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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by mark beem, Jan 3, 2006.
On its way to me shortly!!
Nice!!!! I've grown to love high end Jazz Bass inspired instruments! That looks like a nice one.
ooooh , thexthay!
lol! That was the trans black body i had ordered, but eventually was unable to take delivery. it was originally slated for a maple board with black block inlays- enjoy it, bro!
It's a beauty!!!!!
The nicest Lull I`ve seen. How is the B on this basses?
Yes, another cool lookin' Lull
What kinda pups n pre-amp?
(White pickguard-White pickguard-White pickguard) Oh, sorry
Congrats on the new Lull! Looks like a GREAT bass...I really like the color scheme. Might have to order one of those up...that's sharp.
Basslines pups with an 18V Bart pre.
And thanks everyone...
Dammit Mark, not you too!
Beauty of a bass, enjoy her, and keep the pickguard - black pearl doesn't get nearly the amount of love it should.
Wow, two of your basses I now have...
I can't speak to this bass, but the B on my Lull P5 was excellent.
Yes, the Bs sound very good.
I must be getting old, because I am much more inspired by a well done Jazz then most of the high end boutique stuff. I appreciate the workmanship on the Ritters, Drzods, Foderas, and Smiths but even if I won the lottery I doubt I'd ever play something that didn't look like Leo desighned it!
Glad to hear you found a bass that makes you really happy Mark.
hey, you sound like Yoda !
it was never really mine, but i did commission the trans black bod- i have pics of it next to the block inlayed neck...
did you get the thru body b string ?
Great looking bass!
I love the look of that pickguard -- I'm thinking of getting a black pearl one for my black Lakland DJ5 -- it's a pretty sharp combination.
I bet that bass is one heck of a real player. Lull is featured in the "American Basses" book giving an excellent summary of frets and necks, no doubt for good reasons.