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|Comment||Hi DR. Kev, thanks for your take on my question, after going over about 100 images of a 76 P-Bass, everyone that had various angle pics all showed a serial number on the top of the neck plate, also, front & back of headstock. Not a one didn't have a serial number showing. Other 76 p-bass that I came across were also $400-$800 more than the $1200 that I looked at. I agree with you, somethings not quite right, even Fender replacement necks are given a serial number. I am going to run away from this one. I have come across good deals at the pawn shops, I just got a Peavey Millenium Bass w/gig bag for $120 E.Cond. that is still offered at major guitar shops for $349. that saved me $229. Thanks again, I enjoyed our email conversation. Sincerely, Mikael Wilt|
Guitars and cats make life so much better. Playing the guitar is a wonderful thing, fixing you guitar is not that hard. I have played since I was a kid and started to fix guitars and the other things that needed repair. I still repair guitars for friends and myself and do enjoy it. I rebuild old guitars to their former condition, all amps and music gear. That the mystery out of where and when a guitar was made. The value of it and the difference between junk and a guitar you can grow old with. Ask me things and have some fun.
The fascination with electric guitars is the top for me. I fix amps, wiring and put the things that fall off back on. The way to really set a guitar up and make it a player. Buying a guitar is an art, and good amps that will get out that tone we all look for, Zen guitar and amplifier is a way to approach it. Better is no worry ask an expert.
Library of congress, five patients. I write on several guitar forums and many essays on guitar health.
PhD, MS, BA and a BS all from CMU. I have a BA from Mercyhurst College.