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    That year would have come with...

    That year would have come with Crunchlab/Liquifire pickups.
  2. Thread: My MM Basses

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    Nice, versatile lineup, and great colors! ...

    Nice, versatile lineup, and great colors! Welcome to the forums.
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    Hello and welcome to the forums! If you're...

    Hello and welcome to the forums!

    If you're asking about the guitar you're looking at *not* having a BFR inlay at the 12th fret, if it was produced from some time in 2013 on, it will not have the...
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    Thanks danny-79. Do you recall if the pickup...

    Thanks danny-79. Do you recall if the pickup covers were easy to pop off, or are they glued in place? I got all the steel wool I could off the exposed pole pieces, but can imagine that there may be...
  5. That is one of the most stunningly beautiful...

    That is one of the most stunningly beautiful finishes I've seen on a guitar!
  6. Question: I can say that the headstock shape is a good bit...

    I can say that the headstock shape is a good bit off, and it has John Petrucci's signature at the top (which should not be on an Axis, which is what this style would be known as now). EBMM has not...
  7. Very nice, hope you enjoy it! For a little...

    Very nice, hope you enjoy it! For a little perspective, I have a number of older Music Man JP models, bought used, and the only one needing any fretwork is a 2003 model that must have been played...
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    Hi dwindhausen. Lots of views on this post, but...

    Hi dwindhausen. Lots of views on this post, but no suggestions yet... maybe someone new will see this now and be able to offer a response!
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    Poll: Question: I've been using a .125... but I have light gauges...

    I've been using a .125... but I have light gauges all around!
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    Speaking from my perspective, as someone who has...

    Speaking from my perspective, as someone who has primarily played guitar but been around many bass players and different basses, when I went shopping for a bass last year I quickly gravitated toward...
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    Used Bongo 4HH - bridge pickup hum

    Hello all! I recently picked up a 2010 Bongo, which I am really digging.

    I've noticed a bit of a hum, static noise, coming from the bridge pickup only. I can sort of dial it out with the EQ,...
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    Off Topic: Same here... I am a bit behind as I haven't...

    Same here... I am a bit behind as I haven't bought the newest couple, but the trinity does sound worthwhile. I used the one with the shield for a while, and right now I've been reaching for his...
  13. Yes, because that is where the bass side of the...

    Yes, because that is where the bass side of the tremolo happens to line up opposite the spring cavity - all good and normal!

    Congrats on the new guitar... post more pictures!
  14. Sticky: G31841 please - thank you!

    G31841 please - thank you!
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    I would think that the threads in the wood would...

    I would think that the threads in the wood would strip before the metal plate cracked, if someone torqued the screws too tight - oh man!
  16. I have JP's (no Axis or EVH) in my stable, but I...

    I have JP's (no Axis or EVH) in my stable, but I have recently found myself using the tone knob to dial a bit of the harshness or "bite" out of my sound... obviously depending on the amp and signal...
  17. Thread: JP pickups...

    by ohbugger
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    Weren't the original ones sort-of custom, but...

    Weren't the original ones sort-of custom, but based on the Steve's Special and Air Norton?
  18. Sticky: Two "new to me" older JP's: G20295 & G29932 ...

    Two "new to me" older JP's: G20295 & G29932

    Thank you!
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    Beautiful... and I bet it plays great!

    Beautiful... and I bet it plays great!
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    Help: Many thanks for the insight and advice, Etudica!

    Many thanks for the insight and advice, Etudica!
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    Help: Thanks for posting this. I have a faulty saddle...

    Thanks for posting this. I have a faulty saddle on an older JP6 that I bought used, and have been debating asking to buy a replacement from MM and doing it myself.

    If there were no soldering...
  22. Cool man! And that is a nice guitar, especially...

    Cool man! And that is a nice guitar, especially for the $$.
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    Help: I take it the concern is with how the body of the...

    I take it the concern is with how the body of the guitar seems to stick out a little further than the bolted-on neck? Apart from aesthetics, that makes no difference and is nothing to worry about at...
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    Question: Just did this on a 2011 JP7 that I bought used...

    Just did this on a 2011 JP7 that I bought used last year. It happened to exhibit some sprout this Winter, even after I had used oil on the fretboard (none of my other Balls in that room had any...
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    "Holy thread resurrection, Batman!" The first...

    "Holy thread resurrection, Batman!"

    The first time I really paid attention to EBMM was when the John Petrucci model first came out, around the time I started getting more serious with playing...
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