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Thinking of getting a Warmoth!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by 43apples, May 26, 2005.

  1. 43apples

    43apples Guest

    Nov 9, 2003
    Well, i'm got some money, and i have serious gas for a nice, J workhorse! So i'm considering getting some parts from Warmoth and bulid it, hehe ;).

    Here's what i want:

    -A "vintage" jazz bass, 4 string, 34" scale.
    -Hard Ash body and maple\maple neck
    -Stainless steel frets, warmoth construction: two way truss and reinforcement.
    -Seymour Duncan Antiquity jazz bass p.u's, and switchcraft\CTS electronics
    -Nitro finished body (proably gonna do it myself :D) and clear laquered neck\fingerboard
    -Creme block inlays, creme celluoid\pearloid pickguard
    -Gold hardware, solid string-trough brigde

    And way too much to list :). I bulit a *guitar* with the same looks on a website, and here's a pic:

    So, what do ya think? Sorry for the gas vent, but you know what it's like, rigth? :)

  2. pickles

    pickles Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 23, 2000
    Ventura, CA
    I've got a "nice, J workhorse" for sale in the classified section if you decide you don't want to mess with assembly, cutting the nut, electronics installation, etc. etc. etc ...
  3. r379


    Jul 28, 2004
    Dallas, Texas
    Ash body with a maple fretboard will give you a '70s vintage type bass, but you might wanna rethink the stainless steel frets. SS frets won't sound vintage.

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