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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Blazer, Jan 31, 2006.
Don't ask just look...
I'm thinkin' of getting the swiss army bass...
"For example, the Swiss Army model has special attachments. These allow the user to activate a swing out beer holder and ashtray."
Atleast he's honest about what he's selling
Have you listened to the soundclips of their Touchstyle instruments though? They sound very cool, and they dont look too bad either
At last, I have an alternative to Wish bass!
Of Equal or Lesser Value!
I like the owners page, looks like people he grabbed off the street...and his own children.
Primative Bongo Sighted????
Sorry... I had to do it!
those are awesome, i really liked the eat my shorts bass or guitar i dont remeber what it was.
the touchstyle dont sound bad
did u actually buy that thing? its hilarious!
true...at least he said it was recorded on a touchstyle...
Listen to the sound clips. They're really not that krappy.
beat me to the chase. Somehow I posted before you though...
Intresting, under artists, I did not find Mark Hoppus or Adam Clayton sponsering the one string punk bass.
Keith Richards: Under Negotiation.
the touch style ones look nice
From the website:
TOUCHSTYLE instruments have a 34" scale, with 10 or 12 strings, and 24 frets. Two EMG pickups send bass and treble signals to a stereo output jack. The blunt description offered in the earlier manifesto doesn't apply to these guitars. High quality hardwoods including mahogany, maple, walnut and occasionally oak form the neck and body of these tapping beauties. A rubbed oil finish brings out the rich grain of these contrasting woods. Call or E-mail for a quote on pricing.
Im assuming the rest of the website is a marketing gimmick or a luthier just having fun. the touchstyle guitars look good enough to be warrs. bet they are expensive, or at least not cheap, too.
Krappy's also a member here, and a rather strait forward guy from what I've seen from his posts.
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