New Revered Fellowship Bass (PBass)

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  1. aproud1

    aproud1 Lost time is not found again. Gold Supporting Member

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  2. Dug2

    Dug2 Supporting Member

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    pretty cool for 1200 buks, i wonder how these sound
  3. BurningSkies

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  4. temmrich

    temmrich Supporting Member

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    I believe that's a set neck, not a neck through.
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  6. aproud1

    aproud1 Lost time is not found again. Gold Supporting Member

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    You are right. Same as the Thundergun.
  7. Thick McRunfast

    Thick McRunfast Not just good, good enough Supporting Member

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    I'd be nice if they offered it in some colors
  8. SirMjac28

    SirMjac28 Patiently Waiting For The Next British Invasion Gold Supporting Member

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    I like the bridge
  9. Lowbrow

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    +1
  10. temmrich

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    I'd like to hear some sound clips. But if Me'shell is involved in the design, I'm pretty sure it's gonna be a killer instrument.
  11. wvbass

    wvbass Supporting Member

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    That is the Carvin SB/Brubaker Brute bridge.
  12. roadkill2309

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  13. BassAgent

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    I like it. A lot. The fact that it's Meshell's signature makes it a lotlotlot cooler for me. But besides the Meshell vibe, I dig it.
  14. rkingly

    rkingly "Playing Reverend Basses on a Regular Basis" Supporting Member

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    I played one at the NAMM show and let me tell you it sounded GREAT! Solid fundamental tones with the blade pick-up and with the 2 band EQ it can deliver a wide variety of usable tones. Bravo to Reverend they really are making some fine Bass guitars.
  15. wvbass

    wvbass Supporting Member

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    "Put text describing stacked knob here"
  16. peledog

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    Nice. Reversed tuners, not so much. Dig the overall look though.

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  17. Pet Sounds

    Pet Sounds

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    Isn't Meshell known as a Jazz Bass player?
  18. Lesfunk

    Lesfunk Supporting Member

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    EQ? really? cool! I was under the impression that it was passive.
  19. BassAgent

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    She used to play her Celinder and '63 Fender a lot, but the last few times I saw her play she used a Danelectro.
  20. kohntarkosz

    kohntarkosz Banned

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    The reversed headstock mirrors the longer upper horn pretty well in my opinion. The stacked knobs may be a bit of a pain to use live... overall it looks an exciting bass!
  21. adamsmatthewj

    adamsmatthewj Supporting Member

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    It is passive, it's a stacked volume/tone knob. Just regular Pbass controls but in a stacked pot. Way cool idea, IMHO.

    Lookin at picking one up for kicks (even though I already own a solid example of a passive Pbass) it's just so cool.

    Re: reverse headstock...
    I owned one reverse headstock bass before, with a tilt-back design (like this Rev), and let me tell u honestly it makes the low E feel and sound thunderous. Not sure if it's just the extra physics involved (or maybe a somewhat similar mind trick to a physical difference between top-load/string-thru bridge?) whatever I don't know but as silly as they can look I believe they do feel good

    Once these hit the used market for a decent price it'll be hard for me to turn it down

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