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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by funkfish, Feb 28, 2003.
these aint mine, but just to get things goin...
Mmmm...those are beautiful. I love the simplicity of the top one. Awesome stuff.
I think the binding cheapens it though, IMO.
Here's my little Rob Allen.
Notduane, how is your doubleneck tuned? What's the difference between each neck?
please give me a link. man i have gas for a fretless.
to bad i have to finsh making my fretless,and eub frist and buy a new rig. damm gas
Usually just EADG. Sometimes BEAD (when I can afford to
mess around with a 5-string set of Acousticores )
upper neck (T/I Acousticores)
Macassar Ebony fretboard over a beautimous piece of old-growth
(tight-grained) Mahogany for the neck. Mr. A got it from an antique
table . Birdseye maple skunk stripe and graphite inserts in the
Mahogany for stability, no dead spots. Alaskan bone nut.
Bluegum veneered headstock(s) to match the top
Fishman Acoustic Matrix Natural I piezo under a Corian® bridge
lower neck (Rotosound RS88-LD tapewounds)
Buttery Cocobolo board over a Birdseye Maple neck
Fishman Acoustic Matrix Natural II piezo
body -- one very large and light piece of Swamp Ash.
Sternum resonatin' sympathetic vibes between necks unplugged
top -- bookmatched Bluegum. Pretty (IMO) and dern near indestructible
bridge -- one-piece Macassar Ebony with matching knob-age
upper neck -- very mwah-y to borderline zing-y with insane sustain
lower neck -- major funk thump-age with gobs of doghouse airy-ness
COST ? (with custom UnderCover gig bag)
hmm...a little less than a 1 carat, Round Brilliant, Ideal-cut G-SI1 engagement ring