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is it ok to gush here?

Discussion in 'Roscoe Basses' started by the yeti, Dec 1, 2012.


  1. the yeti

    the yeti

    Nov 6, 2007
    raleigh, nc
    so i bought this one here on tb:
    last night was my 1st time gigging w/it... it was amazing! i've never had any bass that i felt had such depth and clarity at once. all night i kept thinking "this is what i want to sound like". my band mates noticed the difference as well so it's not just me justifying to myself...

    funny thing is, i was originally attracted to roscoe because they are so amazingly comfortable. so much gratitude is owed to all of you who let me play your basses over the last couple years. you helped me make a great decision.
     
  2. Congrats! I bought my first Roscoe over 20 years ago. And I'm still gushing! :hyper:
     
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  4. Pacman

    Pacman Layin' Down Time Gold Supporting Member

    Apr 1, 2000
    Omaha, Nebraska
    Disclosures:
    Endorsing Artist: Roscoe Guitars, DR Strings, Aguilar Amplification
    Welcome to the family! Gushing is always appropriate.
     
  5. Gard

    Gard

    Mar 31, 2000
    Greensboro, NC, USA
    Disclosures:
    General Manager, Roscoe Guitars
    Yes, it's OK.

    However, you have to buy the beers at M'Coul's next time.

    ;)
     
  6. the yeti

    the yeti

    Nov 6, 2007
    raleigh, nc
    done. flying saucer here has more waitresses though... just sayin'
     
  7. Bipslapper

    Bipslapper Well Ahoy, Paloi

    Sep 20, 2009
    Cape Cod, MA
    Congrats Man! Love the look of her.
     
  8. JOME77

    JOME77 Supporting Member

    Aug 18, 2002
    Georgia
    Very cool yeti! And it appears you got a very cool actual Keith B. Roscoe signature on the back of the headstock! :cool:

    Crazy nice looking finish in the natural lighting! I love the grain pattern!
     
  9. the yeti

    the yeti

    Nov 6, 2007
    raleigh, nc
    thanks! it really does look different in every light.
     
  10. Bassmanbob

    Bassmanbob Supporting Member

    Great job! Enjoy that bass for many years.
     
  11. Gard

    Gard

    Mar 31, 2000
    Greensboro, NC, USA
    Disclosures:
    General Manager, Roscoe Guitars
    And excuse to go to RDU for a visit....I like it...
     
  12. the yeti

    the yeti

    Nov 6, 2007
    raleigh, nc
    oh yeah, almost forgot- 7.8 pounds!
     
  13. SteveC

    SteveC

    Nov 12, 2004
    North Dakota
    I gush about Roscoe's and I don't even own one - at the moment.
     
  14. Jazzdogg

    Jazzdogg Less barking, more wagging! Supporting Member

    Jul 29, 2006
    San Diego, CA
    OK, now you're just rubbing salt in the wounds. ;)


    Nice axe! :D
     
  15. CrashClint

    CrashClint I Play Bass therefore I Am Supporting Member

    Nov 15, 2005
    Wake Forest, NC
    Speaking of beers, what was the name of that Chocolate Porter were we went out to lunch last time I was visiting?

     
  16. Gard

    Gard

    Mar 31, 2000
    Greensboro, NC, USA
    Disclosures:
    General Manager, Roscoe Guitars
    Was it Young's Double Chocolate Stout?

    :)
     
  17. bobunit

    bobunit I'm here. Now what? Supporting Member

    Jul 15, 2008
    Idaho
    Mmm
     
  18. Gard

    Gard

    Mar 31, 2000
    Greensboro, NC, USA
    Disclosures:
    General Manager, Roscoe Guitars
    Good from the bottle.

    AMAZING from a proper tap. :)
     
  19. SteveC

    SteveC

    Nov 12, 2004
    North Dakota
    Now that I own 2, I will gush some more. I don't know which one to play. I just had the fretless for a few weeks while the fretted was being built. LOVE the fretless. Didn't think I'd play the fretted. Fretted arrives. LOVE the fretted. Now what do I do? I can't decide which to bring to a gig. Both "work" on any gig really - especially at church.

    Everyone loves the sound of the fretless - especially this one. Not so much some others I've had. The mahogany body (and JB pups) must have something to do with it as it sounds a little more full or has a little more bottom end than the ash/CB bass. Both are fantastic.

    Now, of course, after having/playing/hearing both for a while I think hmm, if I had a fretted with more of my fretless sound (mahogany body with JB placement perhaps) that would be a great sounding contrast to my current ash/CB fretted and compliment to my current fretless. Then, a fretless with an ash body and CB pups for a contrast to my current fretless and compliment to my current fretted.

    It's a disease!!!!!:help::help::help:
     
  20. Heres your medicine... get off of talkbass and go play!

    Bills in the mail ;)
     
  21. SteveC

    SteveC

    Nov 12, 2004
    North Dakota
    I try, but but I keep getting sucked back in :)

    They are just so nice to look at and dream about....
     



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