So what do you guys think of the cort curbow basses?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by de la mocha, Dec 2, 2005.

  1. de la mocha

    de la mocha Guest

    Aug 20, 2005
    Joint Bolt-on
    Neck Hard rock maple
    Body Luthite
    Nut Graphite
    Fretboard Ebonol
    Pickup Bartolini active MK1
    Headmachine Diecasting(Black)
    Bridge EB(10)4(Black)
    Endpin Traditional(Black)
    Knob PB type(Black)
    Fret Large style (2.7mm x 1.1mm)
    No.Fret 27
    Fretboard width 1F:22F=40mm:62mm
    Fretboard radius 15 3/4"
    Neck depth 1F:12F=19mm:21mm
    Position Mark No
    Electronics 1vol-3ton-1t/g
    Preamp Bartolini MK2
    Available color CBS, GM, WHC

    I absolutely love man. It's light as air, has the perfect tone (my Sublime Bass Tone :D ) all with a unique look. The battery compartment pops right out without having to unscrew anything, and the candy apple red glossy finish reminds me of a sport's car, that's why I bought a checkered finish line shoulder strap!

    I've never seen anybody else with a cort curbow, are they rare? I bought the only one the Guitar Center had in stock. The only thing bad about this bass is when you sit down, the horn is a little too short, but other then that, it's my perfect bass, like it was specifically designed for just me. To me, it's perfect for ska, reggea, punk, and the indie stuff I'm doing.

    What's your opinion? And are these basses rare or unpopular?
  2. de la mocha

    de la mocha Guest

    Aug 20, 2005
    Ooops, I forgot about that.....I'm at work and I and I had a little bit of time to post a thread..... :p
  3. ain't no fact, you didn't end up getting the fretless... so......