Sei Owner's Club (Part 3)

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  1. Bryan R. Tyler

    Bryan R. Tyler TalkBass: Usurping My Practice Time Since 2002

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  2. KCOBLE

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    Wow!!! Part 3!!! This calls for seven strings at least!
     

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  3. melt

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    Ah, Mr Coble; how's my old sixer doing these days (assuming you still have it of course)?
     
  4. flipper_gv

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    Sei basses got some very nice finishes.
     
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  6. KCOBLE

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    Happy as can be!
     
  7. sei24bass

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    Next installment of the SEI thread and already got 79 viewings. I figured KCOBLE got it right and all us SEI owners should post the best pic of their SEI bass(es), to show case these beautiful basses to all that open this thread. It really doesn't matter if you have already posted a pic in previous installments, post it again as who is likely to go through up to 2000 previous postings going back several years?

    FWIW, here are my 17 strings:

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  8. Bryan R. Tyler

    Bryan R. Tyler TalkBass: Usurping My Practice Time Since 2002

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    That singlecut still amazes me.
     
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  10. melt

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    Good to hear. Of course that Millenium 7 is rather nice too.....;)
     
  11. KCOBLE

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    :hyper:
     
  12. flipper_gv

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    First time I ever say this about a bass but it's perfect in almost any way and truly a work of art. Everything is just right about this bass, I can't pick a single thing about this bass that I don't like (cosmetically of course).
     
  13. BigRedX

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    Here's mine:

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    Flamboyant Offset 5-string fretless.

    Wonderful!
     
  14. KCOBLE

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    Beautiful! What are the woods, electronics and pickups?
     
  15. BigRedX

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    Thanks!

    The body is Bubinga with grey double-stained flamed Sycamore top and back facings.
    Neck is 4 pieces of stained grey flamed Maple and 3 pieces of Bubinga. Fingerboard, pickup covers and ramp are Brazilian Rosewood. Pickups are the custom Bartolinis for in the Ibanez Gary Willis basses and the pre-amp is the ACG EQ01 from the days when it was still possible to buy this separately. The ultra-mini toggle switch is for the side LEDs which are orange with yellow at the octave marks.
     
  16. Rodr-Evil

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    Congrats, that bass is piece of art.
     
  17. KCOBLE

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    Thanks, that's a really compliment. I had a lot of fun designing it from scratch, albeit with significant input from Martin (of Sei bass). I think Martin also had a lot of 'fun' building what is effectively a truly bespoke one off bass.
     
  19. matthewfoote

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    Hi all,

    I'm in, photo to follow

    Matthew
     
  20. Mike Flynn

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    Hell Yeah...! Part 3... Whooot ;)

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    Damn there are some sexy Sei basses here - I'm loving my two more and more - the Single Cut is just singing now.

    Oh and I've seen Pierre's new SC (that is still awaiting Nordy pups - don't worry dude - they will be worth the wait!) - it's an absolute lovely!

    Keep up the good work guys

    Mike
     
  21. pierreganseman

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    Oh and I've seen Pierre's new SC (that is still awaiting Nordy pups - don't worry dude - they will be worth the wait!) - it's an absolute lovely!

    :hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper:


    Have you seen anything? I mean, last i was in london, I only saw the finished body, is all the hardware on the beast now??

    Indeed the pick ups.... their should be there any day now... :bag::help::bawl:

    P.
     

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