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Show your scars! How are you CV Basses aging?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by 5string5fingers, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. 5string5fingers

    5string5fingers Supporting Member

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    Been a good Hwile since I have been on here so I figured I start off when a fun thread.

    Show us how you Classic Vibe squiers are holding up. How have nicks and dings developed over the bass and grow into character, and into YOUR bass?

    I'll kick it off with some pictures of mine. Nothing major. I try to take care of my instruments but over 4 years now things just happen, but I don't mind.

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  2. 5string5fingers

    5string5fingers Supporting Member

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    dang nothing? oh well
  3. bigscore1000

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    Looks the same as when i purchased her over a year ago....

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