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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by incognito89x, Aug 25, 2003.
I find myself in the market for a fretless right now!
WOW! Is that actually REAL bubinga? That has got to be the best deal under 1000$.
They are made of solid alder and quilted maple top according to the website.
i think its a mess up, if u look that bass doesnt even have a top.i think iam going to be getting the 6 string fretted.
I think it's a bit odd that the text descriptions sometimes don't match the actual bass. Maybe Kurt's too busy to edit the text.
You noticed em too eh? I posted a thread a few nights ago about the Quilted maple 6 and Bubinga 6. I think the Bubinga will probably be my next bass. I want to start learning 6 but I don't want to pay too much in case I decide that I can't handle it. Anyone here know about a Brice 6 neck profile compares to an Ibanez Soundgear or Dean Edge? Thos are the only 2 6's I've ever played in a store.
Im going for that ^ as my next bass That thing is so purty!
I'd suggest contacting Kurt at Rondo directly with an email. He's been very good about answering questions.
dude.........I know what you mean!!! too bad I can't either hear sound clips or even get to try one out before playing.but that definitely sounds really cool!
If a person who has played mainley 4 or 5 string fretted...which one of those Bubingas would be better to get, Or the one that would be easier to 'grasp ahold of'?
6 string fretted or 5 string fretless?
that is the one I want. I have emailed Kurt about string spacing. I will post when I find out.
string spacing at the bridge is 3.5". That figures out to around 17.75 mm string pitch at the bridge. Not bad for a 6er.
If someone would just buy my ATK300, I could spring for one of the fretless 6ers!
post some pics and soundclips...I know someone looking for a good bass for the money...
man...I'm gassin so bad for that swamp ash, maple neck 5 string jazz! That thing is a beaut.
Those basses look like they don't suck at all.
Five: Check the classifieds. I have no soundclips, though, unfortunately.
By the way - did anyone else notice that the position markers on the fretlesses are placed similar to the Michael Kely acoustics - in between where the frets should be?
anyone gonna be the guinea pig?
Im seriously contemplating getting one now...i just gotta figure which would be better for me, 5 fretless or 6 fretted.