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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by funkfish, Aug 21, 2002.
my MIM jazz has that also, i hate it.
yea. mine would look sooo cool without a pickguard, but it can't happen. i wonder if i could make a custom pickguard just to cover the channel, and have it be like just white.....hmmm.....
I think blue pearloid would look pretty cool.
purple pearloid. definitely.
Wow, tortoise shell is awesome, I want one
you should do some kinda green. i voted for toirtuse cause i thought it was green like a turtle . fender has a nice emerald green for their stratocaster check and see if there is a jazz model just a suggestion you asked for my input.
haha, my Essex doesn't have that... and I probably paid less then half of what you did.
anyway, on the topic:
I would go with the tortoise shell as well. A classic look on white. Either that or black pearloid.
I voted tortois. I like that tortoise vibe.
I've gone with white pearloid on white, but I think it depends on the color of the bass IMHO. Some body colors look better with white pearloid while others look better with tortoise shell.
ooooh, that sounds intresting....if you can find me a pic of a white bass/guitar with the thing yer talkin about, ill consider it....mmmm
how bout something like "vintage mint green?"
im gonna try throwing it in photoshop, i be back later
heres something similar.....i dono.
i like my basses clean.....no pickguard, i think it looks too much like a guitar, and ruins the look, but that's just me.
there are channals.
Wood is too beautiful to hide.
believe me, thats my plan. but fender is lazy and there are channels and a hole for holding the bass while finishing. therefore i cant take it off.....i really really want to get the same color body over the same wood from warmoth, then keep the fender body and start a ebay vintage parts bass on that....but first id need the warmoth body, and that would cost me $330. I have about $40. what do i do?
Where can you get the pickguards? I want the white pearl!
musiciansfriend.com for fenders
pickguards.com for cheap ones that fit.