Bluesman Vintage Jazz

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Jaymi, Jan 26, 2013.


  1. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    I am amazed at the bark on this one....


    I have had fun trying it out also....
  2. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    Anyone else have one they want to share?
  3. funk7856

    funk7856 Supporting Member

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    This one arrived last week:

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    It smokes!
  4. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    I am sure of it for real!
  5. RS

    RS Supporting Member

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    Where does Bluesman source necks/bodies from (i.e. Allparts, Warmoth, etc.)?
  6. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    He has a place that cuts bodies for him. Necks are various also...The ones I have are AllParts...
  7. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    The AllParts are shaved...he hand cuts them so they are not just factory slabs...
  8. Mojo-Man

    Mojo-Man Supporting Member

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    :cool:

    I have a white, 1961 stack-knob style one.
    Defretted and epoxied by HG Thor Labs.
    It has been my main bass since I got it in 2010.
  9. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    Good stuff MOJO!!!
  10. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    Here is another one that just came off the presses!!!
  11. tdizzle

    tdizzle Supporting Member

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    Both basses look like they have 70s spacing. Is that correct?
  12. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    Both of the ones I have videos on are 60's spacing...
  13. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    John has made some in 70's spacing....I have seen them..
  14. narud

    narud Supporting Member

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    The bridge pickup lines up with the tone knob though. That should make it 70's.
  15. Pet Sounds

    Pet Sounds

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    Great bass and great demonstration.
  16. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    Thanks Pet!
  17. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    Rumour has it, there is a 3 tone sunburst coming my way!!!
  18. SJan3

    SJan3

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    Lots o fret buzz, no??
  19. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

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    That's the way I set it. I like fret buzz
  20. tdizzle

    tdizzle Supporting Member

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    The LPB one looks totally 70s. If the bridge pickup is an 1.5 inches from the bridge, then that is 70s. The space from the pickgaurd to the pickup is what gives it away for me. Cool bass either way. Thanks for posting.

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