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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Tumbao, Nov 2, 2003.
I kinda dig it...
i dont really like it that much... but if i was playing it i would probably like it but i dunno.
Looks cool! Is that an MTD?
Hell, how many people actually see the bass from the back? If it sounded good I'd buy it even if I thought it was ugly. But I like it.
I'm curious about the stability of an ash neck, simply because swamp ash can be such a lightweight wood. I know light can still be stiff... but regardless, I'm still curious.
I'm dying to try one to hear how they sound.
Looks fine..I wonder about how bright it would sound. Some ash is very heavy, some light, so I suppose the weight would vary.
I dont really like it. Too much ash? Yes.
How about this neck? Personally I think its beautiful
I like that Fodera neck, looks totally bad ass.
But, it dosent matter how it looks, its how it sounds that is important, but if YOU like it that is all that matters.
My bass (Carlo Robelli) is UGLY as hell, If I didnt play it, it wouldnt be around right now. Uglies up the house, lower's property value (that ugly)
I think that the ash necks looks quite good. I've always liked the grain of ash though.
Geoff, if that is your real name, I cant think of too many other people that need a Signature instrament.
I'm sorry, I think I missed that one.
That looks damn nice man
I have played ash necked MTd's and the sound and feel is great!
^^^Same here. I played an MTD535 with ash body and neck with maple fretboard. It was very lively, bright and articulate. I liked it alot.
I think it looks nice but, I would be interested in how it feels!
Any ash that would be used as a neck would be northern ash and not swamp ash (southern ash). Northern ash is a harder species than the swamp ash and it's perfectly usable as a neck. Fodera has been doing it for a few years now.
Same here... But, it still looks good
Wow I've heard of baseball bat necks, but this brings it to a new level.