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The Official Short Scale Bass Club -- Part 4

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Mar 25, 2013.


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  1. I wanted to get back to a shorty again, and this Mustang PJ filled the bill.

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    3mHH3Pp.
     
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  2. Well, super work. I tried to refin a poly telecaster guitar about 6-7 years ago. Didn’t go too well and haven’t tried again since!
     
  3. Lanaka

    Lanaka

    Sep 8, 2018
    Yup, the body and finish is solid, even the headstock scroll is still intact with no cracks (altho it does have a few dings as expected of an instrument that's pushing past 60 years old). Only thing needed are new pickups and a pot knob.

    -Lan
     
  4. Lanaka

    Lanaka

    Sep 8, 2018
    Aloha RoadRanger.

    Thank you!

    Mahalo,
    -Lan
     
  5. Evil Undead

    Evil Undead

    Oct 31, 2009
    Absolutely no shade intended at all, but do you keep buying and selling Mustangs and SG basses over and over again? Heh. I'm sure I see you post a new purchase of one of those two on a regular basis.
     
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  6. Not to many of these on here, didn't know much about them myself but it's been a fun bass to go with my main bass, my Musicmaster.

    Gretsch G2220 Electromatic, got it at GC when I traded in the Allen Woody bass. This cranberry red is not much to my liking but still the other choices were black and "sunburst", no. And why do they call that brown to black sunburst? Never saw a sunrise like that.

    Painted the pickguard white, added white speed knobs and the white stripes. Not sure why the stripes look yellow ish on here but they're white.

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  7. JEBassman

    JEBassman Supporting Member

    Jun 25, 2008
    Connecticut
    That's a nice looking bass! I haven't seen one before. The racing stripe will inspire fast playing for sure :bassist:
     
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  8. JEBassman

    JEBassman Supporting Member

    Jun 25, 2008
    Connecticut
    Nice job with your mods! It's a sweet looking bass. I like the body color and overall vibe. Enjoy your new axe :thumbsup:
     
  9. rockappalla

    rockappalla

    Jan 16, 2016
    Today I got my Ibanez TMB30, first clip :)

     
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  10. AMJBASS

    AMJBASS Supporting Member

    Jan 8, 2002
    Ontario, Canada
    Thanks! Its not that new though... I have probably 50-60 gigs on it so far :bassist: The short scale Gretsch's are underrated IMO.
     
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  11. No, this pic was just shot the other day with the Fender / Hartke. [​IMG]

    The lighting in the room was better than some pics I shot a day, or two before that, so I reshot them. Also in this brighter set of pics, I repositioned the bass more centered, than to the left of the amp.
     
  12. nemo

    nemo

    Mar 19, 2004
    Czech
    Nice Harmony H22 Tal plays in the first song here:
     
  13. Holdsg

    Holdsg I should be practicing Gold Supporting Member

    Sep 10, 2009
    Alta Loma, CA
    I had no idea Tal could sing as well as that. which, although she should not give up her day job, is still better than I could ever do.
     
  14. B-Mac

    B-Mac Sorting Things Out Supporting Member

    Eastwood unveils vintage inspired sidejack pro!
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    Eastwood Guitars Unveils The Vintage-Inspired Sidejack Pro JM Bass

    Lets discuss here if we could..

    The Official Eastwood Bass Club

    Or not

    Eastwood Sidejack Pro JM Bass Specs:
    Scale: 30 1/2″(775mm)
    Construction: Bolt-on
    Body: Tone-Chambered Alder with German carve top
    Finishes: Natural
    Neck: Bound Maple
    Neck Finish: Satin
    Neck Plate: “Eastwood of Canada” Peanut neck plate
    Neck Profile: Mid C Shape
    Neck Radius: 10″
    Fingerboard: Pau Ferro, Bound,
    Frets: Medium Jumbo
    Inlays: “2-3-1” Dot Markers
    Nut: Custom Graphite, 1 5/8″ width
    Pickups: “Eastwood of Canada” Custom M-90
    Switching: 3-Way
    Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone (“Eastwood of Canada” Custom knobs)
    Bridge: “Eastwood of Canada” Custom
    Tuners: Nickel Button Kluson-style
    Hardware: Nickel/Chrome

    $999
     
  15. Nice looking bass.
     
  16. B-Mac

    B-Mac Sorting Things Out Supporting Member

    I wish they did a real bass version of the Sidejack Bass VI just like this

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    And maybe add a Maple FB option too
     
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  17. B-Mac

    B-Mac Sorting Things Out Supporting Member

    All that talent and cute as a button too!
     
  18. halfwound121

    halfwound121 Supporting Member

    I love the look. However, it seems expensive for what it is. I have the Hi Flyer, and granted, is basswood with a cheap bridge, but basically the same instrument. It's got some neck-dive and quite thick at the nut, so not the easiest to play of the short scales. I don't know how the P-90s on the Hi-Flyer compare to "M-90"s tone-wise, but this looks too much like what I already have at twice the price. IMG_0639.
     
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  19. Count me in! Squier Jaguar VM SS. My 1st owned bass, purchased almost 2 years ago. (I played a couple of borrowed basses way back in high school 30+ years ago) Next up will be the Les Paul Jr. DC they showed at NAMM this year, when they come out! Dave 003.JPG
     
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  20. RichardPjazz

    RichardPjazz

    Jun 26, 2018
    Calgary
    Speaking of a nice Harmony H22 sighting here is Jennifer Condos playing one with the Molly Miller Trio.

     
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