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    I can see what you mean though.
    Part of the reason I modded my Squier Bronco headstock was so that it would fit in a case.
    Having done it, I realise there is isn't the money (or in fact any reason or need) for a case.

    cheers, Mark.

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    There is always the 'sawing the end off the case' solution and adding an extension.

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    Well it's got the enormous gigbag if I need to take it out of the house, bit it's case-less for the moment. Not a problem for the red bass that is unlikely to go out. Ironic that it's the blue bass that doesn't fit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Barden View Post
    There is always the 'sawing the end off the case' solution and adding an extension.
    I would actually consider that if I can find a cheap, used ES 335 case. One that is pre-ugly.Thi$ ca$e i$ too pretty for that treatment ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fender3x View Post
    I actually thought about modding the headstock to fit the case...
    Naaa, who would be silly enough to mod the guitar to fit the case... talk about backwards thinking...
    Obligatory build list...
    Build #1, failed solid body 6 string using neck from a scrapped acoustic (45+ odd years ago as a teenager!)
    Build #2, ugly parlour semi with scratch built body and ex Peavey neck
    Build #3, Appalachian Dulcimer from EMS kit
    Build #4, pre-owned PB ESB-4

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimC View Post
    Naaa, who would be silly enough to mod the guitar to fit the case... talk about backwards thinking...
    In general I try not to do dumb things. That does not keep dumb things from occurring to me. Bottom line is that I am not cutting either the bass or the case. In the words of the Irish philosopher, "I still haven't found what I'm looking for."

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