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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Steve, Oct 22, 2004.
Tell me what you think
Unless I'm mistaken, Sadowsky guitars has nothing to do with this paint job.
WOW - Did Sadowsky do that?!?
Hmmm... I'd have suggested White-Out...
Nope, that's not a Sadowsky paint job. If you look through some earlier threads, you can find out who did it easily enough, though I'm surprised to see those kinds of problems in the work of someone with such a good reputation.
Check out the new paint on the Sadowsky. NOT by Sadowsky.
Sorry about that.
It's hard to say what I think overall when all that's shown are the problem areas...
What do I think (about these finish flaws)? I don't like them one bit.
I guess the moral here is - if you own a Sad. have Sad do the refinish.
"Actually, there's no secret to the fact that I do Roger's finish work"
From one of the initial inquiries
Sorry - it was to me
Gross. Get a refund.
return as nonconforming merchandise
checkout that valenti guy
or www.michaeldolanguitars.com used to make alembics back in the day. i have an awesom 5-string jazz.
is your the so-called entry line "metro"
You rather missed the point, I think. We are not talking about the price or the quality of Sadowskys--we're talking about the problems with a refinish done on his Sadowsky by a third party.
Given the amount of issues and the fact that he already screwed up the neck by not properly protecting it in whatever he used to clamp it with. I'm not inclined under any circumstances to give him another whack at my bass.
In my opinion, given the neck finish issue, a full refund would not even begin to make up for the loss of resale value.
Pat Wilkins needs to call whoever carries his liabilty insurance then cut me a $3000.00 check. And we all know that ain't gonna happen.
It really should though.
Try contacting him and let us know how it goes.
Im sure he wouldnt like to get a bunch of e-mail or phone calls from bassist who hear he does bad buisness and doesnt correct his mistakes.
I'm with ya!!
I would expect that on a no-name P.O.S. mass production bass or a bass being customized by a total hack ( like myself... ) ....for custom/from a "pro", totally unexcusable..... :scowl:
Why would anyone pay for work to be done that they had to go back and fix themselves!? :scowl: X 2
Guess I should really be glad I prefer natural finishes...
I would deff. give him another chance to remedy the problem; and if he doesnt feel his rep. is important enough to him, I would never recommend him to anyone, under any circumstances and would deff. post my experience to every bass/luthier forum I could find......
What are we looking at?
A Sadowsky bass that he sent to a third party to have it refinished.