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  1. Minnesota Flats

    Does your bass need a set up?

    To this guy, that seems t'mean something a bit different:
  2. Minnesota Flats

    Strings Pilot

    Flats are easier on frets as well as on fingers. I'm another fan of Chromes who doesn't slap or use a pick, but have never played a Pilot so am somewhat disqualified from offering an opinion in this specific case.
  3. Minnesota Flats

    B402 bass

    Remove the 13-year-old battery from the control cavity if the bass is just going to sit in storage. If it leaks, it will make a mess in there and possibly damage components. In all likelihood, it's dead anyway.
  4. Minnesota Flats

    "J-type" bass with a "Guild-ish" neck?

    Guitars, basses: the whole "Flying V" concept has never appealed to me in the least, Guild neck or not. The ergonomics look hideous.
  5. Minnesota Flats

    "J-type" bass with a "Guild-ish" neck?

    I was watching some of Scott Devine's YouTube bass videos when the narrow string spacing of this thing caught my eye. "J-type" basses generally have a 1.50" nut, but much more neck taper (width-wise) and wider string spacing at the bridge than, say, a Starfire. This neck looks much "Guildier"...
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    Starfire Bass case question

    Measured on the outside, with the lid closed, the NS (MIK) Starfire cases are 4-3/4" tall. With the lid open, the outside of case (minus lid) is 3-1/8" and the lid is about 1-5/8". Subtract the interior padding and thickness of the case top and bottom from those measurements and that's about...
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    Starfire Bass case question

    Beautiful bass you have there. Here are the Starfire bass dimensions (taken from Guild's website): Body Depth Upper Bout 1 3/4″ (44 mm) Body Depth Lower Bout 1 3/4″ (44 mm) Body Length 18 1/4″ (464 mm) Body Width Lower Bout 16 3/8″ (416 mm) Body Width Upper Bout 11 5/8″ (295 mm) Overall Guitar...
  8. Minnesota Flats

    flat wounds

    Chromes work for me.
  9. Minnesota Flats

    Larkin-Poe

  10. Minnesota Flats

    Larkin-Poe

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPZdSGoBYI0
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    Larkin-Poe

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    Jetstar bass video

    Yes, but as you doubtless already know, Muddy's band also played Guild T-Birds during that period, though I believe it was only him and the other guitar players, not the bass player. As a matter of fact, that PIC above is the only one I've ever seen of Muddy holding a Starfire.
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    Jetstar bass video

  14. Minnesota Flats

    Guild Newark M-85 Bass Question

    I'd love to see them re-pop the M-85-II also, but in sunburst or trans red finish (like the limited-edition, prohibitively-expensive-at-time-of-issue/now-almost-impossible-to-find GSR model). Sadly, that's probably very unlikely to happen. Especially now, given the current, economically...
  15. Minnesota Flats

    Starfire Bass siting...

    ...in, of all places, a Turtles video:
  16. Minnesota Flats

    Westerly SF-II loaded with Guild Buckers in the mix

    If anyone who hasn't heard one previously wants to:
  17. Minnesota Flats

    Where are NS Guilds made?

    This may have been covered previously, but in case it has not: https://samick.fandom.com/wiki/SPG_Musical_Instruments_Co.
  18. Minnesota Flats

    DeArmond Starfire II bass

    I recently got to test drive one of these for the first time and examine it close up. I have read some opinions that these come off pretty of cheesy compared to the (MIK) Newark Street Guilds, but didn't find this to be the case, at least based with this example. The Gold Tone pups aren't...
  19. Minnesota Flats

    Whut th'?

    Behold the Fender "Abuelo": http://picdeer.com/media/1967779848661184137_1520648921 Interesting...
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