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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by capnjim, Feb 5, 2016.
What should I do???? I guess all the vintage value it gone. Too bad, it was mint!!!
The only thing MINT about that one might be the flavor of the glue on those stickers, lol...
I take offense to that remark! This is a one owner closet classic that plays like butter.
Only played once a year on Bastille day since Leo Fender personally hand made it in 1947!
Dunno man, she might have helped it
Goo Gone. Carefully and Slowly.
Check it doesn't react with finish first.
Give her a hug and say thank you.
Leave it and rock it. When she's 25 and moved on you'll still have that moment of her childhood to appreciate every day.
Looks good! HA. yeah I would leave it. There are more important things in life than resale value. And musicmasters arent worth much.
I'm not judging you as a father at all and sometimes there's no rhyme or reason for what kids do, but when I read the thread title alone, I thought it was her way of saying, "play with me, not the bass".
Already done! I think its awesome.
She did ask first if there was a guitar she could put stickers on.
We had a very nice night together, and she was looking for something special to decorate.
The Musicmaster gladly offered up its body.
Clearly my initial thought was wrong. Sounds like your a pretty good father.
Leave it. You'll appreciate it and so will she down the road.
Her punishment should be learning to play bass.
I caught my 9 year old daughter playing my Thumb in her room.
Nah. She just gave it some Lil Urchin 'Mojo'.
Happy early Fathers Day!
You should probably trademark that sticker job before Fender catches wind of it and starts putting out their own line of Custom Sticker Fender basses.
My 13 yo tried to heist my brand new Fender P to take it to school for Jazz band
My 2 basses and guitar are full of dora stickers. Looks pretty tough when i jam with the boys