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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Pete Crane, Apr 24, 2003.
Picked this up from LAG. Dan was great to work with and Chris does beautiful work.
Beautiful man, is that burl redwood??
Now that's a great looking bass!
I've played 2 Stammie 4-strings recently, and the man does some incredible woodwork. Really beautiful basses!
I like the shape of yours a LOT! It is a beauty indeed.
Here's a good one from the LAG site. I had the pickups changed to Barts. Mine is the one on the left.
ah, you got one of the twins! Which one, bolt or NT? How's the tone? Need specs! We love details!
The top is Thuya Burl full face. Maple neck though with purple heart runners. Fretboard is cocobolo. The body is mahogany. Bart NTMB preamp and Bart pickups. She sounds Wonderful!
LOL i was going to say the exact same thing! That is one BEAUTIFUL BASS!!!
Sweet bass!! Congrats!!!
BIG Stammie fan here!!! That one is killer!!!
Looks good enough to lick !
That's how I judge all basses.
funny, Stachio, that's how I used to judge basses too, but then everybody started looking at me funny.
At least we don't actually do it, like the Dude does!
I think the Dude is the only who can pull this off and not look like a sicko
Looks cool Pete.
Very nice! Congrats.
That is an amazing bass! I agonized over it for a long time, and fell in love more and more as I played it...if I could have afforded two basses, that would have been the other one.
Make sure you wipe my and finger prints off, but good. I made sure to leave my mark on it.j/k
Congrats on the purchase!!!
Pete, Thats a beautiful Bass. I love the top!
Man!!! Nice! I want a Stambaugh!
maybe I should steal one from Brad
Congrats, Pete. Did you get a chance to hear it with the original pickups? Just curious.
Chris does great work IMO. Anyone looking for a custom should have him on their short list. He's also very reasonable pricewise.