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Greyman Basses

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Bassandgolf, Jan 26, 2014.


  1. Bassandgolf

    Bassandgolf Supporting Member

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    Has anyone had experience with these basses? Can you share any background?
     
  2. Sartori

    Sartori

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    Never heard of them. Links?
     
  3. Bassandgolf

    Bassandgolf Supporting Member

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    Don't hav e any, sry.
     
  4. cybersnyder

    cybersnyder Always groove.... Gold Supporting Member

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    Endorsing artist: Xsonics cabinets
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  6. thomasjbass

    thomasjbass Supporting Member

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    Hope this helps, basses are nice and well build. He is a pain in the ass to deal with and I had a lot of issues communicating with him and he made a lot of excuses on getting the bass from him, went over his delivery date by over a year. Hope that helps...
     
  7. cybersnyder

    cybersnyder Always groove.... Gold Supporting Member

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    Line drawn through that name on the list. Thanks for the heads up!
     
  8. xabicho

    xabicho Supporting Member

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    Well, like any other luthier that does all the work by himself you need to be patient, since there is a waiting list . For example I contacted Randy Wyn for a custom bass and he was not accepting more orders last year on the month of October 2013 since he had already back orders. How many months you wait for a Fodera or MTD? So patience is key to have a good relationship with a luthier.
     

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