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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Quadzilla, Apr 3, 2009.
uh, wow! I have to assume there was a method to that madness, cant figure out what it is though. missile launcher and activater switch perhaps?..LOL
once was beautiful is now ....fire wood.
that bass is really cool, MM, P and J pups, and the rout going to the lower horn is a kill switch. might have to buy that.
SHOWS SOME SIGNS OF NORMAL USE.
...yeah, right, uh huh, let's go with that.
" shows some signs of normal use ..."
actually , it looks like a " tester " body ,
for trying out different pickups , electronics , etc.
Waitaminute, I think I remember that color and the pickup config, isn't there some cheap-ish Jazz copy with a pickup configuration and a yellow-green finish like that? I forgot what the brand was, though, someone even posted about it a while ago.
Cool, looks like MooseLumps found it!
Exactly what I was thinking. Bad ass!
Spear. The brand is spear. Korean made and now this model is discontinued
I really wanted one, but now i'll have to get one used if i can find one
That is way too many tone options for my simple mind. LOL!
I think I saw one of the aliens from Mars Attacks playing that bass ... or was it the lead character in "Mr Happy Router has a Holiday" ... I forget...
SX headstock ?? Greenbust and tort pickgaurd looks outstanding !!
If it were cheaper, I'd buy it and put on a custom see-through plexi guard. Would look schweet!
that would be 'Jamaican Greenburst.' I don't blame the guy, he had enough electronics to outfit 3 whole basses with that stuff! Normally you would buy a cheap bass and then upgrade it with new stuff, not this model... I would love to try it though.
- Whether you are a beginner or top class player and your taste is for the traditional
or for something modern, you will find that the RFB offers much more than any
instruments in their class.
The Flextool has been designed with the player who requires just about every choice of classic bass pickup design with the 3 primary designs fitted as standard. This guitar as it's name suggests is a great flexible gigging tool. The specification is as follows:
Neck: Bolt on
Tuners: open gear
Neck: Canadian hard maple
Finished in Jamaican Greenburst.
Lots of routs, but at least they look like they were done well. I was expecting to see a total hack-job.
there's something about the arrangement of
those routs that just says
it'd take a couple of paychecks worth of pickups
just to fill all the cavities in that monstrosity.
That's what I call a chambered body. Better go bid on that!
That bass is like a fat chick. You'd probably like to give it a try, but don't want to be seen with. LOL!!!!!