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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Hevy T, Jan 8, 2020.
Thats exactly what I was talking about! Only thing I would change would be the strat knobs
Got a NAMM preview video up. I get giddy about this every year.
This is very exciting to me if true. I've been holding off from purchasing the Stage 800 in hopes that Fender would expand on the platform and offer more options with modeling, bluetooth, etc.
Please, anyone who attends, post some photos or videos and product info if this rumor turns out to be true.
OMG I have to have one of these.
For the lefties
Artisan A5 SC (non-multi-scale)
A4 Ultra (Fishman pickups)
Looks like a new variation on their jazz style bass. Can't wait to see this one too. I hope this is a 34" scale 5 string.
Sterling by music Man short scale sting ray.
Okay, they got me. That blue one...
Very very tempting
SBMM has been uping their game in the past years
@Ben Rose You already mentioned some brands in the video that I’m interested to see. It here’s my wishlist to see posts/pictures/videos. I’ve looked up booth numbers if it helps.
Darkglass / Dingwall shared booth 3736
Brubaker / Ken Smith shared booth 2648
F Bass 5449
Malinoski 4306, 4310
Rick Turner 1908
Spalt Instruments 4606
For any of you 10-string bass fans, my buddy Keith Horne will have his blue 10-string there in his booth. He'll be in booth 3352, Hall D. Stop by and try it out. You'll never forget that vibration deep in your bones.
Wait...Keith Horne, the monster bass player Keith Horne? Is he making basses now?
Oh my! A Ray 5 I must have.
It’s been difficult finding an affordable but decent lefty fiver. Thx!
Nope, different Keith Horne. This Keith Horne is a pro Luthier, who mostly builds guitars, but a few specialty basses. His shop is in the same building as mine, across the hall. We're in Fillmore, CA, a little north of Los Angeles. We help each other on various projects. I made the custom bridge and pickups on the 10-string.
Keith is also a pretty serious rock guitarist. He hangs around with the Misfits, and often gets hired to fill in concerts with other bands.
Tons of Ukuleles in Fender style, but not a single bass???
NAMM 2020: Ukulelen im Stil der Fender-Klassiker
Interesting factoid - ukelele is the largest selling stringed instrument in the world by a long shot.
I find it curious Fender put the fret marker on the 10th and not the 9th. 10th is usually for instruments tuned in 5ths whereas ukes are tuned [generally] in 4ths that sees the fret marker at the 9th. A lot of peeps in the tenor/mandolin community were ticked when Fender released their Tenor Tele with the marker at the 9th - tenors are generally tuned in 5ths [but can be tuned any way you want].
Probably the most abandoned, too.
yes, but gotta start somewhere.
I have bought a very cheap bass ukulele a few years ago for 120,- and really like it. Sounds close(r) to an upright.