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Discussion in 'Bass Guitar Discussion' started by rummy, Oct 20, 2006.
My three sixers.
Tune TWB63WN fretless.
Indecent exposure, I ought to call the cops on you! Letting them out in public all nekkid & sexy like that!
Didn't show up
That's unusual for it to not show up for you (had no issues with that on this side, ever), but I switched out image hosting and whatnot anyway which should rectify that by now.
It shows up now. Man nice family photo! Is that a Yamaha bass?
Bought an Ibanez GSR205SM just to do some home recording stuff, then one thing led to another and I’m now playing bass in a band. Picked up a Spector Legend 5 string for band duties.
show you my bass(es)..
My two 5 strings. Standard tuning BEADG.
Slightly longer scale length (90cms)
Can also be found in the build section.
I've replaced the Fusion 550 with a Darkglass Microtubes 500V2, but still have the GK
Dingwall Afterburner I
details pls about scale lengths, tuning, strings
Scrolled down to post this same thing.
He did do a write up for that ultra-long multi scale monster (44"-47"): https://www.sevenstring.org/threads/the-bass-of-navarone.332134/
In it he references "other" basses he made that were 40", which might be what we're seeing in that pic.
I hope he comes back with more info...
I AM BACK hahahaha
ok.These are my last builds,and its a model (xtrm 343) i build and sell worldwide (if someone is interested send me pm)
the specs are
neck -roasted 5pc maple/carbon
neck shape -unique "comfi-neck" design with 25mm thicknes across the neck and tru-oil finish
neck connection -4 M8 T-nuts bolt-on
frets -24 jumbo frets
truss rod -double action,access from the headstock
side dots -black
fretboard -bubinga,flat radius for comfordable playing
body -korina body with easy access on the high frets and satin finish
Scale : 40.443" (1027.25mm)
Width at nut -43mm
Width at 12th fret -56mm
tuners -black gotoh style
bridge -black individual string
knobs -black metalic
nut -43mm width bone nut
neck pickup -passive dual-coil humbucker in series
bridge pickup -passive dual-coil humbucker in series
contols -passive with neck volume,bridge volume,master tone
some more pics here
Recently got an ATK300 a few days ago, 1996, made in Japan. It has some decent use and had a few dings but nothing too bad. The bass needed a real deep clean but ended up being worth it, it plays and sounds great.
It came with a clear pickguard though which was not really my jam, so I added a matte black vinyl to it. I think it came out ok... Couple of airpockets I could not get rid of but from a distance it looks pretty good.
This is what i took off when polishing the frets:
My current "main" basses:
This guy isn't in the rotation as much lately but was my main gigging/rehersal/recording bass for at least 7-8 years or more. Awesome basses.
At band practice.
What brand of bass is that?