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ESP LTD Sparrowhawk Bill Kelliher Signature Electric Guitar - £899 @ Andertons
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Posted 8th SepPosted 8th Sep
Also available in black: ESP LTD Sparrowhawk Bill Kelliher Signature Electric Guitar in Black LTD Sparrowhawk is built around a thick Mahogany body that yields deep and focused… Read more
FrankButchery

Love these sparrowhawks, but even at this sale price it seems too pricey. Had a LTD Eclipse a while back, resale value was terrible so only buy one if you deffo gonna keep!

ScroopEgerton

That is lovely. Hot for the sexy colour.

tobiasbatt

Ouch! I’d be scared to own a guitar that was that expensive :)

theukcrazyhorse

Nice guitar (y) I think I prefer Bills other signature model though, but I'd have to sell a kidney to afford one! https://www.andertons.co.uk/guitar-dept/electric-guitars/modern-body-guitars/esp-custom-shop-signature-bill-kelliher-eclipse-military-green-sunburst-satin

Teisco Boost Pedal £75.99 delivered at Andertons.co.uk
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Posted 31st AugPosted 31st Aug
The Teisco Boost gives your guitar tone a kick in the most classic sense. FET circuitry offers responsive clipping, perfect for adding colour to your sound that’ll work dynamically… Read more
SgtPepper

Haha, I only clicked to write this, but you beat me too it!

Cabronita

When it comes to boost, every little helps.

fedex1401

Yes it gets your shopping done quicker for you (y)

SirazBhai

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol)

tobiasbatt

I thought that I’d spelt it incorrectly due to autocorrect (lol)

DigiTech SDRUM Drum Machine Guitar Pedal - £99 Delivered @ Andertons
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Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
The SDrum looks pretty awesome and is currently the cheapest I've ever seen it. Even on the used market they are more than this. It will likely be a bit of a steep learning curve b… Read more
Alandure

I don’t like the product. Not everyone’s cup of tea. But still a decent discount - wish it was cheaper. Heat added.

MaskedAvenger

I've had one of these for some time. The "tap the guitar strings" is a gimmick which doesn't really work, but this is a great pedal if you are the right user for it. For me it's absolutely brilliant - I can have a very passable verse/chorus beat just from starting with a kick and snare, and a very "human" sounding beat because it adds fills and so on. I have not encountered another "drum machine" style tool that does this in such a convenient way, and certainly not programming drums in a DAW - which is not a process I want to follow if I'm working on a song idea and want to hear how it sounds with a half-decent beat. It takes you away from what you're doing if you're writing something on guitar or bass. With this you can have a beat in literally seconds, and then tap the footswitch for an auto-generated chorus beat (tends to be "harder/more crash/etc.). It also has a surprising amount of options for tweaking the beat. I've found there's a bit of a learning curve once you want to get more advanced with it. Sound quality is good if you use stereo out to decent speakers (avoid the mono out to a guitar amp). As a tool to assist with song writing/jamming, I can't recommend this highly enough.

dobo

It seems pretty cool but I'd recommend an audio interface and an Ableton trial over this.

Deluxe

I have one of these. I haven’t parted with it because I really like the concept and I want to master it, but if I’m honest, it’s a bit pap. You have much more success tapping out a beat with those two big lit up buttons than banging guitar strings.

ESP LTD MH-400NTM NS Standard Series Electric Guitar With Seymour Duncan Pickups - £499 Delivered @ Andertons
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Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
Excellent specs for under £500. It's a 24 Jumbo fretted model with Seymour Duncan pickups slapped in there for good measure. In the neck position is the Jazz and a custom-5 at the … Read more
Mwoit

Looks great.

Matt_Saunders

That is a very nice guitar. But has looks only a mother could love.

edgeone

A lot of guitar for the money. Not my cup of tea but great spec and quality.

repouk

Not the prettiest but not the ugliest. Look on the bright side, all you need is a can of Pledge and a duster to keep it shiny :D

Kenny_Stewart

“beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, for me this is definitely exquisite looking, friend has bought one and it feels sleek and I like the tones. Everyone to their own as I say but I like it and have just bought one.

