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Posted by Datgor on September 28, 2001 at 17:09:54:

In Reply to: The perfect bass posted by A on September 28, 2001 at 11:49:21:

: Ever since I started to play bass i've dreamed of owning the perfect bass.

: Today when I was talking to my friend we started talking about the perfect guitar and the perfect bass.

: I decided that my perfect bass would have;
: 1) The neck form a Warwick bass
: 2) Some great pickups (any pickups with a warm, thick and very, very bass sound)
: 3) A two teck bridge (or is that 2 Tek ?)
: 4) the body of a gibson SG
: 5) active electronics

: I'm quite sure that you can't simply take all these peices and throw them together to get a great bass.
: But. Can you take the neck, pickups, electronics and bridge and then fix them to a "home-made" body ?
: Just as long as you could make the body yourself you could make almost any bass, with different parts from different basses, right ?

: What I really want to know is if this would work or not, are there implications?

: Also, could I get someone to make the body of the bass and assemble it for me ?
: Are there people who would / could do that (for a price of course) ?

: Any help'd be appreciated
: Thanks
: Adam

How much you willing to spend? For about 700. you could have this dream bass and would be better then many, many basses that cost three times as much. by the way where are you located.

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