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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Planet Boulder, Apr 15, 2003.
Hey, this just might work!
Gosh, I'm afraid that the rim around the drumhead might interfere with my slap technique...........
A fool and his money...
i play bass, i play banjo... but i see no reason to combine the two.
so like, i was smashing our drummer's kit onsatge with my bass, 'cause we're hardcore, and my bass' neck came off and stuck into the snare. so...here, buy it.
next, i want to see a theremin/jaw harp... that would be sweet.
...Proof that smoking crack and lutherie don't mix well!
No wait. He may be on to something. I want a bagpipe/hammaered dulcimer. Or an accordion/trombone!
OOOoooooooooh I'm gonna have nightmares tonight.
Well I hate to say it but I've seen worse, Thats disguisting mind you, but I've seen worse.
as if Wish wasn't enough...
Hmmmm, that is kind of interesting. I wonder how it sounds.
How does it sound? I'm going to go out on a limb here but I'm guessing terrible!
I think it COULD be cool if it only had the bass neck on there. Id like to see how its sounds if that were the case.
it looks like a cheap, easy way to build an acoustic for banging around...
i don't know, it's pretty damn goofy lookin.
I cant wait to see who (if anyone) will buy it!
i just ask why?
I seem to recollect seeing Vic Wooten on the cover of BP mag wearing a top hat and holding a bass/banjo hybrid.
If I remember it right, it looked like a banjo, but it wasn't actually a banjo.
Others have done this, with equally mixed results:
Well, gotta go practice autoharp/contrabassoon now.
Actually, this thing was an electric bass shaped like a banjo. It had a flamed maple top (not a drumhead) and magnetic pickups.