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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Jean Baudin, Mar 26, 2006.
Congrats to you and JP for a wonderful bass
The headstock is as big as the body!!
YES !!!! What an incredible instrument ! Next weekend...
that thing is sick dude!!! (in a good way).. looks amazing
Incredible bass. Two quick questions:
* How is it tuned?
* What are the string gauges?
Wow that thing is gigantic , enjoy !
that is out. of. con. trol.
Can I ask a question that's been floating around my head for a while? How do you fret the lower register strings? Can your hand actually reach them or are they used primarily for your tapping excursions?
Everyone thought I was nuts when I had my Hamer 12 string, but that was of the octave string type.
That is wonderfuly nuts!!!!!....Its a beauty
Have fun with it!!!!! Me Ill stick with my 8 string octave bass
Fantastic! Another piece of art from JP! Congrats!
It will be an incredibe week end dude!!!
Congrats jean, see you on Saturday
+1! How do you get to those positions?
Woah, amazing, where's the sheep though? .
Congrats to Jean on the bass and a big thumbs up to JP basses on the incredible build. Very nice.
whats it tuned to?
absolutely ! see you next weekend
That is incredible. What a work of art.
Congrats, looks great.
One Question: Where's the sheep?
Each and every string is tuned to E. Right Jean?
Jean, could you post a video of you play on the low strings? Just regular fingerstyle. I've seen anyone actually playing in the low register.
That bass is incredible though. What's next!