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Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by Ostie, Jan 15, 2021.
The Custom Shop will build it any way you want and charge you 3 times as much
American Ultra Luxe Extreme To The Far Out Max Like Totally Groovy In Your Face Series.
Fender Catalina Bass Deluxe:
A jag shaped 34' scale w/ dual fidelitrons and tele deluxe style pickguard, maple or pau ferro fretboard options...vintage white w/tort guard or natural yellow dye finish w/black guard are the color options.
American Professional Performer Road Worn Vintage Modified Alternate Reality String Theory Universe Jazzstang Deluxe Custom Special.
Fender Decision...do I really need another Bass?
You get extra credit for actually using The Symbol!
The Fender 2nd Anniversary Vintera Jazz Bass.
The Fender E-Z Relic Precision Bass. The paint is tempera ("poster paint") which flakes off as soon as you touch it, and the body is premium grade Styrofoam which is highly susceptible to denting, gouging, etc.
For mojo lovers with no patience!
The California Hot Rod Precision Bass.
It has no muffler and emits highly toxic clouds of lead exhaust.
Only available in '50s car colors.
This thread is way funnier than I anticipated.
The Fender Antartic Blue Super Sportswagon with the CB and Optional Rally Funpac.
And I did not order the Wagon Queen Family Truckster in Metallic Pee.
The Golden show** P-Bass
Fender Abbey Road model, to cause endless debate.
The Fender Doppelganger.
Looks like any other J or P bass but costs twice as much for no apparent reasons.
Well, Fender has had Bronco and Mustang basses, and so in keeping with the "Ford cars named after horses" theme, it must be time for the Fender Pinto.
The new Fender Custom Shop Master Build Elvis Presley signature Precision bass. Perfect for noodling with on the couch in your Jungle Room (not included). Comes with free impromptu bass lesson from Sir Paul McCartney maybe.
Which will catch fire when you slam the back end?
Rammstein would endorse those.
By that reasoning, if Fender made a T-40 they could call it the Clydesdale.
Ah yes, the Fender Déjà vu! You could just swear you've seen it before.
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