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The ultimate "DONT DROP IT!!!" Guitar.
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Cool concept but I can't say that it's something I need.

These, on the other hand, I can put to good use...

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Cant argue with this: Image

I like the one I have. Minus the annoying 7th string. ;)
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Oof wrote:Cant argue with this: Image

I like the one I have. Minus the annoying 7th string. ;)
Hell, if it's going to have seven strings, might as well get something nice and evil. :dsmoke: Here's my fav that my brother-in-law made (shameless plug):

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one knob, count'em...... ONE!!! All you need!
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Ooooh, this one's purrrrty...

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Guess I'm just an old fashioned guy. I tend to not veer to far away from traditional shapes. I am on board with the one knob thing though. 90% of the time I run everything wide open or at one setting (which is usually wide open). :D
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Six6VI wrote:Guess I'm just an old fashioned guy. I tend to not veer to far away from traditional shapes.
Same here. My dream bass right now is the 5 string version of the gool ol' American built Fender Jazz.
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I used to have two Jazz Plus 5 strings in the early 90s. Unfortunately, there was a design flaw with them. The B string had to make a severe angle to the tuning post after the nut. I don't know how many times I broke that string just trying to get it strung up. They've since changed the string travel from the nut to the post so it continues in a straight line. That and I think they've also added a string tree.
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Six6VI wrote:Guess I'm just an old fashioned guy. I tend to not veer to far away from traditional shapes. I am on board with the one knob thing though. 90% of the time I run everything wide open or at one setting (which is usually wide open). :D
The first time my bass was at anything besides wide open was in the studio, and I kept pissing off the engineer by resetting it wide open just out of habit.
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Single knob is probably my speed as well, I guess.
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I don't know about you all but I am fascinated by shiny objects. . . .


that geetar was koooool!!
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