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Deon Rexroat Bass question

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by seannance511, Dec 9, 2010.

  1. seannance511

    seannance511

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    I'm new.

    That said, I've been searching for years to try and figure out what the heck kind of bass Deon Rexroat plays.

    He plays on a various assortment of Fender basses; anything from deluxe jazz to American P's to jaguars.

    However, there is one he plays that I've never been able to figure out the make of.
    It appears to be a telecaster guitar style body with the hip of a jazz bass and a telecaster bass neck.

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    From what I can make out, the head stock reads something like
    "Riaylor" or "Rjaylor" or something similar to that.
    It's got a duncan p and jazz pickup mounted into it so it gets awesome tone.

    By the way, this guy is the bass player for a band called Anberlin; check them out, they know how to play loud.

    I've always thought this was a super sick looking bass but could never figure out what the heck it was.

    So, what is it?
  2. seannance511

    seannance511

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    Update:
    I think I've nailed down the make of the bass
    I've looked around and I think it's made by Reverend, back when they were actually making basses. Pretty sure this is a Naylor made.
    I just don't know what model this could be.
    It's not a 5L and doesn't look like the other PJ Reverend's I've seen so far.
  3. Low-Bottom-E

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    >>>NEWS FLASH<<<

    Reverend is making basses again...debuting their new, semi-hollow, 30" scale, Dub King and 34/35" scale solid bodies, at NAMM, in January!
  4. eastcoasteddie

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    glancing at the title of this thread quickly, I could have sworn it said "Deep Throat"
  5. Duplo42

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    I enlarged (10% steps, otherwise you get all blur) and sharpned it in PShop:

    [​IMG]

    Better? Looks like PJaylor or PTaylor or RTaylor

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