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Setting up the new one

Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by Jay2U, Dec 4, 2013.


  1. Jay2U

    Jay2U Not as bad as he lóòks Supporting Member

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    I took some time to set up my new G&L. I set action and intonation to my preferences. I gave the trussrod some attention as well. Working on the bass on those stands makes it a lot easier, as the bass can be set up in playing position.
     
  2. GKon

    GKon Supporting Member, Boom-Chicka-Boom Supporting Member

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    Congrats on the new bass.

    I really like the way you are using the stands to help setup.
     
  3. Dave Curran

    Dave Curran Lilduke

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    And I am shamelessly going to steal that idea! ;) thx
     
  4. quiltkitty

    quiltkitty

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    +1

    And congrats!
     
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  6. GKon

    GKon Supporting Member, Boom-Chicka-Boom Supporting Member

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    I didn't have the guts to say it out loud :ninja:
    I hoped it was implied in my statement :D
     
  7. Jay2U

    Jay2U Not as bad as he lóòks Supporting Member

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    You're all welcome to copy my way of working. That's why I share these ideas. ;)
     

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