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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by BassDmb18, Sep 12, 2004.
A bit more expensive, hopefully more quality in his work.
Is it just me or this some really odd neck length?
don't look bad to me. see, wish had horrible woodworking skills. i mean, did you see the "banana bass"? this other guy looks pretty ok at what he does
no.. any link or pics of the "banana bass" ?
Might be a REALLY HUGE body??
Looks like very similar manufacturing processes. Basically, make a hippie sandwhich out of an unfnished neck and body halves, and then sculpt away! Quick and dirty!
I like the first bass and the first flying V. I would play them both.
it's here just click next on the slideshow thing
Hopefully he's talking about the G**tars here!
I like the second one:
Ted Lyons, Serious Artist.
Wish has just gone up tenfold in his "top dude" stakes....the third picture has one of the funniest capitions I've seen in a long time!
"a world where beauty enhances tone...and tone enhances beauty "
...what?! Did they just randomly assemble words to make up their slogan?
Some OK looking guitars and basses...Wish is better
IMO wish-everything is extremely not worth it.i've played a couple. all high action. no trussreods. sloppy wood work. bansaw marks along the edges of some parts. and the fingerboard felt like a shaven head.
OK Now I've seen everything... Not to hijack the thread or anything but THIS is NEWS: http://www.wishnevsky.com/Feature.html
$1200 (Plus shipping) for "The Century Wish" Kinda throws all of the "Yea the workmanship's poor, but they're cheap and fun" arguments out the window...
Hmmmm, I kinda like it!
Poor bubinga. Never even saw it coming...
Someone had to cut down a LIVING TREE to make that. A shame.
That one doesn't look nearly as bad as some of the others. In fact, I really quite like the body shape (though I'd never play something with so many corners). And come on, it's his #100. For the prices the others go for, he's allowed to turn a profit on at least one.
These Garside Guitars look relatively (relative to Wish, that is) well-made, but quite ugly. Not ugly like a Wish though. Wishes are character-ugly, with all that down-home charm and folky goodness. These are just plain ugly.
I really want a wish. :'(
Obviously that is Wish's Anthony Jackson Presentation Model
Who CARES if it looks good?
Wishes sound GREAT for the price. and they play GREAT for the price, too!
I have one and LOVE IT!
GarsideGuitars do not take the wish approach at all. The shapes are unique, but the guy spends much of his time on the aethetics (albeit WARPED aesthetics).
Wish, he doesn't care about looks...he wants bassists to get down to doin' the thing that counts...MAKING MUSIC!
How many basses have you owned / played before you got your Wishbass?
(How much was it to get it into Aus??)