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This is a great discussion. It goes to show that it's not "black & white"... meaning, expensive "good" inexpensive "bad".
I have 13 basses... some are high end that I've had for 30 years.
Recently, I've been buying $300 Squire VM's and changing everything on them....
Have you tried adjusting with a preamp or eq? The old Hartke Bass Attack is very versatile at shaping out some highs while keeping in the lows.
The finish looks cool but the decals are definitely added on. This is not "FENDER Factory ".
I bought a new Lake Placid blue one. Installed a badass bridge and Seymour Duncan Steve Harris signature pups. It's awesome. One of my favorite......
Just make sure the combo has plenty of watts and has an output for an extension cabinet. That gives you plenty of versatility.
I know your passion (or affliction). I keep building and adding to my rig. I could play arenas without hooking to a PA. It's all in my little...
FYI... in case you run into that again?
I've dealt with the same thing.i had to forward shim the neck then readjust everything. A lot of work, but...
I've done the opposite, jazz neck on P body.
(both MIM). Perfectly lined up with pickups, pocket was tight, bolt holes were perfect.
Great info. Thanks a ton.
I've been doing a lot of these. They do help but the numbness is the most aggravating.
Thanks bro. I appreciate the advice.
Thanks, my friend. I'll definitely give the heat a try. Working with my hands all my life has taken it's toll as well.
I've been collecting for 30 years and I have a problem with getting rid of anything. HOARDER????