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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Wilbyman, Jan 27, 2006.
Ouch, this one hurts.
[soup nazi voice]
No five-strings for you!
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I like the other single cut he has in stock....nice basses. I'd like to see a more "complete" website though.
I've dug his basses for a long while, and I finally got to play my first last year. It was a great bass, but I wasn't sure it was worth the $2800 price tag at the time considerring there's such little overall info about his basses. If you had to sell one, you'd take a big hit because there just isn't enough people that know about his product.
Hey, I can work a low-B pretty derned good when I put my mind to it...
Man, I've gotta say, nothings more rediculous than not being able to find a website on the net. I couldn't find Ray's site at all. I googled everything I could think of. What's his site address?
Thats a pretty wicked bass.
The top is purpleheart yes?
fyi - rbassguitars.com is his site.
Man, I really thought I'd tried that.
That's a beauty! There is a very similar Fodera Purpleheart bass somewhere. I think it's on the Bass Northwest 'Already Sold Gallery Page'. While the look is a little over the top for me personally, it sure is nice.
Found it.... it is listed on that site.
"very simliar" ---- IMO, those basses got more significant visually differences... than Sadowsky and or Lull and or Fender.
+1 I was just talking about the unusual Purpleheart thing... you don't see Purpleheart tops that ofter, much less blocks, dots, etc.
http://www.rbassguitars.com/ here's the website.
That's not my favorite R Bass, but I dig Ray's work.
I got this directly from Ray...very lovely
Rbass = "Faux"-dera
What's the scale length?
..I'm really starting to dislike you...
kidding.. er no.. really