Discussion in 'Roscoe Basses' started by fuzzychaos, Dec 16, 2012.
Anybody got pics of a standard in transparent white? Ash body preferred...
There are some on the Roscoe FB page. They look quite nice. Especially with a dymond wood board.
...with my own bass no less!!!
(Guess that's what happens when you don't have internet at the house any longer...)
...yeah, that's it, and it's pretty nice on the right piece of swamp ash, but that's about the only really GOOD application of it.
I went without internet for four hours once, it wasn't too bad... Of course my wife found me catatonic rocking back and forth is a corner, so I don't remember much of it
I would definitely want swamp ash and black hardware.
Just moved, the house is in town, and in a subdivision, BUT, it is a good 250' off the street (left over large plot in the subdivision, got REALLY lucky to snag it!). We just didn't think that the distance off the street was going to be an issue for cable, but it appears they need to do some fancy work to get the line to be sufficient to get cable/internet/phone to work well that far off the main line. Which means "construction" (not our cost, thankfully!). Which means waiting until they can schedule it...and that's looking like AFTER the holidays right now.
...the withdrawls on the weekends have been...well...I will try the catatonic rocking back and forth next time, maybe that will help...
I would definitely want swamp ash and black hardware.[/QUOTE]
Good choices - the black hardware is an "aftermarket" thing on a Standard...but...
...things are changing soon...
I've gotta post pictures of something!
I believe I was one of the first people to get this color, back in 2009:
^one of my inspirations!
Loved that bass...
Maybe it's because I'm not used to seeing the configuration but, dang that looks awesome!
This is my Lakland 44-60 custom. I think that the trans white is classy and looks great with my white hot Aggie cabs. Its stunning in person, sounds beautiful too.
Yeah! That looks totally awesome in the transparent white with p/u's straight and in a south paw configuration!
A total work of art!
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