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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Taustin Powers, Oct 30, 2003.
I present to you the "T-Bass":
I should get her next week.
very, very, perdy'
Good lookin', bro! Can you list the specs for us?
Item: Custom Four String Bass
Neck through construction
Neck laminations: 5 piece maple/wenge stringers
Fingerboard: Birdseye maple
Face marker dots: none- custom T inlay at 12th fret
Scale length: 34
Neck width and profile: Similar to Warwick Streamer Stage 1
Fret size: Medium
Number of frets: 24 plus zero fret
Graphite reinforcement: No
Headstock cap: Matching body wood
Headstock shape: Custom per sketch
Finish: Hand rubbed satin
Shape: Custom per sketch
Body wood: Swamp ash
Top wood: Crotch Maple
Finish: Hand rubbed satin
Pickup(s): Bartolini CB series soapbars with ebony covers
Preamp: Aguilar OBP-3, 18 volt
Controls: Volume, blend, treble, mid, bass; mid freq switch, two coil tap series/parallel switches
Active/passive switch: Push/pull on volume
Output jack side or front: Side
Hardware color: Gold
Bridge: ABM with roller saddles and top loading, 19mm spacing
Tuners: Gotoh GB7
strap buttons: Recessed Dunlop strap locks
Strings: DR Hi Beams .100-.040
Case: Gator Cases semi-hardshell case
Tone: Bright, percussive, punchy, not overly bright, lots of wood in the sound
I love that shape.
Looks pretty cool, Taustin! Any pics of the back? The last three frets are pretty far down on the body-are they easily accessible?
Pic of the back:
Couldn't tell you about the accessibility of the frets - I don't have it yet. But it does look like it might be challenging...
It looks like Jack did good for ya. I got a chance to play a bunch of his basses and they were all very good. The cool thing was that they were all different necks, weight, electronics, styles, but they were all very well done. He reminds me more of builders like Rob Allen and Rick Turner than someone like Benevente or Hanewinkle.
Looks like a pretty killer bass, TP! Congrats!!! I really like the cleanliness of the design and LOVE the top.
Although I don't own any of Jack's basses, I have always been a fan of his work. You've got a beautiful instrument there. I hope it brings you a great deal of enjoyment.
Very, very nice !!!!
Very nice looking.
Not a big fan of the small headstock though
I second that!
That came out to be a very beautiful bass! Tell us more. I know that you've played out with it!!! I just talked to Jack....
That's one of my favorite maple tops yet. You should be thrilled.
Damn man!! That looks so awsome man... I don't like the small headstock either, but that is one badass bass.
Jumpin' jahosifat yeeha!