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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Jon Maghini, Jun 16, 2003.
Here are a few pictures of a recently completed 7 string...
Here is a close up of the front...
Very, very nice. That's easily one of the nicest 7s I've ever seen. I love the block inlays!
What are the pups?
I like what I can see of the neck.. the inlays and laminates.. look awsome.. very unique.
Holy Optical Illusion Batman! In the second pic it looks like the third string is really thick over the pickups, then magically thins over the fretboard. Just a trick of the angle w/ the neck veneer.
Anyway, very nice.
Nice! Whered you get that wood?
exquisite! and those knobs just complete the bass so well. thumbs way up!
I dig it, but the block inlays kill it IMHO
One quibble,, It looks like it might have some baaadd neck dive,, the upper horn only comes to the 15th fret, combine that with the massive neck and
I like the block inlays and the "aum" symbol. Looks like it will feel good sitting too, with the way the bottom horn is curved. I am halfway through my first seven-string, and I hope it comes out as nice. Great work,
The burl maple was actually leftover from another project, It was purchased from a local sawmill in Mass. As for the balance,it's perfect.
It has more to do with the size of the body rather than the upper cutaway. And the beast weighs in at 9 1/2 lbs...
Looks really nice, almost like a flattened-out Elrick
Cool 7 string, this one is also awesome.
Is it just me or does it look like you could land a Cessna on that neck?
Very nice work Jon!
Hey Jon. You've got PM. I need directions to that sawmill!
I was thinkin' a 777 myself...
Here are a couple more pictures of the bass close up...