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    Yeah, I have some of those. They make the basses...

    Yeah, I have some of those. They make the basses look better.
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    Question: Can you post a picture of the issue with the...

    Can you post a picture of the issue with the bridge you are talking about? Are the Saddles out of line? Or the bridge studs?

    Also can you post a picture of the "dimple" in the used Dargie? Again...
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    I have mine floating, but only a little bit, so I...

    I have mine floating, but only a little bit, so I can get a real vibrato with it. I don't do lots of up pulls or other whammy things, so I don't need it floating any higher than that. I think I get a...
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    Question: Excuse me, but that guitar is around 10 years...

    Excuse me, but that guitar is around 10 years old, and you have no idea what it has been through, or what has been done to it. If reinstalled improperly, it is very possible to have a gap between the...
  5. I would think it's definitely Flitz. Never heard...

    I would think it's definitely Flitz. Never heard of Flatz.

    Naptha would work, but the fumes and fire hazard make it a bit less than ideal.
  6. I would definitely recommend washing your hands...

    I would definitely recommend washing your hands before playing, every time. Windex on a microfiber towel should work. The polymerized finishes are pretty much impervious to most solvents and...
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    The back cover on my Luke III is definitely metal.

    The back cover on my Luke III is definitely metal.
  8. Question: Inset cavity covers are nice, but it can be hard...

    Inset cavity covers are nice, but it can be hard to control the paint thickness, which makes fitting hard. Also, if you aren't careful removing them, you can sometimes scratch the paint. With the...
  9. Question: I've only seen it on custom or personal builds....

    I've only seen it on custom or personal builds. They are glued into small holes in the body, and magnetic stainless steel can be inlaid into the pickguard or tremolo cover.
  10. Question: Listed weight: 15 lbs. Big ol' slab of wood! ...

    Listed weight: 15 lbs. Big ol' slab of wood!

    Just checked one of those online inflation calculators: $595 in 1976 → $2,682.95 in 2019. That's a bit above a Stingray 4 Classic current street price....
  11. Oh... wow. I was kinda "meh" on the Armada, BUT...

    Oh... wow. I was kinda "meh" on the Armada, BUT NOT THIS ONE. Holy heck that is beautiful. DIABLO blue. Yes, people can't read.
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    I guess this might explain why the LIII has the...

    I guess this might explain why the LIII has the volume compensation in some positions. They may not have been able to do that with the EMG electronics.
  13. Help: You don't need to remove the bridge plate. Just...

    You don't need to remove the bridge plate. Just push the string through the holes in the back of the guitar, which are over the holes in the tremolo block. The string will come out the hole in the...
  14. How clean is the power in your area? I would...

    How clean is the power in your area? I would think the electronics in the Majesty may be more sensitive to power fluctuations and grounding issues than most normal guitars. Have you reset the...
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    Just remember that the sound is more than just...

    Just remember that the sound is more than just the bass. It's also the strings they use, their playing technique, how they have the EQ set, and the recording setup they are using.

    You can greatly...
  16. Question: That definitely is an interesting video. I see...

    That definitely is an interesting video. I see where someone is holding up an ash body blank, with some mahogany inserted, and he mentions it could be for a bass. Which basses actually use that kind...
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    If it ain't broke, don't fix it. That's usually...

    If it ain't broke, don't fix it. That's usually how I look at guitar pickups and electronics. If I am getting what I want from the guitar, I'm not going to mess with that. Personally I think that the...
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    I've seen lots of great demos of both the...

    I've seen lots of great demos of both the Sterling and Sterling classic, but I can't really find any good "head to head" comparisons. Basically, same setup, different bass.

    I don't really consider...
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    Yes, they were made, but not anymore. Aside from...

    Yes, they were made, but not anymore. Aside from the 2 band EQ, they are little different from a current issue Sterling. Probably explains part of why they are no longer available.

    If you want...
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    Question: Quite a number of brands do not have any specific...

    Quite a number of brands do not have any specific timeline or "method" for their serial numbers. Especially import guitars, the serial numbers may or may not have any relation to the guitar and when...
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    Are you referring to the Stingray Classic, or to...

    Are you referring to the Stingray Classic, or to the Sterling bass? There is no "Sterling Classic" model.
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    The LIII preamp doesn't really change the sound....

    The LIII preamp doesn't really change the sound. It mainly compensates for the volume loss in some pickup selector positions, and gives you the boost.
  23. From the pictures I can see, the body really does...

    From the pictures I can see, the body really does look like a standard sterling shape, but they may have increased the forearm contour a little, or just tweaked it. Maybe the neck profile is...
  24. That means that the body contours were changed...

    That means that the body contours were changed per his specs for maximum comfort while playing in the style that he does.
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    You would need to rewire the entire guitar pretty...

    You would need to rewire the entire guitar pretty much. The electronics handle the switching, the mixing, the piezo, everything. I don't think the switches used on the majesty would work with a...
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