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What's the next big trend?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by chanson, Jun 7, 2019.


  1. EmuBass

    EmuBass

    Jan 24, 2018
    Vienna, Austria
    Pretty sure that THIS won't be a future trend: fretless multiscale basses!
    Instead I'm still hoping for built-in cigarette lighters, bottle-openers, tuners and other helpful stuff ...
     
  2. Nice try on the font.
     
  3. Honkey tonk

    Honkey tonk Supporting Member

    Feb 10, 2019
    Lower 48
    More import / exports of instrument desighns that reflect diffrent styles from diffrent origins
     
    Last edited: Jun 9, 2019
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  4. Wisebass

    Wisebass

    Jan 12, 2017
    Lost in Space
    Hi JMarkD :)

    Nope!

    Just a cheap copy and paste, last century pic, "Windows paint" job (not even photoshop :D)

    recycling attempt. :laugh:

    greetings

    Wise(b)ass
     
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  5. Low84

    Low84 Supporting Member

    Mar 30, 2014
    Uke basses with the big, rubbery strings are hyper-addictive and sound KILLER!

     
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  6. Still, a nice shot at it. I would have used this one. BTW, if you like this sort of exercise, check out Affinity Photo. It is way cheaper than Photoshop and pretty much does everything. Sorry, recently retired pre-press printer dude, I can't help it.

    Screen Shot 2019-06-09 at 12.56.00 PM.
     
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  7. Tvrtko

    Tvrtko

    Dec 27, 2002
    South of the USA
    I believe, new instruments will start coming out from African Chinese colonies.
     
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  8. packhowitzer

    packhowitzer 155mm of pure destruction

    Apr 20, 2011
    Atlanta

    Well, they don't have a bass, but Relish Guitars has a magnetic back and a system that allows for swapping components on the fly. It's not an industry standard such as what exists in the PC world, but it's a start.

     
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  9. slapshot

    slapshot

    Dec 22, 2018
    Push button necks that don't use strings (think guitar hero instruments). A processor on board said "instruments" that emulates any guitar sound. Bonus, it never needs a setup.
     
  10. Stringless playability using laser
    tech
     
  11. Hundred proof

    Hundred proof

    Apr 22, 2018
    Honestly what I would really like to see is amps with interchangeable specific voices, I have no need or desire for the trend of the emulator amps that will do multiple amp voices. Just a basic power amp voiced like a B15 or a Sunn 200s with the proper speaker emulator that can either be sent to an on stage speaker or FOH.
     
  12. TheGreatSealof

    TheGreatSealof Supporting Member

    Nov 15, 2010
    Deptford, NJ
    New music!!!
     
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  13. dmt

    dmt

    Apr 19, 2003
    Orbiting Sol
    Pre-pre-aged basses that look like pre-aged basses before the pre-aging
     
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  14. alaskaleftybass

    alaskaleftybass Will Hanbury, Jr. Supporting Member

    Mar 21, 2012
    Sitka, Alaska
    This thread is running out of steam.....:dead:
     
  15. chea-pass

    chea-pass

    Mar 9, 2016
    The Good Land
    whoa, that's deep.
     
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  16. Clark W

    Clark W Supporting Member

    Aug 26, 2018
    The next big trend... Absurdity!

    At least they built it with a P and a Jazz on the same end.
    Video of it being played is posted below the pic.
    _why.
     
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  17. chea-pass

    chea-pass

    Mar 9, 2016
    The Good Land
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  18. patrickj

    patrickj

    Aug 13, 2001
    Ellicott City, MD
    Endorsing: Spector Bass Guitars
    Toasted roasted necks.

    :meh:
     
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  19. Samatza

    Samatza

    Apr 15, 2019
    I think we’ll see a trend towards sustainable woods for bodies and necks, treated woods for fingerboards and a decline in custom built, high end basses. Amps will get smaller, lighter and louder making them more portable. All current style instruments made in USA and Europe will become more expensive as time goes on.
     
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  20. Rick Nielsen called. Said "That's a bit much."
     
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