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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by jd56hawk, Jul 17, 2017.
Oh, the things you learn on the internet!
I'm thinking dude had Thesaurus by his side, when he penned the ad...
... he forgot decrepit.
Jeff Beck didn't know either.
What bass is best for New Aged Jazz? (And Metal of course.)
Talk about false advertising, wow. That's turquoise, not teal.
And it's a relick!
Hey, I bet you guys didn't know Fender, Gibson, Rickenbacker, etc have asked this company to produce their guitars for them, they're custom shop basses, and are allowing them to sell them for a third off.
How lucky can we, as consumers, be to have this knowledge fall right into our virtual laps...
... order now, and we'll send you a strap and cord, similar to what Beck uses, when he's soloing on... this... bass...
... the first 10 people will receive the New York Times best replacement for toilet paperback, "Hi, I'm Jeff Beck, and I sign my name in reliced yellow primer!".
Don't delay, as we know where you live.
Never the ad says FENDER!
By the way I happened to own the same one in the Closet Classic version
Never noticed the Jeff Beck signature.
(actually it's Sea Foam Green)
I can understand companies like this making counterfeit guitars, but why are they allowed in the country?
People here don't even like people putting "Fender" on.a Squier headstock. Surely calling a guitar Fender and selling it is worse, especially when it comes to resale.
Jeff better call the cops. His old bass is back.
I, for one, would loooove to hear Jeff Beck tear it up on an old jazz....which this ain't.
I have nothing to add to this thread.
Who licked it the first time?
Those horns should be sleeveless: obviously a fake...
talc powder added on the pg for effect...
Cops'd probly shoot it. .. then get paid leave