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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by relman, Nov 10, 2001.
is it possible to get one for less than $500 US????
I would think you could get a Cort Curbow fretless for ~$500.
They are unlined
maybe a lot less too.
Contact Greg Curbow at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask him if he has any in stock, he gaves the best prices on the Cort Curbows.
And he will also offer you to install a custom pickup and electronics and a Curbow Custom Hardshell Case.
I recommend you contact him.
I think my Ibanez SR400 was somewhere between 400 - 450. One of the main reasons I bought it was because it was unlined.
here ya go!
i HIGHLY recommend these babies!!!!!!!!
Yep, that's "the" bargain fretless.
i wish i had that instead of my mexi jazz.
Or you can make a passive one from a Carvin kit @ $340. Same parts as their "B4", don't know how good it is though.
That looks a bit different from the bass on their website, and the one I played on at Mars.
Anyone else think that is odd?
notice the bridge.
newer design/same model.
Ah, makes sense.
And the newer design has Bartolini pickups, instead of Mighty Mites.
That pic from Mars must be a closeout or something. I've never seen an Artisan without Barts.
I thought the first Artisan B4FL's I played had Mighty Mites and a 2 band EQ... like the one fred posted. Wenge neck, sweet bass.