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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by egotistical, Mar 30, 2004.
if you own one please post pics... ive just become interested in these odd basses
I had a Westone Quantum for a while - it was pretty cheap. Sounded quite big though.
Sorry for the big pic!
I'm taking donations to get Las Olas some photo editing software..
LOL! Nice shirt .. "KING OF ASS"
looks cool, i saw that model and i didnt think much of it but it looks a lot better on a strap
i just two days ago got my first bass: a Westone Spectrum ST Bass.... it feels much better than the other bass's iv tried, my friends also seem to like havin a play around with it , pic comming soon - i took photo tonight il put the disposeable in later lol.
I have a couple, and have owned two others.
Electra Westone Spectrum fretless, with extra fretted neck
Here is one that I used to own, a Westone Pantera five string.
mmmmm very tasty!
Las Olas - http://www.geocities.com/rhynster/bassquantum.html lol seems that bass you had was pretty rare
Man, that site is full of wild inaccuracies! The Quantum came out before the Rail. While the Rail is more common, I have personally seen at least 5 Quantums in person, and at least 5 or 6 more on Ebay. And it mentions the fact that Westone used graphite necks. No they did not.
whats the quantum like to play? any good? looks like something pretty tasty to turn a few heads down here in sydney australia
It's a lot of fun to play. The neck is a bit chunky, and it takes a little time getting used to not having a headstock. And because of the way it hangs on a strap, it is a pretty far reach to the lowest position. But it is a good sounding, decent bass. With the neck pickup soloed, it sounds a lot like a P bass. The bridge pickup is pretty honky soloed, but gives the neck pickup some bite and growl when blended.
sounds just like my Hohner B2A.
the tight string spacing is bit awkward for rock 8th and 16th note fingerstyle.