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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Mike88T, Jan 15, 2002.
Motley is a good name.
Are you supposed to rest your hand in the hole?
Not this, again.
I think the guy that bought it is now selling it. He probably ended up in the emergency room with lacerations one too many times.
Is it just me...or is the string spacing a little...Uneven? Look at the A and D strings
Are they breeding?
Who is this guy in NC and why is he making ugly Basses?
To answer the first question, he is The Wishnevsky. The second, my friend, may never be known. . .
The bridge is also placed differently in the two pictures that show it.
Yup, noticed that, thats the *quality* to expect for a $100 handmade bass.
how else would You change the intonation on a solid bridge. Would be interesting to watch it walk around while U play, course then you would have to take your eye off the horns and probably impale someone.
OMG - it's either not locked down at all or just pivots in the center!
Daddy. why does he keep doing this?
This guy needs to be brought to justice
Taken from the auction in Mike's Ebay link: 'Very unique custom fretless bass made by Luthier Steve Wish in North Carolina.'
Steve is considered a luthier now? What is this world coming to?
Mommy...why do the bad men hurt the trees?
It looks awfully neck heavy.
We really shouldn't judge it untill we have played on it. Has anyone played on one?
"It plugs into any amp..."
I need a Bass like THAT!!!
Is steve wish the world's first blind luthier?