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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by BassDmb18, Sep 5, 2004.
I would buy it, if it had the Dolphins on the fretboard.
I find the dolphin shape hard to like.
Play it, and find it hard to dislike. heh
It really is solid from tonal standpoint.
I've played one, I still have no respect for it. Who's in charge of this poor bass? Look at that fretboard. :scowl:
I had one of these, this is a bolt on neck, Dolphin Pro2, this bass will have the slimmest Warwick neck you've ever played. The finish looks good on this one, the one I had was similar ro a blue used by Ford in the eighties!
In the UK, these are usualy about £400 to £500, less than half a Pro 1, with Dolphins!!
I really wish they didn't have that goofy looking shape. They seem to sound awesome from people who've recorded with them, but I really hate the way they look. Too expensive, as well
That fretboard is hurtin man
GET THAT THING SOME LEMON JUICE
The Dolphin shape is great from a balance standpoint. I love those things. If I weren't such a Steinberger nut, I'd probably be all over a Dolphin (a neck through, anyway).
When did they start making a bolt on version?
I think they made them around 1994, I don't think they were in production for very long , unless someone can tell us otherwise!
Yup. It's like the anti-Thumb bass. Put that upper horn on a Thumb and you wouldn't see nearly as many of them on eBay.
OK, lemon juice and fret boards, someone enlighten me. I know it's for cleaning, but as to how to do it I have no idea. Can someone help me?
Lemon OIL, not juice. There are some threads about it in Setup I believe if you do a search.
BTW, I've never heard of anyone else saying they wouldn't buy a bass because it didn't have dolphin inlays.
"Y'know, I really was about to get that Fodera Garrison model, but it just didn't have enough dolphins on it...."
"I'll be honest.. fellas, the bass sounds great. But..they could've used a few more dolphins..."
"Guess what? I got a fever, and the only prescription is more dolphins!"
i'm so sorry
haha.. thats the only bass that statement works for..
I need more cowbell
Don't be.. I can barely type from the giggles...
If you don't mind I've got a spot for you on my signature...
for a while at least...
were those made in Germany o in Japan?