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My new Custom Shop short-scale

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by rockandroller, Feb 12, 2003.

  1. Finally, I got some almost half-decent pics out of my $100 digicamera...



    Lots more pics at the new Bebb-II WEB SHRINE: check out the close-ups of the FLAMED ASH :D
  2. Thats .. a keychain.... isn't it... ??
  3. yep, a 1500 dollar keychain...

    (you're very observant!) :)
  4. Zon Bass

    Zon Bass

    Jan 20, 2002
    Dallas, TX
    No, it isn't. Check the website. Either the guy that built it is the worlds smallest luthier, or it's real. The thing near the "headstock" looks to be some strings.
  5. Johnalex


    Jul 20, 2001
    South Carolina
    That looks awesome? how does it sound?:bassist:
  6. Well I didn't check the site Sherlock Homes :p Now that I did is doesn't look |------------------------| big
  7. I've never played one that sounded better! It totally blew me away (and I've been playing for almost 29 years!)

    Ash, maple, & ebony seem to be a magical combination. I'll post some sound clips in a couple of weeks... :bassist:
  8. That bass looks awesome. What is the scale length anyway?
  9. All the specs are posted at the Bebb Shrine, along with construction photos...

    The scale length is 30 and 1/8th inches, same as my Beatle bass.

    All 27 frets are accessible, thanks to a very nice heel carve :)
  10. Jeremy_X


    Jan 29, 2002

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