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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by JRBrown, Oct 23, 2003.
I've only seen one I like better.
That's a great top! The only ones I've liked better were Adrian's (former) buckeye and the walnut fretless made for a TBer.
What makes an F bass and F bass? They all like look jazz basses to me, besides the great looking tops and stuff, but I guess that all depends on where you are buying your jazz basses.
Spalted quilt? YUMMY!
* Wipes a tear from eye*
The beauty blinds me. Incredible top.
Flamed spalted maple.
I like the fretboard.
Man, that bass is soooo sexy, Like a work of art, if I owned it, I would be afraid to play it.
that's amazing. every time I see a F-bass they just get better looking. It will be mine, on yes, one day it will be mine!
beautiful wood, first-rate hand construction of all parts, custom pickups, matched-grain pickup and control covers, high-tech preamp, the list goes on.
take a look at www.fbass.com phenominal stuff. way out of my price range, though.
Nope. This is quilted maple.
Nice. Very nice.
I want it.
There's some spalt there.
And that bass is NICE.
HOLY CRAP!! He is alive!!
Hows it going bro'?!!
This Fbass is a piece of art.
Really beautiful!!! This top is one of the best I've ever seen.
spalted and quilted are really awesome together.
I found my F really pretty, but this one is really prettier...
It said on bunnybass that is was flamed spalted maple.
But it does look more quilted now that I look at it.
i love those pick ups.
that is one of the most beautiful F basses ever- and i can bet you it sounds like a monster , too!!
My fretless F has a decent maple top...
Very very nice... the only thing I dont like about it, though, is that the truss rod adjusting has to be done from the body-neck joint, so you have to remove the strings and theres a chance of hurting that nice top... well, ok, there are three more things I dont like about it: its not a 6-string, not a lefty and IT IS NOT MINE
But apart from that, it is very very nice
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