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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Dan Molina, Jul 28, 2007.
Do you like them and would you like to see them on production basses?
I like them.....lots
But I also like dark fretboards, so it's kind of a toss up
Yeah, I do! Very much, as it happens.
There was Japanese (Matsumoko factory) brand in Europe in the 1980s, called Westone, who used to do this on their "Spectrum" series of guitars and basses. I think it looked really hot, although, pretty awful once the paint started to chip off .
I'd like to see it used more, ideally on a black, or white bass.
I like it
hmmm.... Id have to try one. The look ok though
i think it would be auome if fender would do that
No, not interested.
Would make for a real ugly refret down the road I would imagine, and look pretty ratty once you wore through the paint from playing.
TOTALLY depends on the bass..
I do not know what Dean were thinking when they made those.
I want a green Dean!! It's dirt cheap too!!
One of the best looking basses of all time is the all-white Warwick Streamer that Stuart Zender used. There's a version of it in the Warwick Custom Shop gallery at www.warwick.de (I would post a link but it's all frames, etc.)
When it comes to that bass, I am definitely pro-painted fretboards!
i love painted fretboards, though i am pro-painting for anything. if it was me i'd put together a bass, dip it in black paint, leave to dry then play.
Thank you firefox!
beat me to it
That is the nicest wick ive ever seen
I like the look. It would have to be stained tho for my intrest - don't like the feel of a 'glossy' (sticky) neck. Great look tho!
I don't like painted fretboards all that much.
a flame board would be cool
painted with painted bodies, not with natural