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About Clarky72

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    Lowering the tone since '72
  • Birthday 15/05/1972

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  1. If I manage to track one down, you're welcome to pop round for a twiddle Gary
  2. Yeah, its quite Rex isn't it, but I think about a decade before the Rex. Its more of a half-way point between the original Tbird shape and the Rex. From what I can tell, it first surfaced around 1991. Seem to be as rare as rocking horse poop...
  3. I've got a couple and they're among the lightest of all my basses, Epi & Gibbo are both nice and light. The neck dive has never really been an issue with the strap button repositioned in Fender'esque positioning. If you want a smaller headstock with no chance of dive, there's always Spector NS-2X or Mike Lull (RIP ) basses for megabucks...
  4. Anyone ever had their mitts on one of these?
  5. 10 years of lurking around Basschat...happy decade anniversary to me.

    1. SpondonBassed


      My deepest sympathy to you both.

    2. skej21


      Yup, me too. 28th of April! Happy (?) Deanniversary :) 

  6. Still have to come back to this post every now and again for a drool...😍
  7. 😮 Seriously Gary.... where the hell did you find that!?!?!?! I am totally green with envy!
  8. That's surprising guys, I have the Mono dual and I love it, makes loading in/out simpler with only one bass bag to hump around. If only there was one for Tbirds too...
  9. Has anyone seen a double case for Thunderbirds at all? My dual bass Mono case is awesome and I'd love a solution for 2 Thunderbirds. I've got a great Ritter Thunderbird padded gig bag but that's just for one bass. I can't be the only bassist who wants to take two Thunderbirds out safely!?
  10. Well you do have a point... 😉
  11. Does anyone here now own my old Spector Whimbish? Serial 12345...
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