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Re: Cremona bass quality


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Posted by Mark on September 02, 2002 at 18:41:30:

In Reply to: Re: Cremona bass quality posted by R.Hayes on May 28, 2002 at 21:58:33:

Yep, I bought a Cremona for about $700 at a shop. I got a great deal on a top of the line setup, and switched to gut strings for rockabilly and bluegrass. I love the way it sounds, and I constantly get compliments about the tone I get out of it. And the thing is a tank. The fingerboard is manly, I can really wail on it and it won't even bounce. I'm sure you could break this thing, but it would be hard to do it on accident.

All told I got a great bass for what I use it for, and cheap, I have an older solid top for arco and when I try to play jazz. I wouldn't recomend it for that.

mark




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