BOSS ME-80 Multi Guitar FX Processor £199 @ Andertons
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Posted 29th JulPosted 29th Jul
I've been looking for a while for a decent entry level multi effects pedal that had both looper and an expression pedal, and at the same time didn't break the bank. I had my eye o… Read more
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jimithesaintkl

I just swapped my Boss Katana 50 mk1 with a Vox Valvetronix 100x hybrid!

phatbhoy

No i had 1x12 cab so I'm using that.

repouk

Are you just using the internal speakers? If so, do they compare well with the 50w's 12 inch? I have a 50w Mk I but I'm starting to feel the lack of an effects loop.

mecagoenmivida

Pleasure is mine fellow shredders

Nathan

Thanks for sharing @mecagoenmivida :D

Line 6 Relay G50 Digital Wireless Guitar System - £219 Delivered @ Andertons
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Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Line 6 Relay G50 Digital Wireless Guitar System - £219 Delivered @ Andertons£219£26919% Free P&P Free
Another Line 6 relay system, this one is the G50 and is NOT compatible with Active pickups. Best price that I've seen it so far, with the current next best at £269 in a couple of p… Read more
rev6

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Schecter Stiletto Stage-4 Bass Guitar - Active EQ / Diamond SuperRock MM Pickups / Tusq Nut / Grover Tuners - £549 Delivered @ Andertons
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Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
Schecter Stiletto Stage-4 Bass Guitar - Active EQ / Diamond SuperRock MM Pickups / Tusq Nut / Grover Tuners - £549 Delivered @ Andertons£549£76929% Free P&P Free
Beastly bit of kit here! I'm not seeing anyone else offering discount so a £220 reduction from the RRP is a big chunk off. Others may follow later down the line, but you can never … Read more
Ken

Can't help it! I see a guitar / bass deal and I post. It's instinct :D

Ken

Or is it one big one with half a neck missing and a small one? ;)

Arutha

Do you get a small one and a big one like in the photo?

alweekes

Ken, you've got to stop tempting me like this :)

Schecter Electric Guitars - Demon-6 Thru Body £329 / Floyd Rose Special Version £369 - Active Pickups / Orange or Gray - @ Andertons
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Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Schecter Electric Guitars - Demon-6 Thru Body £329 / Floyd Rose Special Version £369 - Active Pickups / Orange or Gray - @ Andertons£329£41521%
That orange certainly grabs your attention :D Both models here are well kitted out for the money. They carry the Schecter HB-105S active pickup sets and have 24 Jumbo frets. It … Read more
fatabelly

HEAT! Schecter are absolutely fantastic Guitars! They have top quality parts and have excellent well crafted finishes too...All at a much lower cost compared to some other "Top Brand" Guitars. I have a Diamond Series C FR SLS and it's the best guitar I've ever bought.

MightyBadger

These play amazing! Great find ken!

Mrepg

Never playedone but looks the part.

ESP LTD MH-400NTM NS Standard Series Electric Guitar In Natural / Seymour Duncan Pickups - £499 Delivered @ Andertons
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
ESP LTD MH-400NTM NS Standard Series Electric Guitar In Natural / Seymour Duncan Pickups - £499 Delivered @ Andertons£499£69929% Free P&P Free
Sometimes, just sometimes... I love the natural look over a highly polished finish. Can't argue on specs, decent SD pickups, XJ frets for those that prefer them. As we've had a few… Read more
Ken

Just seen this :) Thanks, it means a lot to hear it. I spend a lot of time trying to hunt out something for everyone. It can be tricky at times with left handed deals being rather rare vs the right handed models. 7/8 string models being a little more niche for most, especially when you start going into fanned fretted instuments. It's fun though and as long as people like the deals, I'll keep at it (y)

phatbhoy

Nice. Very nice.

mickg74

Ken you post some great stuff on here mate. Thanks, it is appreciated!

Ken

Yeah the RRP is up there, yeah. The price I added next to the deal price is the next best, which if memory serves me right was DV247 :)

thr0tt

Its fine they are stored safely on the internets and backup copy with Easyjet servers.

