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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by BassBoyLeroy, Jul 15, 2003.
Check out this p-bass!
That bass is not my thing. Guess I'm not rude.
Ah well.. the world needs more nice people anyway
As much as i love P's...that one is uh...certainly...'busy'
Not my style.
I like checkered shoes, not basses.
I understand decorating a bass like that, but why do it to a vintage instrument?
And it cant be for the sound, they gutted the electronics.....
Was cool till I saw it was a 69.
it's okay IMHO with the checks, but that weird stripe was what really turned me off. and that horrible head. who wold buy something with FENDER written on it??
Yeah, the stripes suck. I agree. but, for all you rude boys out there, you could be the rudiest rudy ever.
Talk about an (early) 80's special!!
If it came that way from the factory it would have a checkered past.
i would take it.
OMG SEXY SEXY SEXY and did i mention SEXY? Wow, now i people will know that i play ska without even hearing me play! Amazing! I saw a Gibson modified Kalamazoo bass a while ago with the same finish, sadly, i missed that auction too.
=( Wow, i need 700 bucks. Anyone care to lend to a fellow rudeboy?
preach it bother, preach it
What does it matter if it's vintage or not? To quote Brian King from Lord Only "If it improves sound or playability, anything is fair game." I would say the same about looks, if the guy that got it done thinks that looks better.
I like the checks... Steve Harris had a bass like that, but the stripe is lame.
man that is punk, slap a pink sex pistols sticker on it. that would certianly be a nice sounding bass though.
Who is Brian King and Lord Only?
The "don't modify a vintage bass" isn't as clear-cut as you think, the bass may have been modified when reasonably new, no-one would have objected to it at the time, and the bass would not have had the vintage stamp on it. But I would cringe a bit if someone modified a really old instrument in that way today.
Ok, who let Rick Nielsen paint the bass?