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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by JP Basses, Feb 25, 2004.
and one last:
and they talk about a low A bass...
gotta find a japanese > english online translator!
I love em!!!!!
The two eight-string basses look quite nice.
I love this thing!
The top on the first one is pretty unique.
I also like the fretless Bassmonkee mentioned. I like the figuring at the bridge end of the fretboard.
The straplocks seem to be placed rather low, ie near the jack...
if only it weren't a 7. i really like the body shape and general aesthetics.
Those are pretty weird. How wide do you think those fretboards are on the 7's?
Wow, check this one out!
America needs more original builders like this!
Japanese <--> English translator: http://world.altavista.com/
Those look good. Some kinda look like a cross between a Wish and a CT. Pretty cool
I like many of them.
I wouldn't bother with the translator though, unless you're looking for humorous value. E.g. you get things like this, as part of the neck description:
Looks like an ash neck:
i bet the builder is a TB Lurker!!!!
The Lo-A option is done like a Kubicki - 2 frets added up on the headstock, on the "B string."
They look great... too bad the lighting isn't very good on the pics
Now this is a deep-set bolt-on neck:
The lower neck on that one is an F#, string, with a 2 fret extension on the head to bring it to E, and octave below a standard bass!
Wow ... the basses in the first post look amazing! Now I want one sooo bad! you've ruined my day, JP
BTW where is that ing smilie when you need it?
(there was once a thread about Jerzy Drozd basses that had a smilie the had a jaw that dropped six feet... but I couldnt find it...)
Wow, great looking basses!
Have you noticed how many singlecut basses are being made nowadays?