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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Bryan R. Tyler, Apr 15, 2010.
Looking good in the neighborhood.
Me too! What irons?
Here you go!
Just had to add the black heastock real quick.
The HB. But I'm starting to go back to the 44 a little bit more, especially with the new stuff I'm trying to put together. Just has that more modern edge to it's sound... mainly due to the fact that I've got Lo-Riders on the 44 and some now well worn-in LaBella Flats on the HB.
Man, those Hansons are real quirky lookin', not in a bad way though, I like how they've gone for a different look.
My favourite guitar position is still held by a telecaster...even though it's F*****
Thanks Markus, you're a gem
I definitely want a Decade, they're hot!
In time.... Damn you GAS!!!!!
Cool man! I might have to try flats on the HB again, but these Dunlops keep arguing with me
Yeah...I totally love them! Did you see this?
He he he! Yeah...that is one of a couple basses I would never get rid of.
What are the others?
I know the Surfer isn't one (unless you were lying on the LOG about a trade), and you mentioned moving the 4-07, but I don't know how serious that was...
MOJO and the Sea Monster?
Yep I sure did, but she ain't no tele
Anyway, back to Laklands.
I love them!
They just sound so perfect on it. Like, exactly what you'd expect a hollowbody to sound like in the traditional sense.
The LaBellas are finally worn in enough to where they get that nice growl on the low-end.
MOJO and Decade for sure. They were my first two. MOJO because of the color, and the Decade because of the book, and signed by Dan. But all of the basses, I love. Sea Monster is right there too. Can't not have a P bass, but the Decade could do it too. I just tend to get bored after a while, and want to try something different.
Yeah...I know that, but closer! Love that one! Nice grain on that Lakland!
Hmmm...I might have tho throw the JOs on it that it came with.
Signed by Dan? Can you elaborate on that?
The back of the headstock is signed and dated by Dan when they built it.
Wow, I think I'm in love. Dig the black headstock on that too.