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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by LorenzoHW, Sep 24, 2016.
One for each day of the week, no?
All you need is that thumb
I always go back to the F bass though. As you can see from the wear on it!
Hey man if you don't want that thumb I happily accept donations
Haha, it's a unique Thumb so far as I know
, with those matched wings. 1988 and all original. Make me an offer!
Oh man that thing is HOT! I would love it but I can't come close to affording it, broke college kid here. A thumb is at the top of my GAS list, I just gotta keep on hoping
OK, good luck. Get back to me when you're less broke if you like. Am saving this one for a good home, I have had it since 1996 (bought it in a London pawn shop when I was a student, what a lucky find!); and I could not sell it to someone who didn't adore it the way I do ...
I borrowed your pictures and sent them to my ex wife and texted '' Ya see, this is what I was talking bout''. She texted me back and asked ''are they yours? I didn't reply (burn-witch-burn), had to do it, hope you don't mind.
You should have let the thread run until we guesed the basses!
You are right gebass6, my bad. Sorry. Impatient!
Meh, where's the pbass with tort & flats?
But seriously, have you tried a Vigier fretless like this, with metal FB? Gorgeous. And the F-Bass? even friendlier than the Sadowsky. Best 4-string I have ever touched. The Sadowsky has a marvellously even tone across 5 strings cos it is just so well made. But if you go back to four strings, as I have done recently (with EBS octave box, love it), the F-bass is pretty addictive
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