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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Blazer, Jan 6, 2007.
I guess with such a cult following it was only a matter of time though.
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...Yeah but where are they ... they don,t appear on the Ibanez web site (atleast not the ones I see)
They will be on the website after the winter NAMM. I got these pictures from the japanese site.
Well there ya go ... good detective work!
... Now IF we could only get Dave jr. over at Treker Guitars to remake the USA version.
Ugly. UUUUGLY. I'm sorry, but that is not a bass I'd play. I wanna know what this cult is, cuz I ain't following.
Well ...I guess I'd better start saving some $$$$$
We know they are back, there is a huge thread about what ibanez is bringing back for 2007!
They dont have the 400s tho
They are availible to pre-order on some websites, like www.thomann.de
It's a "private" cult just for us UGLY players ...
... But at least we're NOT as ugly as SR players ...
There some nice basses!
Is the last one a slipknot signature?
I need money now!
Still no room for a Hipshot X-tender on the headstock...
Simple solution, take out the A tuner, plug the hole, drill a new hole for the A tuner a little further forwards and move the A tuner there and presto: Room enough for the Hipshot extender.
(of course this is coming from somebody who has years of experience with repairing and modifying instruments. If you don't have any luthierie knowledge, let a pro do it.")
Yeah - I think I better leave the drill and bondo-ing to someone else...
For a while I had both, so I guess I'm REALLY ugly.
I am interested in seeing how these new ones stack up to the "vintage" ones.
The new truss rod adjustment looks nice!
No Natural Ash finish in the USA makes Rich a sad boy.
Do I have to travel to England just to get one of these?
I need that in 5 Strings PLEEEAAASE!