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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by svlilioukalani, Jul 20, 2021.
Nothing about this would normally be my cup of tea. I LOVE it. That's some craftsmanship right there.
Beautiful! And definitely some cool, unique works of art on the website!
I have a buddy in Walla Walla... I'm going to see if he knows about the company.
That is gorgeous love that roasted neck
I hope it sounds half as good as it looks!
Good gravy, that is one stunning bass!
Man, that is one gorgeous bass!! Congrats.
Wow! I’m drawn to those dot inlays for some reason. The color is reminiscent of the clay dots of Fenders past. I keep staring at them, and feel a pang of guilt, as if someone was about to say, “My eyes are up here.”
What a stunning bass.
So. What exactly is the top made of? Is that laminated paper on wood?
She is 34 inches.
The top is made of wood that is laser etched. So the pattern is engraved into the wood. It looks way better than the photo's show.
I love a roasted neck! But this one isn't. It is a Honey Stain with Tru-Oil Finish. I don't know how they got oil to look and feel that good.
That little thing is a sound port shaped like a circle with a star. It is supposed to make it so you can hear it better with out the amp on. I don't think that it does much if anything. That that would be more effective on the guitars they make. It still looks kind of cool.
Agree with all the positive comments. This thing is slick. Play it in good health!
I took a more few more photos of my bass. I took off the Strings that the bass came with and put on my favorite DR Fat beams. It made an amazing difference to my ears. This is one fine sounding bass!!!
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