POD HD PRO X Guitar Multi-Effects Processor and Studio Interface - £399 Delivered @ Andertons
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POD HD PRO X Guitar Multi-Effects Processor and Studio Interface - £399 Delivered @ Andertons£399£55929% Free P&P Free
All time low on HD Pro X? Certainly much cheaper than anywhere else right now. Perhaps a little niche here, as I suspect a lot of you don't require something like this for a rack. … Read more
steversred5

I believe this has been discontinued now and Andertons bought up the last 20 or so. Still a nice bit of kit but, technology has moved on quite a bit with the likes of the Helix and Kemper. However, they are around 2 or 3 times the price.

RO4CHY

Looks interesting. (y)

PRS SE Custom 24 Limited Edition Sandblasted Electric Guitars From £549 - £599 Delivered @ Andertons
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
PRS SE Custom 24 Limited Edition Sandblasted Electric Guitars From £549 - £599 Delivered @ Andertons£549£69921% Free P&P Free
I really, really like the look of these, they're really something different and you don't often see this style of finish. Not everyone will like them, the green and yellow options … Read more
shopkeeper

I love PRS guitars but the finish on these are horrendous

dgwl

Yeah, that sounds like a good idea - one of the chub screw is missing from the bridge, haven't been able to find out the exact dimensions of the screw to replace cheaply (been too lazy to get a ruler out (:I ). This led me to ponder about rehashing the bridge but i didn't even think about the heads. (The masking tape is there cos where I position my strumming hand, i often accidentally lower the volume knob (annoyed) ) I noticed that the newer models are manufactured in China instead of Mexico and/or Japan but still plays fine. Also got a CruzTOOLS GTSH1 Compact Groove Tech Kit coming in the post because I played around with the intonation/action but didn't have the tools to restring properly so still on store's 2nd hand strings. Will have a check about the heads you mentioned. I was looking a new pickups and guitars before this thread so don't worry about leading me into the abyss (y) I don't have a tremolo bar neither, not that i really use one (just use palm or bend strings): another reason I was looking at Telecasters. Also was looking at implementing a Floyd Rose Tremolo System lol.

IHateCaptchaCodes

I'd maybe try a new set of tuners on the Ibanez too... I mean it won't ever be as stable as a Floyd-rose & locking nut combo, but I've noticed that seems to be one of the things Ibanez cut back on to save costs in instruments. I have an RG-4?? (not certain on model) I keep for when I fancy a bit of metal/drop playing. It doesn't have a trem so I'm not bending enough to knock out the tuning quickly, but it does go off easily. Maybe a Gotoh set (or in fact Wilkinson ones which are probably even cheaper) might make a small, but worthwhile upgrade for it too. (I'm also wary of leading you into the black hole of gear buying!)

dgwl

@IHateCaptchaCodes Thanks for the reply and effort, much appreciated. TL:DR making a step up in twang/solo/clean tones from the more girthy and rough ibanez SA160FM and blackstar id core 10 V2 amp. Too many options but leaning towards the two fore-mentioned guitars. --- To give a bit of background if I may, I had several guitars including a hand-me-down tokai strat before saving up pocket money to get a fender strat Mex in 1998. After playing and giving up several times over the years I finally sold it on in 2016 and regretted it since.. Luckily before this lockdown, I had a strong urge one day in early 2020 to just go down to PMT, get a 2nd hand electric guitar and haven't looked back since! --- What I've noticed is my rhythm/timing and solo play has improved with the 4 years break and been able to finally nail several songs I never used to be able to... Also I have more patience these days! Probably en/forced upon me. The current guitar is a Ibanez SA160FM-tgb just played through a blackstar id core 10 V2 I wanted to get another guitar for my tonal/clean play and find sometimes on the ibanez it's too rich/deep/rocky for many songs. Maybe keep the Ibanez in drop-D or drop-C alongside new guitar. Also the Ibanez goes out of tune rather quickly on bends/in general and I keep making dead notes/fat fingering other strings when solo play. My music inspirations draws from: Radiohead, Led Zeppelin, 60s-80s rock/metal, Grunge, SoAD, Deftones, Skid Row (Bach), Ozzy, Metallica, Smashing Pumpkins, Alice in chains etc. Five songs I've been trying to nail down lately are: Led zep "stairway to heaven;" Ozzy "bark at the moon" (failing miserably but persevering); Sting "Shape of my heart"; Skid Row "Quicksand Jesus" and Metallica "Nothing else matters." All of which annoys me to no end when I accidentally fat finger another string. If you read all that: fair play and tight strings.

