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Warmoth "Mooncaster"

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by BassHappy, Dec 4, 2013.


  1. From my contact Cary at Warmoth

    "Warmoth is prototyping a Starcaster Bass style, which we will be calling the Mooncaster. It’s going to be a short-scale offering (30” or 32”); not available in a 34” scale version."

    I don't see it on the site yet, just thought you short and medium guys would want to know.

    BassHappy
    www.innertainment.net
     
  2. iamthebassman

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  3. TheEmptyCell

    TheEmptyCell Dingwall ABZ Player Supporting Member

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    Very cool. Excited to see the bass version hit the page! And if they can do it in 30" scale, what says they can't make a Bass VI version?
     
  4. Webtroll

    Webtroll Rolling for initiative Supporting Member

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    Shame it won't be avail in a 34" scale
     
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  6. lowfreqgeek

    lowfreqgeek Supporting Member

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    Ok, major change in plans!
     
  7. kohntarkosz

    kohntarkosz Banned

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    Surely you could get one without any drilling, fit a P or J neck and put the bridge in the right place to make it all work?
     
  8. awilkie84

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    Agreed.
     
  9. Mark Nye

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    Nice. The thing that was holding me back from the Fender version was the 30" scale, but I'm all about 32's.

    It'll also be nice to have the option of a more traditional headstock. I've always liked Starcasters, but I feel the headstock is the aesthetic weak point.
     

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