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New Bass Build !

Discussion in 'Welcome Forum - New Member Intros' started by Jbskateboards, Sep 28, 2018.

  1. Jbskateboards


    Sep 28, 2018
    192EC46B-5A84-4995-9F34-FE30F6CAF078.jpeg This week I finished piecing together a really cool “Frankenstein”, made of parts from the New Fender player series basses.
    Buttercream Precision body w/ tort, jazz PF neck, La Bella flatwounds, & stock electronics I find to work very well. Total build a little over 8 lbs.
    I’ll be using this in a Soul / jazz / funk band , actually right now it’s my only bass and I love it!
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    saabfender, Jigmay and Oddly like this.
  2. Oddly


    Jan 17, 2014
    Dublin, Ireland.
    That's a real beauty.
    My OCD kickjs in a bit at seeing the 'Jazz Bass' decal on a Precision, but other than that it looks totally perfect.:D
  3. Jbskateboards


    Sep 28, 2018
    Thanks my friend!
    I know it’s a little odd seeing that! ... .But It sounds and plays awesome!
    Oddly likes this.
  4. saabfender

    saabfender Inactive

    Jan 10, 2018
    That neck looks great. The whole looks is really cool. Just did the Jazz neck on P-Bass body parts bass thing myself. Can hardly put it down. Don't know why I didn't do something like this before. Hope you don't mind my sharing:

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  5. Jbskateboards


    Sep 28, 2018
    Thanks man! I played a whole bunch of of basses at my local music stores, and just couldn’t get totally comfortable, so I decided to build my own idea.

    Your bass looks awesome as well, nicely done!
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