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I have a Fender Precision Bass Guitar serial #503122. I'm curious about its age and value? It is in excellent condition.


this should be a 1960 bass and there was 18,000 of them made so it is not rare but the questions that must be asked to put it in the rare category is the bass 100% original = this means everything /pots /pickups /tuners /frets /finish and then the overall functioning of the parts EX. bent tuner that turns restricted causing tuning problems / pots that cut out / input jack that's screwed up / buzzing or severely worn frets /and or fret board wear /worn finish on the body/neck so you must go down the list of everything to come to the overall condition of your bass then you can grade it by it's condition and then see where the basses category is (PRISTINE) =never used still tags & case (fine) = slightly used tags & case (excellent)= used but no finish chips scratches everything original & working so you get the picture I am curious about this because most players know there basses very well so this tells me that you have acquired this bass recently or that it belonged to a family member? and was passed down to you post back with more info/pictures of the bass I'd like to see it Stephen

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What is wrong? my active bass whether i put a new battery in or not sounds passive no change whatsoever. quite a bit of the low end is severely missing. Schecter STARGAZER 5 bass.


That bass combines passive EMG pickups with an active preamp (which provides the bass and treble controls). Sounds like you are never getting the preamp to work, and if that is the case there could be numerous reasons...a dead battery...jack wiring that is broken (meaning the battery ground wire is not attached or is grounding out)...likely should see a tech, but that is a good sounding bass when working correctly.

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Try reversing the wires in your input jack. Please repost results. Thanks!

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I have a wharfedale s21174 and was jst wondering if i can change the base without the remote as i have lost it and the speakers make a slight buzzing sound even without any volume


only if there is a control for it on the back, you can try modifying the equalizer of the source device (mp3 player etc) to create more bass, sometimes they will have a pop or jazz settings which generates more bass, otherwise look for a replacement remote on google

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My tv went out the other day completely but when i turn it on there is no picture but there is a flash on the lamp light and temp.


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Lately, the sound/signal fades to nothing a few seconds after I begin using. I've changed batteries so thats not the issue. Dunno if its time to chuck it or now, about a year old.


The fact that signal fades is indicative of something with a time delay. The question is where the delay is. If your guitar has a preamp and this device due to wear or contamination on the plug breaks the battery connection within the guitar, the problem could be a worn jack in the guitar that MAY work with your normal cable but not this Amplug due to slight size differences. Other problems could be corrosion on the battery connections in the Amplug. Sometimes headphone cables go bad so try those in another audio source and make sure they are solid. Sometimes these thing have real weak switches and the intial actio of turning it on momentarily connects the batterry, charging the internal filter capacitors which then bleed off... so try working the switch and see if it pops back on..

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I've had this problem too multiple times. Usually when it happens, the battery dies soon after, and once I replace the battery, the buzzing goes away. If you are having the same problem as me, try putting a fresh battery in :)

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My bass guitar wont connect to my amp.


Assuming that the amplifier is functioning properly, I suspect that the problem is either in the cord, the plug socket on the bass, or the volume control potentiometer. First, I would try another cord that is known to be in good condition (ALWAYS plug the cord into the instrument FIRST). Second, carefully remove the cord receptacle plug from the bass and examine the solder joints (check for loose wires). Third, carefully remove the plate that holds the volume and tone pots. Examine these controls for loose wires or faulty solder joints. CAUTION: If solder joints are found to be the culprit, care must be taken to correct this problem. If too much heat enters the pot, it can be ruined!

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My Fender Bassman 100 amp keeps buzzing.


Part of the power supply is a filtering stage that completes the conversion from AC current to DC. The "cap" is a capacitor that furnishes voltage to help smooth the alternating current that is left from the rectifier stage. These will start to fail over time. While it is a relatively simple repair for anyone that does this for a living, I would not suggest this as your first repair. Expect a parts cost inthe $20 range plus the local labor rate for the entire repair.

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Sounds like a bad filter cap in the power supply.when you change dimmer switch the buzz changes slightly because of a different power sraw on the power supply. If you are not versed in electronic repair. Get an Estimate. Or if unit is old get yourself a new one. Good Luck

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