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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Oct 2, 2013.
Wow that’s some heavy tin lol
Maybe that’s what I’m missing in making my Yamaha sound more jazzy. Lol
Holy better call Jenny Craig and tell her your secret to shedding pounds.
What no ! You just gotta walk through some Autumn Leaves
That’s a lot of walking lol. Nice
NBD: custom designed hand made Precision style Bass
We gotta start a thread for what names we have called our basses. Cause I’m sureevery bass player has a name for his or her bass. Mine reminds me of a red head names Nicole Kidman. Lol
Just do a search, I've probably seen at least 3 of them in the last year.
I might just do that. Thx
dUg (Extra Long).
I thought he played 12 stringers? Love me some King's X!
He still pulls a 12 out but, most of the time he plays a left handed model of his S. Korean made Schecter dUg Bass. He was playing the original prototype(w/ an un-wired MM pickup in the bridge pos.) but I believe he retired that one. I'm very happy with mine and it's a pleasure to play. It was my first Schecter, now I have 7. The dUg, 2 Michael Anthony's and I added a 4th Model T, Black w Maple, last week.
Oh are we weighing Schecters now???
Lollypops (candy discs on sticks) come to mind...
Regardless of brand - I'll take an 8lb P-bass any day of the week and twice on Sunday!
Oh for sure! That top pic has its original DiMarzio split. Which was a very large sounding and kinda dark. Was big though. I pulled the pull pot and did a standard P controls. Put in a Sheptone for a little more normal p bass vibe. Its a phenomenal P. Pat Wilkins did the LPB a few years ago. The neck is incredible. Was originally oil finished natural. Light Ash 1996 S series.
Those are both gorgeous @fretno. Peanut butter and jealous.