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F Bass – Alain Caron Signature
Oct19

F Bass – Alain Caron Signature

Stunning looking bass. Seriously – makes me want to be a bass player … again. Ahem – not that I ever was – I mean since the last time I wanted to be a bass player. (Hat tip to Scott Levine at http://scottsbasslessons.com/ for alerting me to this manufacturer).   fBass say: This model was developed in collaboration with Alain Caron over many years. The AC line was inspired by Alain’s desire to have one bass that could do it all, having an extended range with easy access for soloing and being able to produce anything from acoustic to modern electric tones. This wide variety of tonal possibilities is mainly due to the configuration of pickups and controls. As well as offering a “standard” magnetic tone, the piezo pickup and chambered body allows you access to acoustic tones, and the attack that an acoustic instrument offers. The two separate volumes allow you to blend the magnetic and piezo pickups in any amount of each, not limiting you to the fixed levels of a blend control. The passive tone control functions whether in passive or active mode enabling it to modify a different set of frequencies than the ones affected by the active tone controls. This bass is the “King of Fretless” with a very “BIG” sound!   http://www.fbass.com/ Share...

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Eclipse by Adamovic
Nov19

Eclipse by Adamovic

If I were a bassist: http://www.adamovic.nl/2basses/Custom/EC.htm Share...

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Guitar made for John Mclaughlin by Mike Sabre
Nov19

Guitar made for John Mclaughlin by Mike Sabre

 Mike Sabre says: “This guitar is 33 inches long and was conceived in order to travel in plane cockpits to avoid damage during ?ight transports.” Not sure he means “cockpits” exactly but if it fits in an overhead locker … http://www.mike-sabre.com Share...

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‘Dragon’ by Lowland Guitars
Nov19

‘Dragon’ by Lowland Guitars

http://www.lowlandguitars.nl Share...

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Bee Basses
Nov14

Bee Basses

http://www.beebasses.com/ Share...

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