doc larsson wrote:brilliant work.what sort of bass do you have ? i'm an ibanez man.
doc larsson wrote:snap!
i'm still using my roadster 2 with active p-ups. used to have an ibanez musician fretless and it sounded great.pity the strings bite into the neck my fav bass was my alembic a la stanley clarke wot a beast that was. one body job with a huge steel rod down the neck very hard to play standing up but sitting down great slap bass.back to models.i'm gonna need to do karl otto again after seeing your stunning work. What brushes do you use ?
ausf wrote:doc larsson wrote:brilliant work.what sort of bass do you have ? i'm an ibanez man.
I'm still kicking myself for selling a fretless Ibanez Roadster about 12 years ago. It had such good action, even guitarists would drool over it. Believe it or not, I sold it to buy a Tamiya Tiger I.
These days I play a EB Music Man StingRay through GK and German double through the air.
I have an Ibanez acoustic that I modified a bit, has an amazing tone with bronze strings.
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