#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?oo yea if u want to know what it is its a sx ursla-or somthing like that
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#2
if you get a new neck your probably gonna have to move the bridge to get it to intonate if i were you id just enjoy the loosy goosy goodness
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#3
changing the neck will help, and intonating is not that hard a job, i say change that neck
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#4
Quote by Sparky-MMA
changing the neck will help, and intonating is not that hard a job, i say change that neck



its not just the intonation, the bridge might have to be adjusted to compensate for the different scale length for it to be possible to intonate it.
#5
Quote by mysterion2112
its not just the intonation, the bridge might have to be adjusted to compensate for the different scale length for it to be possible to intonate it.

^This^
If you get a 34" scale neck, then the intonation will probably have to be moved centimeters, not millimeters.
#6
Short scale basses are awesome.....everyone gets GAS for one at some point...


+chicks dig them too!
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#7
wouldnt the chicks dig a longer neck
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