Who said you need so many strings?
That looks really cool. I'd try it.
|Malak the Mad ||01-25-2014 08:56 PM |
How's the neck dive? :hiding:
Seriously though, that makes my inner-minimalist very happy indeed!
|TolerancEJ ||01-25-2014 09:02 PM |
|SactoBass ||01-25-2014 09:13 PM |
Where do ya put the tort guard? ;)
|randyripoff ||01-25-2014 09:22 PM |
One is enough...especially if you have a slide too.
|Basshappi ||01-25-2014 10:18 PM |
Jaco only needed.....oh, wait. :hiding:
|Apolicious ||01-26-2014 02:33 AM |
Hahaha, I love it. Get a slide and play some Morphine on it.
|FretNoMore ||01-26-2014 03:05 AM |
Yeah well, it would be a fun project building it, then you'd play it a couple of times and it would make a great conversation starter, and finally it would end up in a closet or on eBay. Just keeping it real now. ;)
|Nashrakh ||01-26-2014 03:06 AM |
Let's face it: What he played in the video is what some guys play all night. Less is more.
|SeanNeedham ||01-26-2014 03:53 AM |
That's rather fun looking! Reminds me of when I was a lot younger, myself and a couple of the guys out the band I was in used to get together, drink beer, smoke cheap cigars and play skiffle for the fun of it. This looks like an electric version of the tea-chest bass I made.
|DannyBob ||01-26-2014 03:56 AM |
I like it. But I'd much rather have a whamola...
|sketch ||01-26-2014 04:10 AM |
reminds me of a Chinese traditional instrument, 二胡, but now an 一胡
|bassdude51 ||01-26-2014 05:39 AM |
A single string costs almost as much as a set. No advantage there. Otherwise, it's pretty cool!
A wash tub bass with a piezo is another way to go too!
|Orangeclawhamme ||01-26-2014 05:43 AM |
You could put an endpin on it and play it like an upright.
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