- - Composite Basses
|jdwhitak ||02-24-2013 09:23 PM |
I'm kinda of thinking I want a Modulus after trying a used one at my local Sam Ash. I got me thinking though. Are there any companies making basses completely out of composite materials?
|hover ||02-24-2013 09:26 PM |
Steinberger (back in the day)
|DrDAV14 ||02-26-2013 04:52 PM |
I have a Steinberger L2 and a Status Stealth II.
Love them both!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Art Araya ||02-26-2013 04:59 PM |
I've tried a Status, Zon, and Steinberger and I believe I also played a bass with a Moses neck. I much prefer the feel and tone of my Modulus Quantum 5 bass.
|pbass62 ||02-28-2013 04:00 PM |
Joe Zon builds 1st class instruments Its one of my favorite live basses
|JACink ||02-28-2013 04:04 PM |
I really like the emerald, but the prices not so much!
To clarify for the OP, Zon basses are not entirely made from composite materials. Only their necks are.
|elgecko ||03-01-2013 02:17 PM |
Originally Posted by cdef
Carbon fiber fretboards! Neato!
|Sid Fang ||03-01-2013 03:56 PM |
The only people I know of who are currently making all-composite basses - as opposed to composite necks on wood and/or plastic bodies - Are Status and Miller.
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