yomanation

Woops, I reformatted my text and messed it up, my bad, haha. Fixed.

ESP Electric Guitar Sale - Examples: ESP LTD SN-1000W - £599 / ESP LTD VIPER 7 £499 / ESP LTD EC-256FM £339 Delivered @ Andertons
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
ESP Electric Guitar Sale - Examples: ESP LTD SN-1000W - £599 / ESP LTD VIPER 7 £499 / ESP LTD EC-256FM £339 Delivered @ Andertons£599£88833% Free P&P Free
Evening all, you might have noticed me posting a few guitars here and there :D Recently I picked out a few ESP models and posted them as prices are incredibly good. So I have dec… Read more
Hellshound

Alot of guitar for the money

shopkeeper

Great looking guitars! Apart from the fugally looking Lemon Drop & that 7 string is an abomination.

lageryron

Gibson and Fender won't depreciate as quick as these ,you know if you like to have a change now and again .

Ken

Hi, although Gibson and Fender make some very nice instruments, they aren't necessarily the best for all. If that were the case, every guitarist would have one or the other (or both) However, they are classics and I'd imagine most beginners would want to own them. As you experiment with different guitars and styles you quickly realise there's much more to picking an instrument than a brand name and it's heritage. For instance, your play style, preferred neck shape / width, sound, weight, features, finish, bridge options, pickups etc... These are just some of the things that come to mind. I have a few guitars and they all play incredibly differently. You might be able to technically play the same thing on all of them, but the sound and feel is so much different. My ibanez has jumbo frets and a very fast slim neck. I can whip around the fretboard much faster on that when comparing to my PRS. However the PRS has a warmer tone, deeper neck and a fuller sound. I use it for rhythm and not so fast lead. I'll switch out for my Ibanez if I want to go wild on that front. Bottom line would be that because a brand name is well thought of and has a very good history, it doesn't mean you'll feel comfortable with it over another make. You'll often pay a rather large premium for those brands too. In some cases it's warranted, but for most they are probably not worth it. Both Gibson and Fender have cheaper alternatives with the Epiphone and Squire ranges. The latest Epiphones are great value for money when we see promos especially, whereas their Gibson counterparts are well over triple when it comes to pricing. Best thing for you to do would be to go try some guitars out once we're out of lockdown. You'll see what I mean :) I could go on but my fingers hurt and I am fairly sure you're asleep :D

goldfishtrad

So pardon my ignorance and this really is an honest question - why would I buy this as opposed to Gibson or Fender? Not looking for flack here but can you advise?

ESP LTD TE-401FM DBSBS Electric Guitar In Dark Brown Sunburst - EMG Pickups / Grover Tuners £499 Delivered @ Andertons
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ESP LTD TE-401FM DBSBS Electric Guitar In Dark Brown Sunburst - EMG Pickups / Grover Tuners £499 Delivered @ Andertons£499£73732% Free P&P Free
A total beauty with that flamed maple top! Colour wise it's not something i'd usually be up for, but the overall finish is really quite beautiful. A nice set of EMG pickups in ther… Read more
shopkeeper

Thats one deformed looking guitar

churchreg

That's a beaut

Curlyman83

Looks more like tiger stripe than dark sunburst. Beautiful guitar however

Ken

Yep! Looks a lot like the Gazerapart by Fander

PeacePipe

After casting my gaze on this I can hardy tell it apart from another model of guitar. ;)

