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it's alive! my warmoth is assembled!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by KyleSerlington, Nov 12, 2012.


  1. KyleSerlington

    KyleSerlington

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    Location:
    Binghamton, NY
    been planning this thing since august

    charger green swamp ash body
    gotoh 201 bridge
    Dimarzio Model P and Model J pickups
    slim taper maple neck and board with a satin finish
    21 stainless steel vintage sized frets
    black block inlays
    steel stiffening rods
    Black TUSQ nut

    it plays, sounds, and looks great! i might try to do a video demo soon of this through my Fender Studio Bass Amp

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  2. mellowgerman

    mellowgerman Supporting Member

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    loving the maple and the green! also, compliments on the pickup choice, good sir
     
  3. RedMoses

    RedMoses Supporting Member

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  4. Stealth

    Stealth Supporting Member

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    That's a very unusual, very brave and very cool color.
     
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  6. aln413

    aln413

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    Hell yea, looks good!!!
     
  7. EagleMoon

    EagleMoon

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    Looks great! I LOVE that color. And I'll bet that headstock helps a lot with neck dive.
     
  8. El-Bob

    El-Bob

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    This is one of the coolest Warmoth builds I've seen yet!
     
  9. K73

    K73

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    That looks sweet! I bet it sounds killer too..
     
  10. Bassist4Eris

    Bassist4Eris Non Serviam Supporting Member

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    Don't know why, but I love when someone puts a 2+2 headstock on a Fender-style bass. The maple board with black blocks is a great look too. Nice job!
     
  11. MRDOOM

    MRDOOM

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    That's VERY cool. I've always wanted to make a Warmoth P/J.
     
  12. Diogenes

    Diogenes

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  13. WoodyG3

    WoodyG3 Supporting Member

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    Wow! I am really digging that color!
     
  14. srxplayer

    srxplayer

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    Wow! Nice job. I dig that color combo a lot.
     
  15. pacojas

    pacojas "FYYA BUN" Supporting Member

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    the black hardware makes that green really pop! well thought out, congrats!:)
     
  16. CGramazio

    CGramazio Supporting Member

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    Striking!! Great job!
     
  17. KyleSerlington

    KyleSerlington

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    thanks guys! the headstock was the most last minute decision i made, and when i ordered it i thought it was gunna be a little bigger, which i think would look better but i still like it. i also thought the maple was gunna be a little darker but i'm sure i'll dirty it up over time to make it darker. i like the way it turned out so down the road i'm gunna build another bass, probabaly a replica of a 70's fender p-bass in Mocha
     

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