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Discussion in 'Bass Guitar Discussion' started by Brill, Jan 3, 2013.
Yep, I'd love to have one of those as well.
Well, to be perfectly honest, any ol' penta/hexabuzz would float my boat pretty damn well.
anything that Beardly makes... His basses are awesome!
my god, that is some WIN right there!
Jackson Concert Bass Body
Carbon Fiber Neck
Maple Fret Board
2x Bridge Pickups (Side by side), EMG DC's
Transparent Silver Burst Finish
Black Gotoh Bass Tuners
1x Volume Knob, No Tone Nob
Hipshot Bass Bridge
Well there's this one that I just got: NBD Stambaugh 11 string! [Warning: this thread contains ERB content and bass pr0n] - TalkBass Forums
Next in line is a Prometeus 6er. Fanned from 40-36.5 or 39-35.5, 18.5 mm spacing, tuned to Drop F or Drop E or something insane of that nature (this will be my metal bass), Zebrano body, Wenge neck, Bubinga fretboard, nuvolari body shape and some Firekeeper pickups. Prometeus, expect a check from me sometime this summer!
Are you gonna have the body chambered? That thing will be a boat anchor! I had a Conklin that had a solid zebrano body and it was a BACK BREAKER!
Loleven if I didn't, it would still be a feather compared to the Stambaugh! but I do recall reading somewhere, I think on Prometeus's website, that chambered bodies are standard
mine personally would be the jackson concert bass 5 string, but neck thru, and seymore duncan blackouts(bassform) and have just tone and volume knob
6 string fretless Thumb (NT)
Warwick Corvette 5 NT $$ in Natural Ash...so beautiful.
i've played that bass, awesome sound and feel, still a tad fat in the neck for my liking