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Re: Keith Roscoe basses

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Posted by JB Scearce ( on November 13, 2002 at 23:18:45:

In Reply to: Keith Roscoe basses posted by Jon Tegnell on July 18, 2002 at 20:09:40:

: Has anyone here got one of these instruments?

: Theyre a bit pricey, but they have (I hear) very stable necks. After years of constant neck instability with my Stingray, this aspect is starting to look good.

: I appreciate any thoughts on these instruments!

: Jon

I've been playing a Roscoe 4 string for around 18 years. it's undoubtedly the most rugged instrument I've ever owned. I've known Keith Roscoe for years and I;m convinced he's one of the finest luthiers in the business. I recently purchased a 5 string with Aguilar active preamp and Bartolini pickups. It is the baddest bass I;ve ever laid my hands on. if you're looking for a high end bass, by all means consider a Roscoe. I promise you'll not be disappointed. Check out my 5 on the website.
Jeffrey B. Scearce

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