A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

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John Mueller
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

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WOW! That is very beautiful.

Chuck Tweedy
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

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Hey Dave. I never saw this before (have to admit I don't spend much time in this list)
That is an amazing bass! And your impeccable work speaks for itself - outstanding!!
Likes to drink Rosewood Juice

Jim Bonnell
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

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Incredible bass Dave! I would love to try something like that in the future. Very inspiring.

Nate Scott
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

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Impressed by every detail. Thanks for sharing this.

Dave Higham
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

Post by Dave Higham »

I haven't been around here lately either, so hadn't noticed this thread had been revived. Thank you all for your comments.

Gerbrand Nel
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

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WOW..Just WOW!!

John Catto
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

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That's fantastic!

Dave Higham
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

Post by Dave Higham »

Again I didn't notice this thread had been revived.
John, after being mightily impressed by your work for a number of years, I really appreciate your comment.

Chad McCormack
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

Post by Chad McCormack »

Absolutely killer piece of craftsmanship you got there, Dave!

michael o'malley
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

Post by michael o'malley »

Very cool and beautifully executed!

I have a fanned fret Dingwall bass and I love it--fanned frets are a really great idea ion a five string especially

Douglas Martins
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

Post by Douglas Martins »

Yes, truly nice bass!
Excellent job.

Keith Howell
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

Post by Keith Howell »

Do you have any plans available?

Andy Bounsall
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Re: A 5-string multi-scale Skeleton Bass

Post by Andy Bounsall »

Great looking bass and equally great photographs. Well done!

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