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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Deynn, Dec 6, 2001.

  1. Deynn

    Deynn Moderator Emeritus

    Aug 9, 2000
    I know what most people here think of Warlock basses, but there must be SOMEONE who can appreciate this one. I saw it recently on Ebay....it is an L.A. series, trans-purple finish and has been converted to a fretless.
    Does anyone know what the difference is with the L.A. series basses?
  2. Stuart Rosenberg

    Stuart Rosenberg

    Nov 24, 2000
    I own 2 Lulls and am going to but a third Lull P bass.

    One is a vintage 4 with 2 band Bart EQ with Fralin singles, and one is and Modern 5 with Bart jazz pick-ups and a 3 band Bart EQ.

    They are the best sounding and playing bass I ever owned in 25 years.

    I tried Lakland, Pedulla, Modulus, and others, Fenders which really "suck". Leo was a genius with his inovations, but never perfected the insturments "sorry". Lull perfected Leos design period.

    Please dont "bash" Smith he a great guy, opinionated but so what he believes in his product and is one of the most inventive guys around, not to mention a great player.
    I own a Smith 5 but thats a different sound and they are great basses and Ken is a nice Guy. I've been to his shop twice and he's more than nice and patient. Give it up!
  3. Wrong thread, dude.
  4. it has non-standard pickups and bridge too..
    I think this is a custom-made warlock, or somebody just took the warlock body and build a whole new bass around it.
  5. frankencow150

    frankencow150 Guest

    Oct 17, 2001
    anything by bc rich,hamer,or jackson i never really liked.It seems as if they concentrate on the look more than the sound and performance.allodox is right,that ones if probably alot better than the standard ones.But i mean its impossible to fit those things into the cases,they sound so muddy,and there all so heavy.
  6. L.A. series have P/J pups, and I BELIEVE don't have the Widow heastock. But I could be wrong.

    I do like the finish. But I always thought the Warlock looked kinda lop-sided.

    Rock on
  7. Bob Clayton

    Bob Clayton Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

    Aug 14, 2001
    Philly Suburbs
    i wasn't a Warlock lover before...but now i am


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