#1
i bought a bass for $50. it was a 1 year old bass in decent condition that is new at $110. So im gunna repaint it and make it all nice but it is a short scale(smaller neck). Should i get a new neck or find another used bass for around $50 and sell this one?
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#3
i played a short scale for a while. i like the feel of them to be honest. 50 bucks doesnt get much nowadays, so why not play it till you find another good deal?
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Quote by gtosteve65
i bought a bass for $50. it was a 1 year old bass in decent condition that is new at $110. So im gunna repaint it and make it all nice but it is a short scale(smaller neck). Should i get a new neck or find another used bass for around $50 and sell this one?


Bear in mind that a regular sized neck will need the bridge placement changed, and as such the pickups will sound different as well.
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#5
It'll cost a hell-of-a-lot more than $50 to convert a short scale to a 'standard' scale.

If the scale length bothers you that much, you're better off selling the whole thing and buying a standard scale bass, outright.
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