it's alive! my warmoth is assembled!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by KyleSerlington, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. been planning this thing since august

    charger green swamp ash body
    gotoh 201 bridge
    Dimarzio Model P and Model J pickups
    slim taper maple neck and board with a satin finish
    21 stainless steel vintage sized frets
    black block inlays
    steel stiffening rods
    Black TUSQ nut

    it plays, sounds, and looks great! i might try to do a video demo soon of this through my Fender Studio Bass Amp



  2. mellowgerman


    Jan 23, 2008
    Orlando, FL
    loving the maple and the green! also, compliments on the pickup choice, good sir
  3. RedMoses

    RedMoses Supporting Member

    Jul 4, 2012
  4. Stealth

    Stealth Supporting Member

    Feb 5, 2008
    Zagreb, Croatia
    That's a very unusual, very brave and very cool color.
  5. aln413


    Jan 23, 2008
    Fontana, Calif.
    Hell yea, looks good!!!
  6. EagleMoon

    EagleMoon Supporting Member

    Jul 13, 2007
    Phoenix, Arizona
    Looks great! I LOVE that color. And I'll bet that headstock helps a lot with neck dive.
  7. El-Bob

    El-Bob Supporting Member

    Oct 22, 2006
    Hamilton, ON
    This is one of the coolest Warmoth builds I've seen yet!
  8. That looks sweet! I bet it sounds killer too..
  9. Bassist4Eris

    Bassist4Eris Frat-Pack Sympathizer

    Aug 11, 2012
    Upstate NY, USA
    Don't know why, but I love when someone puts a 2+2 headstock on a Fender-style bass. The maple board with black blocks is a great look too. Nice job!
  10. MRDOOM


    Jul 16, 2009
    That's VERY cool. I've always wanted to make a Warmoth P/J.
  11. WoodyG3


    May 6, 2003
    Colorado, USA
    Wow! I am really digging that color!
  12. srxplayer


    May 19, 2004
    Highland, CA
    Wow! Nice job. I dig that color combo a lot.
  13. pacojas

    pacojas "FYYA BUN"

    Oct 11, 2009
    the black hardware makes that green really pop! well thought out, congrats!:)
  14. CGramazio

    CGramazio Supporting Member

    Jan 20, 2011
    San Tan Valley, AZ
    Endorsed Artists: Tone-Guard Anodized Aluminum Pickguards, JAM Pedals
    Striking!! Great job!
  15. thanks guys! the headstock was the most last minute decision i made, and when i ordered it i thought it was gunna be a little bigger, which i think would look better but i still like it. i also thought the maple was gunna be a little darker but i'm sure i'll dirty it up over time to make it darker. i like the way it turned out so down the road i'm gunna build another bass, probabaly a replica of a 70's fender p-bass in Mocha