We're building some basses, here.
(light weight, resonant, stable), necks /bridges attached w/machine screws & threaded inserts, custom Tonestylers, all passive...
what's the name of the shop?
This is the first completed prototype, body is cooked butternut, neck is cooked maple, the bass is shockingly light! The Tele-type switch is wired neck,both parallel, both series, bridge. The pickups on this one are Fralin 5% overwounds; the combination of pickups, neck & bridgemount, & our custom Tonestyler, make for vast tonal possibilities.
We're happy campers, so far...
I would buy them all. I dislike the look of typical Fender style bodies, but those are beautiful.
The 3rd body, and the neck w/the inserts installed, are the FrankenFive I'm playing in the photo.
That wood looks great !
Is it an option to route for the pots from the back and have no pickguard ? I think that would look great with such nice wood for the bodies.
Another cool option would be to have a pickguard made from a thin layer of a different beautiful wood.
These options would make for a bass with a combination of my two favorite styles : very nice wood and the Precision body. This is why my basses are Alembics and Fenders. :)
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