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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by spencejm, Jun 14, 2021.
Looks fantastic, Congrats!
Even with the hype, I wasn’t disappointed, that will look fantastic under the lights. Enjoy!
Niiiiccccee. A friend has the same in green metal flake and it looks fantastic under stage lights.
just curious because orange sparkle is a pretty loud statement, but what kind of playing will you be doing with this bass?
Very, very nice! Play it and enjoy it! It’s an attention-grabber!
Orange metal flake…..beautiful. That will make quite a statement on stage. Congratulations.
That thing is awesome!! I have an older mik l2500 in blk/maple, but its no lightweight lol. Great and versatile basses, have fun!!
That's a super light one...with a skinny neck. My L1.5K weighs 8 lb. 1 oz., and feels floaty as heck to me – almost to the point at which I have considered converting it into an L2K to add a little more weight to the body.
The controls won't take long to figure out. They're pretty easy to "get." You have a three way pickup selector switch that works like a classic Gibson switch, in terms of what it gives you. You have a thick/thin/medium (series/single/parallel) switch for the pickups. And you have a flat boost and a treble boost on the tail end, that you can bring in at any setting.
Just remember that you need not use your knobs dimed, and you'll be able to control the bass better.
I plan on putting on spectacular shows in my mind while I play in the basement!
That’s a real 4th of July sparkler.
Love mine... no doubt you'll love yours.
My most versatile bass.
One day I'll get a fish scale and find out if I should be depressed about how much it, and some of my other basses weigh.
That looks sweet.
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