel for another fender of some description
  5. Price: £625 £535 Location: Eastham, Wirral, Cheshire. £750 value (Reverb.com), after £585 for a quick sale to fund much needed new equipment. Well kept, hardly any signs of wear (being a bassist primarily) comes with Jim Dunlop Straplocks, case and case candy. Gibson Les Paul Tribute Electric Guitar Features: A tribute to a beloved classic 9-hole, weight-relieved body allows for longer sets Mahogany SlimTaper neck plays like a '60s favorite Rosewood fingerboard delivers classic Les Paul sustain Gibson 490 pickups pay tribute to turning-point tones of the 1960s Decked out with vintage-style Tektoid tuners and Gold Top Hat knobs Aluminum Tune-o-matic bridge is lightweight and tonally matched to the guitar Plek'd for precision playability Any questions, don't hesitate to ask. Thank you for viewing BSB
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