|Neuroman ||02-17-2014 06:05 PM |
|Matt Morgan ||02-18-2014 07:57 PM |
Bump for a beautiful bass and great TBer.
|Neuroman ||02-19-2014 06:09 PM |
|Kyle Matthews ||02-20-2014 12:11 AM |
This bass is a true work of art and has tone for days. Bump for an amazing bass and even more amazing TB'r.
|Neuroman ||02-20-2014 06:18 PM |
|Adam Wright ||02-20-2014 09:07 PM |
Played one of these a few years ago, absolutely top notch basses.
|Neuroman ||02-23-2014 10:18 AM |
|Macrocosmcwh ||02-24-2014 09:45 AM |
bump for stunning bass!!!! (wipe drool off of chin)
|Neuroman ||02-25-2014 01:49 PM |
A pattern has emerged with my Bass Hoarding Personality Disorder. I buy a bass and absolutely love it. But, I am really into another couple of basses at the time so I don't play the newly acquired one after my initial 2 hour session out of the box.
A couple of months pass by and I get some bills I need to pay. I then look over my arsenal and decide that I don't really need the newly acquired bass since I have not played it and I am not that attached to it. I list it for sale but am too slutty not to make it for sale ONLY. So I listen to trades which fuels my disorder. I then think to myself "You know, I really haven't played this bass much. Maybe I should before I let it go for good." I get a bunch of questions about the bass and decide I need to play it more to be able to answer all of these questions with a degree of intelligence.
I play it, experiment with the settings, take it to rehearsals and play a gig with it. Then I can't imagine what life would be like without it.
I then take it off of the market.
|Neuroman ||03-08-2014 11:30 PM |
OK. Back on the market.
|Neuroman ||03-10-2014 04:27 PM |
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