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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by jackajesusfreak, May 27, 2011.
Isn't this a Millennium +?
Peavey USA Made Millenium Bass with Gig Bag | eBay
Standard Millenium not a plus model.
How can you tell?
No Hipshot tuners... No birdseye board... No figured body top with translucent finish. Still a beautiful USA Millennium.
All plus models have a flamed maple top and Hipshot ultralight tuners.
Not a Plus, it's the Candy Apple Red (11), a standard color from the US Millennium catalog.
So the difference between this one and a plus is strictly cosmetic?
Jack, it's not exactly the same hardware as the Plus, compare the following:
Hardware (Standard Model)
•Reduced mass enclosed, "mini machine heads" •Quadrajust™ by
Hipshot™ milled aluminum bridge with steel saddles, string-thru-body
or top load •Adjustable string spacing •Black and Chrome finish on
Hardware (Plus Model)
•Hipshot™ ultra lightweight mini machine heads with Hipshot™ D-Tuner
on 4-string model •Quadrajust™ by Hipshot™ milled aluminum bridge
with steel saddles, string-thru-body or top load •Adjustable string spacing
•Straplocks™ •Black and Chrome finish on hardware.
Gotcha Stat! Just trying to learn. I bought Hawk's Mill Plus and as far as I'm concerned they are the Cirrus minus the gold!!
You'll find a Drop D tuner on the 4-string version of the Plus...
You are correct!!! Mine has one!!
If setup correctly a Millenium can get better action (than a cirrus).. cosemetics are the biggest difference between a std and plus mill --
The plus and the standard are the same except the flamed top and the tuners. I've owned two plusses and one standard and IMO the are interchangeable. Although it IS worth it, $600 is probably a bit higher than the going street price. I'd offer them $450 then bargain with them if they don't go for it.
About half way down THIS PAGE is my post showing my old Millennium plus and standard for comparison.
Yeah priced about $200 too high for sure, but they are shipping for free so $450 would be okay.