Fodera Club Part XXVII

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Apr 15, 2014.


  1. smperry

    smperry Moderator Supporting Member

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  2. fivestringdan

    fivestringdan Supporting Member

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    Say hello to #063

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  3. Hou

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    Don't have the Emperor 5 anymore! But what a crasy bass

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  4. b-for-beatles

    b-for-beatles Supporting Member

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  6. TheShape101

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  7. b-for-beatles

    b-for-beatles Supporting Member

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    Me too :bassist::bassist:
  8. Hou

    Hou

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  9. TheShape101

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  10. steubig

    steubig Supporting Member

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    mitch,

    i think you will like the c string a lot more if you spend some time getting to know it. in other words, try doing something like spending a little time every day playing *only* the c string and see how to get the most out of it. just an idea.
  11. peterpalmieri

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    Curious why I don't see many folks with the Lincoln Goines model? His tone seems so ideal.
  12. nostatic

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    Took the fretless to my jazz house band things last night. Usually there are a couple of bass players so I was planning to play keys, but I was the only bassist there. Spent the entire night on the fretless and never took the YYD out of the bag. The bass is spectacular.
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  13. Davidg

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    Everyone knows that Chestnut is the absolute best looking top-wood!!
    (Kidding. Actually they all look great. Wish I could own five Foderas but I can only play one at a time.)

    Check out the sexy backside of my baby! Hand carved perfection!

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  14. LakeEffect

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  15. steubig

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    mad scientist.

    it's alive, it's alive.
  16. nostatic

    nostatic Supporting Member

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    not for the faint of heart...

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  17. wrp

    wrp Gold Supporting Member

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    In with the one ...

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    That led to this ...

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  19. iwearpumas

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    Mitch has two basses with Pink Ivory.
  20. Hou

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  21. jumbodbassman

    jumbodbassman Gold Supporting Member

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    in age order #21 through MS4 #57. The 2 in middle have new electronics not yet reflected.
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