#1
There is a hairline crack near one of the machine heads of my bass, i talked to the guy at the local music shop about it, He said it would cost cost around $60 bucks (Australian) to get fixed. The crack doesn't affect its performance what so ever. Is it worth getting fixed?
#3
If its a bass you cant live without. I don't know if your in and danger, but it would bug the hell out of me. Maybe do some research on wood furniture repair and do it yourself. I used to work at an antique shop, and what some of those customers could repair and restore was amazing.
#4
I'd get 60 in probably a month or so, I'm only 14 so i don't exactly have a job.
#5
It's where the pee comes out from boy.


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I really wouldn't worry about it much if it's only hairline. If it still performs good, then great. If you're careful with it, it should be ok. Hell, a bass should have character.

I completely agree. I have a very old Squier. The paint is scratched up in places and there are some minor dents but there's nothing that effects the playability.

I love a worn out bass.
#10
Is the crack in the finish or the actual wood? If it's the wood I would definitly get it fixed before it becomes a serious problem. If it's just in the finish I wouldn't worry about it.
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Is the crack in the finish or the actual wood? If it's the wood I would definitly get it fixed before it becomes a serious problem. If it's just in the finish I wouldn't worry about it.


Well i'm not too sure, all i know is that the machine head is stopping it from becoming longer.