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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Tym2cu_bass, Aug 6, 2004.
OMG OMG OMG! heh
I found a scratch on my bass today look how big it is!
You'll live, maybe. The first scratch is the worst.
You should see my gigging bass. Thirteen years of dings and scratches all over.
But i agree that the first scratch is always the worst, thats why...
I buy used basses My main bass (Godin) came with a ding in the back and a tiny crack at the neck joint, therefore i dont care when i damage it.. Its gotten quite a bit worse in the 8 months ive owned it so far , heh. Im curious as to where some of it comes from, tehre is one area on it that has abrasion marks, scratches etc for about 2-3 inches..and i dont remember doing it?
OK I'll try to get them up.
...and more! I have more but man, I''ll post up on this thread!
Ahhhhhh heck! I 'm gonna do it.
[butthead]hhhhheh heh hehhhehhehhh heh heh hhhhhhhhhhheh heh. He said, "Look how big it is." hhhhheh hehheh heh [/butthead]
Anyway, it's time for e-Bay. Now it looks like ass.
Not as much I as I thought it was going to be. Not bad for 13 years.
Thats only the stuff that I could get to show up in the crappy photos. There are so many cracks, chips and scratches. Thats why I have now put this bass to rest until I decide on how I want to refinish it.
oh, what kind is it?
i love scratches and chips in my bass. gives it good character.
The first day of getting my first bass I'm resting my left hand on the body where I always wear a ring. I move my hand and hear SCCCCCC and realize that I put a nice big scratch in it.
Sucks... dont it?
Man, I remember the first time I dinged my bass. I freaked out. I now have several scratches and dings in that one, and a few dings in my fretless from playing with drum sticks and them flying out of my hands :embarassed: .
My old BC Rich Innovator 4. Yea, its not a (insert boutique bass name here) so I could care less about resale value. Plus, it has sentimental value being my first and all.
Man, I could care less if my bass got a scratch. i love my bass, but a scratch won't effect the playablity or the tone.
I threw my remote at my bass a year ago, chipped the paint off, piece of wood showing through
I prefer to think of scratches as war scars.
You ever see Jaco's bass?!?!?
My first scratch what I was tighting the washer under the volume knob. The wrench scratched the pick-guard. Silly 12 year olds should never play around with that sort of stuff.
Holy crap! I'll kill myself if I let my bass get that bad!