#1
A few days ago i posted about an intonation problem and have taken all these peoples advise and is now currently at a music shop being sorted out. Slight problem, it's going to be gone for almost 2 weeks so 2 weeks without a 6 string and a gig this saturday. So now i ask was it worth losing a bass for 2 weeks because of a C string that went out of tune past 12th fret?
#2
do you play much past the 12th fret at gigs?
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#3
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do you play much past the 12th fret at gigs?


Just now and then for little fills and tapping.
#5
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Well according to your sig you have two other basses.
Unless the sixth is important?



Yeah, the 6 was my main one. It's been a while since i played my 4 or 5 normally so its going to be weird getting used to them before saturday
#6
Well, the 5-string should be easier to adapt to then the 4-string assuming your string spacing on your 6-string and 5-string are more similar than that of the 4-string.
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#7
Only advice i can give is play as often as you can until then on whichever bass you choose to get used to the feel of it.
#8
Bust out the Aria, man.

And you're right, it should be back to you by now.
Nope, no sig here.
#9
my suggestion would be wait till after the gig to repair it, and find other ways to make your fills
#10
Does it really matter if it was worth it? The situation is what it is. Play your other basses to prep for the gig.
#11
wow. two weeks. a full bass setup never takes me more than a couple days. Including the truss rod. If it weren't for the truss rod it would only be a couple hours.
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#13
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I doubt that ANYONE would be able to tell the difference when you play live. Folks don't even notice a half-step error in tuning...



its all back and stuff now, i know not many people could hear it live, but i noticed it and it kept on bugging me when doing runs high on the neck.