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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Osama_Spears, Aug 24, 2003.
Post 'em...I guess....or whatever
an early 4 string satine bass:
Damn JP...your basses are so freaking sweet...I love the first one especially keep up the good work man!
Wow! That third one looks funky
It doesn't even exist yet tho...It's just a few blocks of wood laying around Darrin Huff's shop right now!
An unlined fretless Overwater...
My fretless Bolaers custom.
Brian's Chambered Single Cut Benavente
I'll try to remember to bump this thread back up in Jan. when I get my Fretless 51
I love how the warwick unlined fretless look.......to me it just looks right
THis one kills me everytime !
Is there a real sonic difference between rubber and regular strings ?
nahhh, not really. I got it to impress chicks
ok, so it's not mine, but I'm playing it!
Three from my stable: A 1978 Fender Precision, a late nineties Roscoe SKB-3006 and a 2001 Fodera Monarch 6.
These were at the Summit, and I never got to play the new one!!
My next bass will be an unlined fretless 5 or 6 string bass. I have a Roscoe SKB-3006 and love it. How does your Fodera compare to the Roscoe?
I've always been impressed with the Foderas, but during a recent trip to a music store with a number of both (all fretted), I noticed that the B strings on the Foderas were a bit floppy. Not as much as I've seen on other basses, but floppy none-the-less.
Comments??? And of course from others who have had experience with both.
Disclaimer: I know that Foderas are great basses. That being said, some Fodera owners can be a bit protective of anything said about them. I'm just looking for some objectivity. Thank you in advance.
My old F-Bass Fretless 4, pre-BNF4 (made in 1985), now in the Bunnybass museum.
I just got this one off Ebay. It hasn't arrived yet so I don't have any real good pics yet. Probably the cheapest one on here, but not bad
Cort Artisan B4FL