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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Dude, Mar 10, 2003.
I mean, after you replace the pickup...cool? I dunno...keep looking at it and wondering.
Tom frequents www.FenderForum.com, and I keep seeing nice things that he is making. I kinda like this bass, though I would add a bridge pup to it, but I am not sure about his asking price...I know that a LOT of work has gone into it, and that it is unique, but there are many options at that price level.
LOL...ok that's why I've never heard of him before.
I kinda used to hang around over there too.
I see and appreciate all the work in this bass....just not sure if some of the effort was misplaced.
I agree Dude. And those Select pups gotta go!
Visually, the latter
I dig it. it looks "different", hence its appeal.
Definitely would not be in the "Cool" category for me!
Pickup placement seems a little odd -- is it just me, or is it closer to the neck than normal P placement?
CRAP. (caps intended)
Not my cuppa, but hey - there's something for everyone, and someone for everything.
It's not for me.
Well its not my bag baby. But it is unique looking and I can see some people really digging it.
it may have a really cool sound with flats on it.
I would say go for it, but low ball'em.
If it were under $150, I would say cool. The woodworking looks to be top notch.
At $500, I say no way. I won't call it crap, but no way would I pay over $150 for it.
i like the funny "butt" piece...
i think it might look cool with a standar p bass pickguard on it. it does look a bit overboard for what it is.
I think it is cool, sans the emg select pup.
Crap. I really dont like the headstock on it and the way the horns are...I dunno, they just dont look right to me. I think the intent with the pups was to put them were the orginal 51 humbucker would have been, that or the single coil.
Not my particular cup of tea, but it certainly is different without being overly strange- kinda cool in that respect.
I would have to say "cool." This cat, as has been pointed out, is an FDP regular and I think his workmanship and creativity deserves credit. Considerning how long it took him to make it and the amount of blood, sweat and tears he put into it, I'd say it's worth every penny! Go 'head on, tjclem, bro!!
Cool, but it does need some work in the electronics side of things. The only thing I don't like is the neck dots.