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Progress of my "covid safe restricted space rehearsal room" bass..ha

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That is going to be one sexy little bass!
As an owner of an ACG Micro bass myself, I know you're in for a treat.

Can't wait to see more!

Eude

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Ooof! That is very pleasing to the eye. Any chance of some specifications?

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Another ACG masterpiece...can anybody remember one that wasn't?

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WOW!

That is incredible!
I'll have to go get my micro ACG out again today now.

Congratulations.

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4 hours ago, ezbass said:

Ooof! That is very pleasing to the eye. Any chance of some specifications?

Model

Micro Krell Headless

Strings/Scale

4/26.5

Body core

Alder

Top/veneer

ART Maple/Purple with black veneer

Neck woods

5 piece Maple/Bubinga

F/B wood

AI Maple board 2

Radius

16’

Side dots

Luminlay 3mm black/green

Head plate/V

N/A

Back plate/V

Top wood

Bridge

ETS 17mm black ACG Headpiece

Pre-amp

East Uni-Pre 3K

B Series any combination.

RFB 100 x 50

9 volt

Yes

Comments.

12th fret no more than 50mm.

Loxx black

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