If you had the chance to have a company name a bass model after you...

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Fire-Starter, Aug 24, 2003.

  1. Fire-Starter

    Fire-Starter Supporting Member

    Aug 11, 2002
    I have a ways to go, but for those who would/could.....
    If you had the chance to have a company name a bass after you,

    1: who would you choose (Fender,Ken Smith,etc...)
    2: what would you call it
    3: how many strings

  2. I'd call it the Fieldy and it would be made by Ibanez.
  3. Brendan


    Jun 18, 2000
    Austin, TX




    *So named because my bass playing is offensive, inacurate, dangerous to use, and shows up below radar when you need it least. My bass would bear that burden of shame.
  4. Figjam


    Aug 5, 2003
    Boston, MA
    4 string headless, de tunable bridge, Active EMG's, carbon fretboard, Clear body.

    It would look like this, body shape wise, but it would have frets, and a de tunable bridge.

  5. conklin
    6 fretless and fretted(ide also design the entire thing myself)
  6. the_faceless666


    Mar 3, 2003
    Music Man
    Grace Bass
    4 string fretted

    A Blonde bass, with no pickguard, all active electronics, 2 humbuckers and piezo.
  7. RevGroove

    RevGroove Commercial User

    Jul 21, 2002
    Burlington ON Canada
    Manager, Account Services: Long & McQuade Ltd. (Burlington); MTD Kingston Basses International Emerging Artist; Bartolini Electronics Emerging Artist
    The Spector Groove 4-5-6

    Oh yeh, you know you want one!!!

  8. PollyBass

    PollyBass ******

    Jun 25, 2001
    Shreveport, LA

    Or, any wal I could etch my name into.
  9. Matt R Miller

    Matt R Miller

    Apr 27, 2003
    the Carbonite bass :D
    5 string

    2 jazz pups and 1 P pup 3 band eq 5 way pup selector switch and volume for all the pups w/ push/pull for passive mode
  10. brake


    Jun 23, 2003
    Nova Scotia, Canada
    either a Spector NS or a modded Fender Jazz, and it would be called mintbass.
  11. jdombrow

    jdombrow Supporting Member

    Jan 16, 2002
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Only one logical choice:

    A Sadowsky Dombrowski!!

  12. D.A.R.K.


    Aug 20, 2003
    the eddie torez

    3 string tuned b-a-d

    made by yamaha
  13. Conklin
    Bernie Connors Signature Model
    9 String
  14. Planet Boulder

    Planet Boulder Hey, this is a private residence...man Supporting Member

    Nov 10, 2001
    6,482 feet above sea level
    I once had impure thoughts. Oh, and I pluck my ear hair.
    Curbow or Sadowsky, definitely.

    Curbow: 6 string fretted with single Bart soapbar and active Bart pre.

    Sadowsky: Black 4 string active Jazz with tortoise shell pickguard, maple neck, black block inlays, brass nut, Badass II bridge, Bartolini jazz pickups and preamp.

    It's probably a safe bet that I'me a fan of Barts. :D
  15. cwbassist


    Aug 23, 2003

    chris walls model

    5-string with no controls of any kind except a 3 position mid cut/boost swicth (I don't know if that kind of switch even exists) and a built in distortion switch, 2 5-string jbass pickups on a jaguar body shape, a super thin graphite reinforced v shape neck and a lefty (5+0 tuning key configuration) headstock (with a black finish), black pickgaurd and a natural finish on an ash body
  16. Musicman


    5 strings

    2 Humbucking Pups, with a SR4 pickguard and a body simlar to a SR5 but singlecut.
  17. cwbassist


    Aug 23, 2003
    I changed my mind about the electronics, still with the j pickups I'd want a single volume control and a pan control on it but on the side of the body I want a three band eq that can only be adjusted with a screw driver so I don't bump the nobs and screw up my tone
  18. Warwick five string dolphin shape, all controls hidden inside electronics cavity except slap contour switch, hipshot drop d tuner, Warwick jazzman pickup config.

    And i don't really care what its called.
  19. Rickenbacker.
    4 strings.

    I guess the only change I'd make would be the neck pickup would have to be height adjustable, and the bridge more easy to intonate. As it is, set up is the only major pain on this bass.