Re: munich bass


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Posted by Thomas Goodman on August 25, 2000 at 21:43:34:

In Reply to: munich bass posted by Will on August 25, 2000 at 15:02:05:

Hello, as my handle indicates I am interested in and live in Korea. I have played alot of basses here, although I believe I have played a Munich bass, couldn't distinguish it from other basses as that most instruments here come out ofhte same factories. I have been pretty pleased with most of the Korean bases Ihave played and for the money would say yes that I recommend buying one. However, my tacher in the US says that Korean basses tend to be "green" which means that the wood has not been aged and that they will after some years, (perhaps less than 5 or 10 begin to crack). However, another player and dealer I know has told me to not to worry about any of that so much as that most European basses are not made from aged woods. I would say then that if price is your main consideration, and you can get some sort of warranty or service guarantee, that you buy the bass, provided that it feels like th right bas to you. Thomas Goodman




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