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1 hour ago, dodge_bass said:

Careful or one of the moderators will have to come and poo-t a stop to all this derailing. 

Just hope it doesn’t all hit the fan

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I'm glad they didn't make it in Mocha Brown.

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3 minutes ago, Hellzero said:

I'm glad they didn't make it in Mocha Brown.

😂 that joke went right through me...

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15 minutes ago, binky_bass said:

All these jokes are crap. 

Better out than in!

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I have owned one, that a friend now has as his only bass.
It is a powerfull piece of gear, lightweight, versatile and appropriate  with a loo-per.

By the way... Which paper grit did you use for sanding the back of the neck ? 2 or 3 ply ?

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I was wondering what kind of music the bass is suitable for. I suspect others might also be wondering this too. 

I'll go first, is it any good for skid row? 

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10 minutes ago, andybassdoyle said:

I was wondering what kind of music the bass is suitable for. I suspect others might also be wondering this too. 

I'll go first, is it any good for skid row? 

It is versatile as stated, it could be used for any genre and can do the subtle nuances, butt, the bottom line is that it is best suitable for rock.
I remember playing Nirvana's territorial pissing with it once, and the band mates got wet.

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16 minutes ago, andybassdoyle said:

I was wondering what kind of music the bass is suitable for. I suspect others might also be wondering this too. 

I'll go first, is it any good for skid row? 

"The Ring of Fire"?

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If someone else has used it before you, do you put paper down on it first or do you just hover over it? Make sure you wash your hands after touching it too!

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29 minutes ago, andybassdoyle said:

I was wondering what kind of music the bass is suitable for. I suspect others might also be wondering this too. 

Bloos?

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1 hour ago, TorVic said:

This could be someone’s number one bass.
Or maybe number two. 

Maybe even their turd instrument...

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1 hour ago, andybassdoyle said:

I was wondering what kind of music the bass is suitable for. I suspect others might also be wondering this too. 

I'll go first, is it any good for skid row? 

New Odour?

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Sorry matey, it's only white ones with black scratchplates that really make the grade.

Hot-Selling-Active-Pickup-Musicman-Bongo

Edited by Stub Mandrel

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Is the truss working correctly? I find it very difficult to get my hands round it if not.

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Saw the bassist for Celine Dion playing one of these (Sky Arts Channel)  and wondered what it was, and now I know - sounded awesome.  I do like a nice 5 string with tight string spacing, but already have 1 bass over my agreed quota !!

Poor Bassman - think you'll have to re-list this under its proper name, although I suppose its handy to have it at the top of the thread all the time !

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I had one of these once but sold it.  My wife was always complaining that I never put it down.

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30 minutes ago, Woodinblack said:

With a risk of actually talking about the bass, any trades at all?

Not really after trades but pm me any offers :)

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That's a MusicMan Bog-o isn't it?

Do you need to sit down to play?

 

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In all seriousness, and daring to talk about the instrument, I have a Bongo HH 4 string. It’s well publicised how wide it’s repertoire of sound is.

However, I’d just like to make the point, that within my collection of basses (which includes some really strong competition), the Bongo has just about the best playability and “easy” feel under the fingers.

I personally prefer a gloss finish on the neck, but if you’re in the other camp, then this could be a perfect 5 string.

GLWTS.

 

CB

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