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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by wraub, Nov 6, 2012.
Have one, especially in a natural finish?
Please post a pic, I'd like to see 'em.
Here ya go...
91' RI Precision with 78' fretless neck.
Yep, exactly like that.
Good looking basses, both of you.
IPA, interesting pickguard-Any info on that?
not natural but at lest you can still see the grain a bit on the heavy side but I wouldn't trade them for the world!!
I have a 2004 Lakland Glaub.
One piece Ash body, Rosewood fingerboard.
Trans-white, Gold Anodized pickguard.
As nice a P-Bass as I've ever played.
Ash P and J and Blond ash P, the black one is alder.
Sure, here's my '75 P-Bass. It has a non-original pickguard (the original was brittle and broken) and it's kinda heavy (11,5 lbs), but it plays really nice, I love it!
Sadowsky NYC UV PJ4.
One piece solid ash body with nice flames.
Thanks for those, some really sweet looking basses here.
Maybe we should start a club..?
Any more? There's gotta be more.
It's a Warmoth, "vintage pearl"
Here's one I used to own. This was one my parts basses. The body and neck are Mighty Mite.
Have a pic?
Personally, trans white/RW board/ano gold 'guard is one of my favorite configurations.
I've considered a refin to my bass in that direction.
I'll get a pic of my own ash P bass up asap.
Never seen one like that before, very cool.
Quick cell pic:
Keep 'em coming, y'all!
The bass I'm shown playing in my profile picture is a 2001 Fender 50th Anniversary P with the neck off of a 1999 Hot Rod P and a Fender Custom Shop '59 P pickup from a Mike Dirnt signature P and strung with a set of Sadowsky flats. It has a Northern ash body, weighs in at about 9 1/2 pounds and is one of my best playing and sounding basses.
Gold anodized guard? Niice!
I'm away from home right now.
Bass is in storage with some of my other gear. (Miss It)
I only have two basses with me know.
I actually have 2 other guards and a control plate, but I definitely prefer this one.
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