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Barefaced cabs fit the bill, superb.
That's the one, thanks for correcting me. For what it's worth, my understanding is that exposure to u.v. light will darken it in time.
I have the exact same instrument, very nice. The fretboard on mine also looked dry and pale, lemon oil did not change it. I think it is the type...
Cab, Barefaced, no competition.
Amps, solid state Markbass, valves Fender.
My '74 jazz was pretty mint when I bought it in 1975.[ATTACH]
My '74 jazz bass, used for recording and gigging for about 45 years, still gigged today.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
My late 70's fender studio bass combo is still using all the original factory fit preamp valves. Gigged about three times a week, studio work in...
That's a good point, first thing I thought of when I saw the bridge. Nice bass .
M.P.G. no idea, curb weight I would guess about 50kg, really heavy. Fender saw fit to fit just one strap handle on the top, the same one they used...
This one, fender studio bass. 180w all valve (6x6L6GC), Electrovoice EVM 15B.[ATTACH]
Poor quality control/stupidity on my part.
I've just realised that I have to quote a posting for it to appear in my reply, doh.
I'll get the hang...
Couldn't agree more.
I agree with everything you say.
I suppose I simplified my post to avoid having to type too much (really poor typing on my part !)