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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Dr. Cheese, Sep 14, 2017.
This really makes me miss my Ken Smith so much!
Older Ken Smith BT's with the larger headstock - best basses ever made.
The tone of that Ken Smith is hefty and sweet!
I make a point of habitually clicking on any thread that has "Chuck Rainey" in the title...
Well Ken Smith custom build a Chuck Rainey or not?
That was indeed a Ken Smith built to Chuck Rainey's specifications. It was made in the mid to late Nineties, as far as I know.
Man, is that dude, umm medicated? A bit hard to take IMHO. A real review would have been nice.
he was definitely high on Ken Smith, yikes!
Damn, that thing has tone for weeks! I think I'll go play my Smith now.
Funny how we see things differently.
I thought the polar opposite. Finally! A review that is FUN as well as informative. I could hang out with that guy easy.
(Bonus points for saying "Kin Smiff" about a hundred times.)
Every Ken Smith I have ever played has been totally awesome and smoked all the other basses in that category of "costs way too much money".
The most recent one was a custom made Burner 5 that had J pickups but yet still had incredible midrange presence and never got too harsh in the upper registers.
Rub it in dude!
If it makes you feel any better, I don't have Johnny Long's skill.
I have seen your videos. You have me beat by a mile!
With a Ken Smiff, you get that balls thing happening.
He is not everyone's cup of tea, but I think he is entertaining, and
I get to hear some incredible basses in the process.
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