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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by berklee46, Oct 6, 2001.
Anyone here have any experience with James Tyler basses?
I can't get past that headstock.
Call me shallow... it's kept me from buying a Sukop
Brad, you so shallow!
well, you asked...
Hey Brad - At least Sukop doesn't put his name on the bass 25 times.
i'm intrested, even if u guys do think its an ugly bass. can sumone post link please.
I agree about the headstock, but there has got to be a reason why many of the top Nashville and L.A. session guys use the basses.
Here is the website:
Here is a bass that is still for sale that got my interest piqued:
The auction is over, but the seller still has the bass and will accept $1700 for it.
They seem really nice, but I'm a little hesitant to get rid of my trusty Ripley 5-String to pick this one up just yet....
Seems like a very fair deal for the bass.
I thought he had a stutter.
Their sixer's got some interesting features: 36" scale, 3 pups,
Demeter preamp, LOW F#, 6 in-line HipShot tuners. But what
the hell is "mamywo" wood? (rickbass1?). Is that like wood from
a tree hit by a Soccer Mom? .
Definitely not suitable for slap playing.
and you bought a Elrick?!?!?
Mine has a custom headstock. It's better.
id like to see it because the njs headstock is a little too phallic for me to buy one
Let me see.... are we making a comparison between the Elrick and Tyler headstock ? I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder.... but man is that Tyler h/s ugly.... give me an(other) Elrick anyday ! !
I was talking about the headstock on there jazz series, the one that look like a fender headstock.
I really don't like it!
yep you guys are right, that was a pretty nasty lookin bass. If you haven't played it though i wouldn'y nessecerily say its a great bass. Jeff Berlin is a great studio musician, and when i played his signature bass i was not impressed. It was even the nice one. Oh well good luck with your bass hunting.