|james condino ||09-15-2013 01:07 AM |
A couple of cracks in my friend's bass....
This one came in recently; I had to show it off. It was a plywood bass in a serious car accident. Imagine how many pieces it would have been if it was a delicate carved bass! Amazingly, the driver walked away from the acident with no injuries.
j. www.kaybassrepair.com www.condino.com
|KUNGfuSHERIFF ||09-15-2013 08:29 AM |
On the bright side, now it can be checked in as carry-on luggage at no additional cost.
Glad your friend is OK. My wife was in a low-speed collision not long ago and ended up delivering our youngest three months early.
|klyph ||09-15-2013 09:20 AM |
If I may ask, why was this brought to your shop? For insurance (estimating) purposes, or has this become a candidate for the bolt-on neck conversion? ;)
|james condino ||09-15-2013 11:35 AM |
Originally Posted by klyph
If I may ask, why was this brought to your shop? ....;)
Soundpost adjustment and a few buzzes.....:) www.condino.com www.kaybassrepair.com
|bassfacedesign ||09-15-2013 10:20 PM |
Wow glad the owner was OK. Reminds me of a story I heard about Sam Kolstein who's bass was destroyed in car accident.
The repair man that he took it to said he could help him put it back together. Anyone else heard that story?
|Heifetzbass ||09-15-2013 10:28 PM |
J- That's a hell of a jigsaw puzzle! RIP
|Philonius ||09-15-2013 10:30 PM |
Well, you could always turn it into a hollowbody electric.
|JoeyNaeger ||09-16-2013 08:38 AM |
You'll have this ready in a week or two right?
|powerbass ||09-16-2013 06:53 PM |
I'ld use epoxy!
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