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Re: How many strings do you got?


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Posted by jack daniel on July 25, 2000 at 07:22:00:

In Reply to: Re: How many strings do you got? posted by Datsgor on July 24, 2000 at 21:24:28:

: : : : Do you know other type of bass that the ones name below?

: : : : fretted or fretless

: : : : single or double neck

: : : : 4,5,6,7,8,10 or 12 strings

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: : : could you please rephrase your question to one that is understanable?

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: : sorry but i don't speak english very well and so is my writing!

: : i want to know if there is any other kind or category of bass that the one i name

: : cuz i heard about a 9 strings bass but i never see one! and i wonder if there is

: : any other type of bass that i never heard about. i hope you'll understand this time!!!

: well, i know of an old WAL bass that had nine strings, but it was a three string bass with two octave strings on each main string.(actually it may have been a one of a kind)(it is currently owned by chris squire)as for current production basses , i think you pretty much named them all......late.

thank you very much for your answer. for some fun go visit http://basslinks.com/ if you're not went already . there's many links to bass dealers site and i'm sure you'll find some beautiful babies like the double-neck (a fretted and a fretless) 7 strings collection bass guitar that i can't find anymore but how care!




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