ESP LTD M-1000 Multi-Scale / Fanned Fret Electric Guitar In Natural Satin With Seymour Duncan Pickups - £699 Delivered @ Andertons
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ESP LTD M-1000 Multi-Scale / Fanned Fret Electric Guitar In Natural Satin With Seymour Duncan Pickups - £699 Delivered @ Andertons£699£87120% Free P&P Free
This is the first fan fret electric guitar that I've posted, so not sure what you folks will think. Great price for it though! They've been getting more and more popular, but we ra… Read more
pete2020

Awesome! It makes my brain hurt a bit looking at the fretboard but looks like a great deal (y)

ESP LTD H-401M NS Electric Guitar In Natural Satin - Grover Tuners / Seymour Duncan Pickups - £499 Delivered @ Andertons
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ESP LTD H-401M NS Electric Guitar In Natural Satin - Grover Tuners / Seymour Duncan Pickups - £499 Delivered @ Andertons£499£61619% Free P&P Free
I've posted some jazzy coloured electric guitars in the past, so I'm shaking it up with something more subtle. There's a set of Seymour Duncans sat in there, with the Jazz model up… Read more
Curlyman83

Look at those machine heads! Such a beautiful guitar

Ken

Curlyman83

I’ve told you about this before, Ken! (lol)

ESP LTD SC-20 STG Stephen Carpenter Signature Series Electric Guitar - £599 Delivered @ Andertons
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ESP LTD SC-20 STG Stephen Carpenter Signature Series Electric Guitar - £599 Delivered @ Andertons£599£96938%
This really is my cup of tea in terms of look/finish For the cash and spec it's rather impressive. It's always nice to see locking tuners thrown in there as well as jumbo frets (l… Read more
Oobie

Good find OP. Love the colouring too. Andertons are top guys - when they sent out my Ibanez and it had a few knocks they sent the replacement a couple of days later without any fuss.

Joetopps

(y)

jimithesaintkl

Sadly 1 too many for such a purchase.

Joetopps

How many wives have you got? :o

marc1401

Niiiice! If only...had my heart set on a buttermilk Fender Player strat....MIM......hmmmm

Sire R3 DZ Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Outboard Preamp - £269 Delivered @ Andertons
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Sire R3 DZ Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Outboard Preamp - £269 Delivered @ Andertons
A couple of years ago Sire jumped into the Acoustic guitar market after producing some really well reviewed bass guitars.. Sire then hopped into the Acoustic market and aimed to ba… Read more
Ken

Update from me - I didn't go with the Sire My reason being that although the R7 is a solid wood model, the flashy frets and binding put me off. I did however manage to pick up a Fishman Rare Earth Blend (b grade) and a Faith Neptune with spruce top and Trembesi back and sides for a total of £505 :o So as the R7 didn't truly have the pickup config I wanted (Magnetic pickup + Mic) this is a £730+ guitar and a £220 pickup (£950) - Saving myself £405 over current pricing (47% ish) Not going to complain!

Ken

Haha! Awesome, thanks for the update. I haven't pulled the trigger there yet, I was hoping the natural colour on the R7 came down to the same as the Sunburst, but no cigar at this point. I may be tempted to hit that button after a beer or two though :D Ideally I wanted a plain solid acoustic to add a Fishman Rare Earth Blend to, for percussive playing, I want those harmonics to shine through too, but I can't see it on a mic + Piezo vs Mic + Magnetic set up. Where's that beer, eh? Really glad you like it and thanks again for reporting back!

AerialBoundaries

It arrived today and I'm very happy with it. I'm impressed with how well set up it is. The action is perfect for me. It has made me realise how badly set up my Taylor is! (lol) I think I will be taking it to a guitar shop for a proper set up once lockdown is over. I haven't tried the electronics on it yet, as I never really intended on plugging it into an amp anyway. I'll maybe do that at a later date. It really is a great guitar for the money. I'm now wondering how good the R7 is? XD

Ken

Let us know how you get on. Still thinking about the R7 with built in mic. Ideally wanted the natural finish :( It's £100 more than the burst model though.

