ESP/LTD fretless PJ new for 2013

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by DeliriumTremens, Jan 23, 2013.


  1. DeliriumTremens

    DeliriumTremens

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  2. mark beem

    mark beem Gold Supporting Member

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  3. Gorn Captain

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    Anyone know about how much this'll be?
     
  4. HLF

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    Whoa! That's pretty sweet... I sooo want a fretless P style bass- even better with the added J bridge p/u! I wonder how it'd compare to the Tony Franklin sig. aside from the fingerboard material?
     
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  6. Figjam

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  7. stepswork4me

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    It's a shame how underrated this company is.
     
  8. TN WOODMAN

    TN WOODMAN

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    True dat. I have an LTD 204 Vintage modded with '62 p pu, Duncan vintage jazz pu, Wilkinson brass saddles, electrosocket jack and tortguard. (black reliced body/maple neck) and the ESP Vintage 4 (sb with rosewood.) Previous owner changed the Duncan hots for original version active EMG pj set. These are my main 2 players.

    I have 4 Fenders (2 fretless jazz) and would love to add this fretless as well.
     
  9. mark beem

    mark beem Gold Supporting Member

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    This! I love my B205 fretless!


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    Thinkin of swapping out the stock pups and pre for EMGs.
     
  10. stepswork4me

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    My F-205 has the HZ's in it and the BG64 pre wired 18v. It sounds pretty good. I'm thinking of going to the DC's for a hotter signal.
     

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