#1
Yeah. I can still remember the day I bought my Washburn XB125, it was bright like any other high-end bass.
After to years of use, I sent it to get the output jack replaced. When I got it back, it lost all of its tone; the B and E strings just flail violently back and forth with an ungodly tone, the high end of the spectrum has no brightness.
I changed the strings several times already and experimented with different pickup heights and battery brands but nothing helps. Any ideas on what's wrong?
#2
Hmm... I dont know... Maybe its because its a Washburn? Nah, Im just kidding. I only say that because I dont like Washburn. In all acuality I dont know.
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#3
look at what changed before it worked to when it didnt work.

i also have a XB125, i love it, then i got a XB925. anyways, check the solders on the output jack. theres a chance the guy forgot to solder something too. id check everything
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#4
I wouldn't classify a Washburn XB125 as a high-end bass.

Do what tubadude said. Check the soldering in the input jack.
#5
i wouldnt call it a high end bass either, but its a great 5 string bass for under 500 bucks. better than the other 5 strings ive seen in its class.

the 925 makes it look like a POS.
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Quote by steven seagull
You don't argue with tubadude on Washburn-related matters, he flosses with the G string from a set of 0.12's y'know....and it's WOUND!