Brice Z bass MAPLE FRETLESS

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  1. Jason

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    Brendan G What is this then?

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    oooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
     
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    If it was red it would be perfect!! :agreed:
     
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    Thats everyones response. If it was only this color... :coffee:
     
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    If only it had some type of protective coating on the maple board to prevent the strings from eating through the soft fretboard.









































    Yeah. Didn't expect that one did ya buddy!?:cool:
     
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    TomAwesome I LIKE JUICE!!!

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    I saw that. It's nice! The funny thing is, though, that it looks very odd on a guitar that is utterly and entierly black otherwise. For that particular color scheme, ebony would have probably been a better choice, though the cuts of maple used on Rondo fretboards always look really nice.
     
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    if it only had frets...
     
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    Mr. S tacos?

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    wowzer, that's purdy! I'd love to try that out in a recording I love the sound of fretless basses :yum:
     
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    Wouldn't be super hard to have em installed now would it?
     
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    perhaps... i wonder what would be the price for that custom then
     
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    I wanted one with frets & I emailed Kurt regarding the availability of a fretted version of this bass & Kurt said it might be possible in the future.
    It would also be good if the bass could come in 35 inch scale.
    I was not prepared to wait so I just bought a red Brice Z6.
    Hope the Z6 is as good as some said it is. :agreed:
     
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    when you get it please post some detailed review and tones of pics :D
     
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    it'd cost half the price of the bass though :lol:
     

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