Winer, winner, chicken dinner

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Templar, Jan 13, 2013.


  1. Templar

    Templar Supporting Member

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    Schecter DeLeo sig Model T. Had one years ago, miss its big EMG sound. Kinda a rare bird, had to bid on it. Hoping when it arrives it will be a bit lighter than the previous one.

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  2. millsbass5

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    I've wondered about those. Is it U.S. made?
  3. dedpool1052

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  4. Templar

    Templar Supporting Member

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  6. Baird6869

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    Very nice. I have always wanted one of these!
  7. Wyattsgroove

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    Wow! Nice bass. Thanks for the GAS.
  8. dedpool1052

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    no one ever comes to TB to get rid of GAS;)
  9. Templar

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    True that. If I was still married, I'd be sleeping in my car tonight! Just snagged that one-off green custom from Drum City, as well. Oy.

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  10. jlepre

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    must be nice to be rich
  11. Templar

    Templar Supporting Member

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    Korean made (the green custom too). The USA Schecter stuff can be kinda spendy.

    I've been to Drum City when I lived in Denver. Tiny, jammed store but they are supposedly the largest Schecter dealer in the country. They get protos and one-offs regularly.
  12. Templar

    Templar Supporting Member

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    Must be, but I wouldn't know.

    Ask Munjibinga.
  13. kjpollo

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    For 8 bills, that green proto was an absolute STEAL- nice snag dude!
  14. kobass

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    lol! (fixed it for you!) :D




    Oh yeah, congrats on the bass(es)!

    Sweet!

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  15. Wookieonbass

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    Nice looking couple o' basses there!
  16. jlepre

    jlepre

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    Isn't that $200 more than a standard Model T?
  17. Templar

    Templar Supporting Member

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    Pretty sure you're right.
  18. Templar

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    Thanks, I thought so too. They answered a buncha questions I had about it, and weighed it for me, 9lbs, 4oz. (not bad).
  19. petrus61

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    If they are anything like the early 80's Fender clones, these are top flight. My main bass was a lawsuit headstock jazz for years.
  20. tomydacat

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    I have a toneburst version of this bass seems to be a 2003 model.. THESE MODEL T's ROCK.....period .... LOVE MINE
  21. dedpool1052

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    haha!
    glad to have helped you spend your money.
    be sure to post a thread when it comes in. the bound neck and body are pretty killer looking on it.

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