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The Official MARUSZCZYK CLUB!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ulasengin, Dec 26, 2014.


  1. AcridSaint

    AcridSaint ベーシスト Supporting Member

    Jan 30, 2012
    Raleigh
    I don't play well.
    I have only had mine for a short while, but it came setup very low and definitely "buzzable". I'm not sure about that aspect for you, because I've never owned a Warwick. It plays as good or better than any Warwick I can recall playing, but those would be just Guitar Center instruments or a quick look at someone's bass. I find the Elwood that I have to be more quite playable and a little "easier" to play than my SB-2 or my main jazz bass. Definitely better than any Fender I've played. It is my first 14" radius, which may be part of the playability. The only bass I've personally handled that seemed to take a lower yet still playable setup was a Fodera, of course at a considerably higher price tag.
     
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  2. fast slapper

    fast slapper

    Dec 11, 2001
    Fresno, CA
    Came out a little more red than I was expecting but looks great regardless. Waiting for shipping confirmation.

    IMG_3543.jpg
     
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  3. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy Supporting Member

    Feb 23, 2016
    Albany NY
    Looks great.....My blue Elwood looked awful in the sofa shot and I nearly refused to take it.....

    When it arrived....:drool:....

    So...wait and see....:thumbsup:
     
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  4. BassmanM

    BassmanM

    Feb 17, 2011
    Hamburg, Germany
    Congratulations! :thumbsup::cool:

    And indeed, my basses also looked different on the sofa shots than in real life.

    Looking forward to your report!

    Edit: This is the 2nd Cazpar here in the past few days which makes me wonder if I am actually GASing for one....:drool:
     
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  5. loopee

    loopee Supporting Member

    May 12, 2009
    Surrey, B.C. Canada
    I've been trying NOT to get a Cazpar for quite a while now.......gasin'
     
  6. TonyRo

    TonyRo Supporting Member

    Jun 29, 2017
    Cleveland, OH
    That's a tight lookin' axe. Not too red to me friend, enjoy!
     
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  7. fast slapper

    fast slapper

    Dec 11, 2001
    Fresno, CA
    I was looking at a short-scale 5-string thread and saw a mention of the Cazpar configurator a few months ago...didn't last too long after that. It has pretty much all the options I wanted at a decent price.

    Will record a clip when I get my new interface in a month or two.
     
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  8. AcridSaint

    AcridSaint ベーシスト Supporting Member

    Jan 30, 2012
    Raleigh
    I don't play well.
    Can confirm other replies. My green looked far lighter than the model and I was a little scared, but it showed up looking closer to what was generated.
     
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  9. flameknight00

    flameknight00

    Jan 20, 2019
    I think every bass can buzz depending on strings / setup and how you play.
    I have my bass low action enough so it will buzz but since I play very close to the frets, it won t come out during playing by my hands.

    The maruszczyk I have tested had lower action than my other basses and wouldnt buzz at all even if I tried.... but then again , its all relative.
    The question is how low can you get the action before it will buzz and from what ive read here, you can get it pretty low.
     
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  10. gigetto

    gigetto

    Sep 25, 2019
    That's an interesting bass, new model i suppose. I don't know the weight, declared for every instrument but i think about 9-10 lbs at maximum.
    The price is going up, quality is not economic but....
     
  11. Pierre Ganseman

    Pierre Ganseman Commercial User

    Jun 28, 2017
    Brussels
    Pro bass dealer based in europe(bassfreaks.net)
    don't worry too much. Colours in my experience are always much more "vivid" in his pictures than in real life.

    and they'll depend too of lighting , your screen ... and many other things
     
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  12. Pierre Ganseman

    Pierre Ganseman Commercial User

    Jun 28, 2017
    Brussels
    Pro bass dealer based in europe(bassfreaks.net)
    new model indeed. :)
     
  13. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy Supporting Member

    Feb 23, 2016
    Albany NY
    Mopped?......:cautious:
     
  14. gln1955

    gln1955 Supporting Member

    Aug 25, 2014
    Ohio, USA
    How_To_Mop_A_Floor.jpg
    ?
    lazer5_red_i3.jpg
    ?
     
  15. Nashrakh

    Nashrakh

    Aug 16, 2008
    Hamburg, Germany
    When I hear Mopped, I think of the later, though I only know it being spelled Moped. Short for motorized bicycle AFAIK (like Mofa?). No idea why one would name a bass after that, you barely see them on the streets anymore.
     
  16. Pierre Ganseman

    Pierre Ganseman Commercial User

    Jun 28, 2017
    Brussels
    Pro bass dealer based in europe(bassfreaks.net)
    i wondered indeed lol.

    haven't done any custom order of that shape yet.
     
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  17. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy Supporting Member

    Feb 23, 2016
    Albany NY
    I think that Mopped in Polish might mean "Map"......:unsure:
     
  18. Pierre Ganseman

    Pierre Ganseman Commercial User

    Jun 28, 2017
    Brussels
    Pro bass dealer based in europe(bassfreaks.net)
    oh right.

    i'll ask the boss lol
     
  19. BassmanM

    BassmanM

    Feb 17, 2011
    Hamburg, Germany
    Maybe Mopped means Jaguar in Polish?
     
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  20. Pierre Ganseman

    Pierre Ganseman Commercial User

    Jun 28, 2017
    Brussels
    Pro bass dealer based in europe(bassfreaks.net)
    just asked him lol
     
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