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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by funkycarnivore, Nov 23, 2002.
Here are my latest.
Fender Sting Signature--refin in black with matching headstock, Duncan Quarter Pounder single coil:
20th Anniversary Sting Ray:
I just had an orgasm looking at those.
Nice basses! Here's a photo of my Fodera, which you may have already seen. Got it just over a month ago.
I recently built a wooden cover for the electronics cavity. I'm not the best at wood working but I think it's much better than the stock plastic cover.
Funky you make me sick.. How can you afford all of these excellent basses? It seems you are getting a bass every other week.. I am jealous
Oh my god funkycarnivore...
Your now on my hit list... Does the 20th anniversary MM play as good as it sounds??
he uses government money.
how bout sending some of that my way funky?
Here's my new P-bass.
I think this one might be a keeper.
OK, I'll play Devil's Advocate.
I don't know about the -63 Laklands. Just looks like something's missing!
If I'm going to play a bass with ashtrays and a yellowed fingerboard, it's gonna be a Jazz (though it should really have a rosewood board).
And maybe it's just me, but I find the 20th Anniv. Stingrays to be downright ugly. Just about every other color configuration looks good to me, but not that one. I don't think figured maple belongs on a Ray.
Anyway, nice basses. Which ones did you lose to get these?
Status Energy 4, paid 615 EUR used.
New Clover courtesy of TB member slowburnaz. . .
It's nice, but I like my Hanewinckels better. It has a good sound, but a few buzzy frets. And the 36" scale is too big for my hands. The graphite neck and 36" scale make it kind of a monster - the day I got it I tuned it down a fifth to EADGC (E an octave below low E), and it still sounded pretty good! The neck didn't move a bit.
I'm thinking of selling it and the MTD Kingston and getting another Hanewinckel, bolt-on w/ the same pickup locations as on my fretless.
Wow funky has not one but, two fodera's! I thought one was all the average man could handle.