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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Woodchuck, Apr 17, 2003.
I know alot of you are going to disagree, but I think this bass is so cool looking.
I could dig it
This guy bought it.
Nothing like having a bass that matches your ears! Now all he needs is a Trace Elliot amp!
I like it.. I really like it.. someone wanna buy it for me?
Nice. Would look great in a reggae band.
no... I'm sure someone would try to roll it...
"ay mon want taxi... No? want smoke?"
UGG-LEEE! Whew! I'd be embarrased.
I think thats pretty cool.
I'd have to see it in person for a final opinion, but I'd have no problem owning it if it plays and sounds nice. As it's a brubaker, I'm sure it does.
Heck--no one could say, "It's just like mine!"
i like it! i actually just saw it on their site last night. is it me, or is there a black strip still on the neck? i'd like it better if it was a solid green fingerboard. i saw that roscoe can color the diamondwood boards he does, though i believe i've only seen the black ones.
That's a Brubaker "split-board." Maple under the high strings, ebony under the low.
Is there a tonal purpose of the split-board? Or just Æsthetics? Maple to give the hig strings a "crack" and ebony to give the lows some "beef"?
Come to butthead...
I like it
It is like a freakin Iguana or something.
That is one of my favorites quotes from that show.
replace that martian fingerboard with a smokin' snakewood board and i'd be all over that thang !
That's the idea, as I understand it. It's for purposes of sound, not appearance.
I love the green finish, but I would need more of a traditional fretboard. Natural Birdseye maple, or "Spalted Purpleheart", with matching green headstock.