#1
my friend wants to sell me a squier bass for 40 quid and i really want a fretless bass

so, would it work if i took out all the frets with a knife?
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Must if they break for me, better sounds come from the way you play more-so than the strings.

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>hen I said 'must', i meant just.

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I think we've realised I can't type by now...
#4
diddo^^^
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#6
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what the hell is a quid???

sorry im american


a quid is £1 sterling

40 quid = £40 = $80 ish

i got nothing more of use to add to this thread as everything of importance has already been said
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I think after this relentless adding for the last 10 mins, that Dan is the coolest looking. Goddamn welsh people and my great etc etc etc etc etc granddad is welsh.
#8
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Quid has various meanings:

* A pound sterling (£, in British slang, possibly derived from the Royal mint at Quidhampton, Wiltshire, England, but more likely from the Latin phrase 'Quid pro quo' (This for that) meaning an exchange of goods.


#10
There's a place called Quidhampton? Damn... Beats the crap out of Northampton.
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