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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Jun 22, 2013.
Large Two-Tone Guitar Case - Reverend Guitars store
Guess I'm back in. Currently undergoing further modification....
>Is there an appropriate hard case that fits the Dub King? Thank you in advance
I got mine from Russo Music, very nice case and prompt service:
Reverend Two-Tone Premium Large Guitar Case
I'm rather fond of that headstock too
Great video showcasing the Decision P, Raymond and Dub King. Enjoy i,,i
This guitar is just so much fun to play. First pic is taken on a staircase in the club, where we go for a little walkabout mid song. Simple but the audience love it.
My Thundergun sports the same reverse headstock, might it be a T-Gun?
Hi all! Who can tell about wiring or make photo of thick brick bridge pickup? Mercalli FM or Thundergun models? 5 wires: white, red, blue, black and ground.
Similar. A Meshell Ndegeocello Fellowship bass. I did change the pickup and made separate volume and tone controls. Now it out P basses the various P basses I've owned. Light too, just under 8 lbs. and perfectly balanced. I heard about neck dive with these but none of that on this example. The fretwork is impeccable. Board is dark but if I was blindfolded and playing this I'd swear it was a maple board.
Really a great bass stock and modified it's now perfect for me.
I love it when I find a bass that just does everything I want. I even enjoy it when another fine bassist, like yourself, finds that perfect bass. Congratulations my friend!
Hey guys, it's me again! Still absolutely loving my Triad. Anyway, was browsing the Reverend site, and came across this picture:
My Triad does not have that small circular plate. What is/was that? Did maybe the prototype have the selector switch up there, kind of like a Jaguar? Thanks!
BTW, mine also does not have a block on the "1" fret. Every picture I have seen online (with the exception of one) the Triads have blocks one the "1" as well. Interesting!
(or maybe not, maybe I'm just bored...)
I don't recall the Triad ever having that plate. I'm thinking that picture isn't supposed to be there? I will check at work tomorrow, as well as the block inlays.
That was the prototype. It had three volume knobs, and that plate was the tone knob. I couldn't find any Triads in the warehouse with an inlay on the one.
Wow, thanks! I appreciate the time you took to find that out for me! Thanks!
I see Ken said yesterday on the FB live broadcast that the Raymond is being phased out of the line up. Hopefully some exciting replacements coming in 2020.
I wish they would do something more in a 5 string model.
I'm looking forward to the two pickup Watt model, seeing him next week...can't wait!
I’m excited for the second version of the watt. And the second version of the fatfish. I’d like to have both v1 and v2
I saw him last week here in Chicago. Still great! He’s breaking in a new drummer as the old one became a dad. I think the two-pickup model has more edge and clarity than the single-pup he had last time, I was digging it.