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The Official Westbury Track 4 Club!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by clive shakedown, Mar 6, 2014.

  1. clive shakedown

    clive shakedown

    Dec 6, 2013
    I wonder how many people out there have a Track 4?

    I'm guessing maybe 10?

    Mr. Matsumoku, we salute you!

    and as with some other owners clubs, no pic = no bass...

    here's mine.

  2. JimmyThunder

    JimmyThunder Supporting Member

    Feb 19, 2008
    New Hampshire
    ok i
    whoah man
  3. clive shakedown

    clive shakedown

    Dec 6, 2013
    So.... Just me then?
  4. jbd5015

    jbd5015 Supporting Member

    Nov 23, 2009
    State College, PA
    I had a Track 2 for about 4 months! ebay purchase. bought it with out playin it and i totally dug the tone of it, but I couldnt handle that bass. the neck was SUPER chunky for me, and how the body is designed, it feels like your playing a 37" scale bass, that headstock seemed MILES away. Mine was beautiful tho, original hardshell case and only a few scratches.

  5. JennySuzuki


    Dec 18, 2013
    There's a Track 4 up on eBay right now, and the guy's relisted it twice because he's getting no bids. It hurts, because I really want one, but I just don't have five hundred clams right now!
  6. clive shakedown

    clive shakedown

    Dec 6, 2013
    The neck is a bit thicker than some, but more than made up for by the tone. I got used to it though, a few weeks and the hand cramps were gone!

    Jenny, are you looking on a non British version of eBay as I don't see it?
  7. brumebat


    Jan 22, 2011
    St. Louis, MO
    I'll join you, brotha!

    IMAG0568. IMAG0557.

    Unfortunately, my cell phone pics don't accurately portray its beauty. Just got this a week ago and I love it! The three point bridge makes it easy to get the action super low. It is very Gibson-esque, as one of my bandmates also pointed out. The sound is huge, deep, and punchy! It is truly a joy to play, and now I'm glad I've gotten to witness firsthand the caliber of a Matsumoku built instrument.