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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by bmc, May 4, 2006.
oh boy... lol
Where's that B.S. smiley flag when you need one?
So...this week, you're doing a gig in bar with a concrete floor, walls, ceiling. Next weekend, you're in a small bar with a hollow wooden stage at the back of the room. The week after, an outdoor gig with a backline.
This bass will cure all of your EQ situations?
How about you drive and I shovel for a while?
I like pointy basses but don't care much for this one. And I don't need to justify my liking for pointy basses.
Pretty cool i'd say. Good theory.
Too bad they're ugly as sin.
So...I guess it's made like a Danelectro, with sides cut out of a 2 X 4 and masonite top and back?
Imagine showing up to a church gig with one of those flame models.
That is the greatest description of a bass that I've ever read.
why won't 80's hair metal die already?!
That would hurt if you sit down the wrong way with it!
hmm...is that a Spector neck bolted on a kid's table?
That flaming body really tells you what you should do with this thing, huh? FWOOOSH !
I wanna know how they trained the low sounds to go to the left and the highs to the right. That would be helpful in a lot of situations! :scowl:
A local dealer has the guitar version of this thing. It is just as ugly in person plus it costs $1,100!
Doesn't it look vaguely like a "noodley appendage"?
I wonder if it isn't....
So much technology and in the end only metal heads who play with full distortion are going to use it...
I re-read it, and see now that it's special ordder. Shouldn't that be "special odder?"