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Warmoth between 500-700 dollars ?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by mikesarado, Mar 26, 2004.

  1. mikesarado


    Aug 28, 2003
    Rio de Janeiro
    I would like to know if it s possible to do a complete bass DINKY J 4 strings with warmoth for maximum 700 Dollars (with good quality) ?

    If u have idea, i need advices
  2. Whafrodamus


    Oct 29, 2003
    Andover, MA
    Yes, but you would have to do some work on it. You could buy an inexpensive body and neck no problem, but tuners and pickups, wiring, etc would have to be done by you or a local tech.
  3. mikesarado


    Aug 28, 2003
    Rio de Janeiro
    Very Good !!
    U have interesting configurations for the Dinky J ? because for me, it s very difficult to take the good parts of the bass, if u can help me...
    And after this, i have to be done by a local tech, in Paris...
  4. mikesarado


    Aug 28, 2003
    Rio de Janeiro
    I want this configuration (not exactly but i want to pay 600 dollars +- )

    BODY: korina body with clear gloss finish (dinky J.) or other
    NECK: Mapple neck with pau ferro fingerboard or other

    body routed for a MM humbucker pickup style

    Bassline pickup Musicman style with aguilar obp1

    after, pick up and mechanics i don t know...
    I play only funk and slap...

    thans for ur help and advices
  5. leishan


    Aug 11, 2002
    Medina, TN
    Have you contacted Warmoth? You could e-mail them and tell them what you want and how much you want to spend and they should work with you.
  6. Warmoth Dinky J Korina wood - $205
    Warmoth Maple Neck with Pau Ferro fingerboard - $160
    Basslines MusicMan pickup - $150
    Auilar OBP-1 - $100

    Total - $615

    This is without any finishing (extra if you want Warmoth to do it), tuners, strings, nut, pots, knobs, bridge, setup, etc.

    Bottom line...for $600....impossible.
  7. The Lurker

    The Lurker

    Aug 16, 2002

    Haunt their thrift shop. You might get lucky.

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