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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ulasengin, Dec 26, 2014.
I will always be glad to promote Maruszczyk basses! Once again, here's my Mr. Tee.
Could you give detailed information about the characteristics of your bass guitar ?
Sure, check out my "NBD" thread here: http://www.talkbass.com/threads/nbd-bass-rarely-seen-on-tb.1093971/#post-16221748
Adding the link to the homepage ...
Matko Swięta!!!! Ale zajebiste!!
Mosze powiedzic że Polskie gitary sa chyba najlepsze na swiecie.
Wesołych Świąt !
I szczescie na nowego roku!
Beautiful basses. A brand with a name no one but a Pole can spell or pronounce, however, may have a tough road ahead...
What's the weight on that baby? And how does it balance?
Bathroom scale says 3.5 kg, might be slightly more, but definitely below 4 kg. Thanks to medium scale and Hipshot ultralight tuners, it balances quite well. I have come across many P and J basses with more neck dive.
One thing to bear in mind with the body shape is that there is no upper horn. Hence, the strap pin has a different location which moves the bass towards the left when you play. Therefore, the neck is about as far away as on a long scale instrument. You only realize it is medium scale because the frets are closer to each other.
Nevertheless, I got used to the bass quickly.
30''(short scale), 32'' (Medium Scale), 34'' or 35''(Long Scale) is available for Mr. TEE. If you have a Mr TEE lighter then 3,5kg (3,5 kg is very light),you should consider the hollowbody option.
I took delivery of my first Maruszczyk back in mid December. It's an Elwood 4a. Chambered alder body with ash veneer. ETS aluminum bridge. Hipshot Ultra Lites. Delano Times Square Series split coil pups and a Glockenlang 2-band preamp for the active. It also has passive mode. It weighs 7.8 lbs. It's the best bass I've ever owned. I'm sure Adrian would love to crack the US market. He will be attending NAMM out in Cali. I really hope people start to take notice of his work. I know for sure that I'll be ordering from him again in the future. The whole process took 3 months from when I first emailed him until the bass was in my hands. His prices are ridiculously inexpensive for what you are getting. The quality and craftsmanship of my bass is top notch.
The one on the right in that picture is mine. When I ordered it Adrian made two translucent green basses, one with the yellowed neck and two-saddle bridge and one with plain neck and a modern bridge. He let me pick the one that I liked the most and that was the version that I ordered.
Super! Adrian is an incredible player and fantastic luthier. Nice to meet you
I love the rear mounted recessed knob treatment on that, so much nicer looking than the control plate, especially when there's no pickguard. Nicely done.
Thanks and It has a special feature on this model. It is very light.
I'm digging the Jake 5. Anyone know the standard bridge string spacing? Some of the ones on the online shop specify 19mm, but doesn't say on the others. Also doesn't specify nut width.
Those black and orange / black and red basses are stunning. What an interesting / different look. They're all nice.
Have any of you played that Svoboda acoustic? Nice visual design, but how does it sound?
You can check the links about sound of Svoboda.
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