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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by tastybasslines, Aug 15, 2012.
Looks interesting...although I don't think I'd rock it myself...But cool design anyway.
Zakk Wylde's Graveyard Disciple design.
It'll be uncomfortable to reach frets 17+.
The headstock is particularly interesting. It makes me think of the fleur-de-lis. Those small metal/mirror bits are neat too. Never thought the coffin design looked great as a guitar. I don't imagine it's very comfortable either. What is that 12th fret inlay?
Well she IS a girl..
She still plays?
I used to have a crush on her when I was a kid. Some pics I have seen, think there recent, she is still very pretty. She was one of the bassist that influenced me and made me want to pick up the bass in my early years. always liked the White Zombie line up more than the current one.
Now back on subject. I would probably not play one but it fits her style/image and is kinda cool looking. I already got one crazy looking bass, don't need another, lol. Wonder if it neck dives?
Yup!! Here is a link to her current band
About 20 years too late, no?
It seems the marketing department as Schecter needs to be shaken up.
Be perfect for my Chicago Blues gig..... My 65 year old singer and harp player would both love it!
Maybe get me a Madison or Krank amp too!
Makes sense. She's been a New Orleanian for at least the last decade.
As much as I loved her back in the day, this bass is probably 15 years too late.
This. I wonder if he's seen it.
Was wondering when Schecter would release a signature production bass. Too bad its horrible.
If memory serves me correctly, the design of Sean's original bass preceded Zakk Wylde's by quite a few years!
And the design of Nekroman's bass predated both of them, plus his is an upright so it's way cooler:
Now that is cool!!!!!!!
I SO want one of those. Wow, that's cool.
somthing tells me there next signiture is going to be judas. when you plug it in it will simply say "i dont know you"