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Discussion in 'Bass Guitar Discussion' started by rummy, Oct 20, 2006.
I don't own one but due to the lack of competant bassists I know I might be buying this one for studio use:
Tuned to a guitar with the low B and F# of course
So, how are those Brices?
P.S. Shannon, you look dead on my friend Andy. It's kinda creepy.
I saw those on ebay. I'd rather have the seven string version, it's the same without the highest string.
Well, he must be good looking too!
I know where to find them. I mean how do they play, do they sound good, etc...
Oops. Sorry, I read your post wrong. They are awesome! I don't have a single complaint.
i want this bass im debaiting on 4 or the 5 .
Get the 5! It's seriously super comfortable...I haven't played the 4 though, lol.
Hey Scott, how do you like that bantam?
Here's what I play (mine has Strat-style knobs because it's an older model by a couple years):
not my personal pic, but this is no different than the one I own.
It was my first guitar ever, so i've had it for awhile. Once I learned how to set up guitars, and I lowered the action on it and crap, it played awesome. Both my basses are still in NovaScotia though so that sucks.
The reason I asked is that I designed that bass. The funny history behind it is that I originally designed it for Hamer Guitars as a neck through, and the top brass there fealt the shape didn`t identify with the current Hamer lineup, and didn`t want to do neck throughs. When I went to work for Washburn, they liked it and we tweaked it for a bolt on. Just thought you guys would be interested in a little history on the basses.
I have XB925 (5 string) flame top body and neck for sale if anyone wants it?
Would it have killed you to design it with a matching headstock?
LOL, The original design had a completely different headstock. You can blame Grover Jackson for the non matching paddle headstock . The first two prototypes I built had color matching P/H`s, and Grover also nixed that too.
I definately wouldn't mind having that
As a lefty of course
The bass that got me started building...
Here's one of my two Spectors...