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    a cutlass II.. not something you see too often!

    1983 Musicman Cutlass 2 II Bass Guitar Sabre Graphite Neck Music Man SUPER CLEAN | eBay

    id love to have this rare beauty, but ill have to settle for drooling instead

    MrM
    flats for the bongo!
    roundwounds for the fretless!

    eb customer support:
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    trussrod adjustment:
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    less relief / flatter = lower action
    more relief / bow = higher action
    do NOT use cheap tools to adjust with. they break and scrape up your bass!

    if you have a 100th namm sr4: the truss works the other way around on those!

    i have no affiliation with eb other than i love their basses

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    nice one, too bad about the pricing
    1977 stingray II guitar--walnut------------maple fb
    1994 stingray 4H---------natural------------rosewood fb
    1998 sterling 4H----------trans red---------birdseye maple/rw
    2006 Jp6---------------------mystic dream--birdseye maple/rw
    2010 Classic sr4----------coral red---------birdseye maple
    2013 Luke III HSS--------olive gold--------rosewood neck
    2014 stingray 4 HH-----neptune blue---flamed maple
    2014 Luke III HSS--------bodhi blue-------birdseye maple/rw

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    vintage and rare.. to me the price isnt that bad

    heck, the 20th sr5 cost around 4000$ here in norway when it came out

    MrM
    flats for the bongo!
    roundwounds for the fretless!

    eb customer support:
    E-mail: musicman_customerservice@ernieball.com
    Telephone: +1 866-823-2255

    trussrod adjustment:
    Click here for an image!
    less relief / flatter = lower action
    more relief / bow = higher action
    do NOT use cheap tools to adjust with. they break and scrape up your bass!

    if you have a 100th namm sr4: the truss works the other way around on those!

    i have no affiliation with eb other than i love their basses

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanderhermans View Post
    nice one, too bad about the pricing
    +1.

    My "Cutlass HH" didn't cost halfa that. It's
    a Moses Graphite neck on a SR4HH. And I
    wouldn't swap swap it for that white ax on
    3bay, since composite FBs are a b1tch to
    de-fret, but my Moses neck never had any
    frets in the 1st place ;-)

    Acoarst mine is neither vintage nor rare,
    unlike it's current owner ... OTOH maybe
    it IS rare. But "rare" doesn't mean much
    when all the components are currently in
    production, and anybody that can twirl a
    screw driver can assemble their own. But,
    since so few bother to do so, it IS rare !

    Rare, but not lonely. It has as companion
    an EBMM/Moses FL Sterling HS4. My pair
    combined cost several hunnert sheckels
    less than the Cutlass II on 3bay :-) I can
    go play mine anywhere without hiring a
    security escort.

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    Last edited by Golem; 04-02-2015 at 04:37 PM.
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