Re: Palatino bass


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Posted by ben on March 11, 2000 at 03:52:07:

In Reply to: Re: Palatino bass posted by Harrison Murray on March 04, 2000 at 20:07:41:

: : Has anyone ever played or heard of Palatino upright basses? I am looking to buy a starter bass and the Palatino ,Cermoena,englehardt,Srunal, fit my budget. I have been playing the electric bass for 16 years. also do any of these basses have a slimmer neck? I am use to playing fender jazz bass. Thanks.

: ARE YOU NUTS?! IF YOU HAVE ANY REGARD FOR QUALITY, YOU SHOULD NOT EVEN THINK
: ABOUT BUYING A PALATINO!!! NO PARROTS, EITHER!!! I AM BORROWING A MEEMPHIS CITY
: SCHOOLS-OWNED BASS(I don't know who made it) THAT SOUNDS LIKE A CAR RAN OVER IT
: AND IT SOUNDS BETTER THAN ANY PALATINO!!! harrison. I bought the Palatino bass this model has a nice ebony fingerboard. it did need some adjusting of the bridge,nut and new strings. I did the work myself so I didnt have to pay the outraggous prices most repair shops charge for such basic procedures. It sounds and plays as good if not better than some basses three times the price. By the way I played some used basses one was a kay that absolutly looked and sounded like hell and they wanted three times the price of the palatino. Why are you playing a school owned bass? are you still in high school or something? : Ben





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