AerialBoundaries

I've ordered one since I wanted a cheaper dreadnought and I only have cutaways. The reviews look decent. I'll soon know when it arrives!

Line 6 Firehawk FX guitar multi-effects pedal £199 delivered at Andertons
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Line 6 Firehawk FX guitar multi-effects pedal £199 delivered at Andertons£199£24920%
High quality multiFX unit at a great price here. This is generally around £300, and the next best price ATM seems to be about £249. Lots of good effects and amp models here, and a… Read more
Cooltide

My new Firehawk arrived today. (6 days after ordering, which isn't at all bad in the circumstances.) 1st thoughts. Awesome sounds. The manual is only 11 small pages long (A6 paper?). It's a breeze to use. I haven't read the manual yet and I've been able to * pair my tablet app * try out all the presets * adjust some of the presets * download new presets off the web * tried creating my own patch from scratch (needs improvement) * play along to an mp3 on my tablet using bluetooth direct through the Firehawk. (No line in needed!) I wonder what I'll be able to do once I've read the manual? Sadly although my guitar now sounds great, it hasn't improved my playing :(

Mankytom

Thanks so much. I hadn’t seen the hotone before. But that looks really nice too. I think I need to watch some more videos. (y)

Qix_

It’s probably also worth mentioning the Zoom G5n, which is also in the sub-£250 range and is very good - the Zoom G3n is about half that price, and is excellent value.

Qix_

For this price, I think that the Firehawk is very good. It has better sound quality, for me, than the others that have been mentioned, and the mobile app integration will be a key feature for some. If you can stretch to £350 or so, then the Hotone Ampero is a cut above, and its amp modelling puts it in a different class from £200-250 units. Go up to £425-ish and you can get the Line 6 HX Stomp, which is really excellent - but that’s more than twice as much as the Firehawk, which I think is hard to beat at this price.

Mankytom

Thanks for the thoughtful considered answer. It looks like things have come a long way since my zoom 505 in the late nineties. And I suspect I’ll be happy with whichever I take the plunge with. Again, thanks so much for the response. That’s why I love (lurking on) hukd

Martin DC15ME Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic Guitar with Fishman Electronics + Hard Case Left or Right Handed - £1,249 Delivered @ Andertons
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Martin DC15ME Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic Guitar with Fishman Electronics + Hard Case Left or Right Handed - £1,249 Delivered @ Andertons£1,249£1,60922% Free P&P Free
Beautiful Martin acoustic guitars <3 I've said this a few times, but finding a good deal on a right handed guitar isn't so rare, but to come across an instance when the deal cov… Read more
myrealusernameunavailable

Awesome - thanks a lot for your reply. Reason I asked about Andertons was because of some mixed reviews on TrustPilot. And yes, GAK are fantastic!

Ken

Hey, I have 3 guitars from them and never encountered a problem. One was 10 years ago, the next 8 years and the latest was mid last year. GAK are pretty great too, tbf.

myrealusernameunavailable

Never used Andertons before - only GAK. How are they in terms of after sales/returns etc? Thanks.

Andy_Ellis

Both Martin, and Taylor are good choices. If you're unsure it could be worth waiting until you can go and play a few. This does look like a good offer though!

Kindsaver

Really tempted to buy this just to pretend that I am going to learn some new skills during the lock down.

Sire Version 2 Fretless Marcus Miller M7 Alder 4 String Bass Guitar + Free Gigbag £499 Delivered @ Andertons
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Sire Version 2 Fretless Marcus Miller M7 Alder 4 String Bass Guitar + Free Gigbag £499 Delivered @ Andertons£499£61819% Free P&P Free
Gorgeous finish on this 4 string fretless <3 Also there's a free gigbag that comes with it. Just check that it adds automatically once you add the bass to your basket and you s… Read more
bleachingshane

https://youtu.be/yoG7gqet7nY

Neil_

Ba dap, tsh

Ken

Was that an V2 as well? Nice price that!

chappie86

The prices of sires keep increasing. I picked up a v7 a couple of years ago for £325 which is the equivalent to this. Nice bass but I don’t think this is a good deal.

Ken