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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by rubo, Apr 2, 2005.
Easily one of the most bizarre things I've ever seen in the instrument world.
Ahh, yes. I've seen this before. If I remember correctly it doesn't have conventional frets but instead the frets are sculpted or molded as part of the graphite neck.
In fact now that I think of it I think I once saw this in Bass Player's group shot of Allen Woody's huge bass collection.
Unusual Lane Poor Bass? When are they not? I remember these when they
first came out. Tried one at my local music store. Some clever design elements, namely the stepped frets. Neck is actually molded in a gradual saw-tooth pattern. Each high "tooth" if you will represents a fret. Would have loved to seen more freindly body styles on this bass.
I do remember this bass, I saw it at the NAMM show, it was crazy. Also if I recall Jack Cassedy played one in Hot Tuna....
theres something under the pickupu, in the boddy edge, wich name in english i dont know, what is it used for?
That looks like a roller. No doubt it is a volume control.
Bass Northwest had one of these some time ago. Very interesting indeed.
Wow...i dont like the look of that bass too much...they may make good pickups, but that bass is too "out there" for me.