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Discussion in 'News & PR' started by TalkBass, Jul 5, 2018.
Sterling neck dimensions?
can you explain how roasting the neck makes it lighter?
Two words - moisture. gone.
Not bass specific, but check out this video -
Here’s a good article too:
All about… Torrefaction
I am SOLD!
I want one..
Yeah, I need one.
Small, trivial detail, but I took the plastic off the pick guard today, got the socket wrench and Allen wrench out so I can pull the little bits that always get stuck under the washers. Except, nothing was stuck. It just came off cleanly because they cut around the pots. Every manufacturer should do this.
And it still sounds great.
I love my SR5's but have yet to meet a Stingray from ANY era that needed "more output". If you are the recording engineer Stingrays can present a challenge once in a while.
Hey, didn't George Blanda say that in 1989 about the new Precision Bass Plus in 1989?
So I played both an H and an HH today. The H was really nice. The HH was amazing. Easily the best made instrument I have ever played in my life. No joke.
I want aqua sparkle, but with the maple board. Wish they would offer FB or hardware color as an option, but I'm sure that won't happen. But still, these are really nice looking.
They do offer it as an option - to Tim Commerford. So, all you have to do is....
Definitely worth the extra $100 eh?
Any neck dive on the HH?
I would not argue against that statement. I feel these easily hang with $3-4K instruments.
Zero on the 5 string H at least.
Savin' the pennies...half way there! Got to be black; works for all situations.
EB gonna sell a lot more Slinky nickel strings, with those stainless steel frets eating them up. No?....
What's your take on the SR 5,30th anniv. model ?