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Marko1960
Posts: 2174
How many of you are aware of the Wishbass company from North Carolina, check them out cos you think you've seen everything, then you see a Wishbass
johnny [staff]
Posts: 899
can you post some pictures?
Marko1960
Posts: 2174
I'll give it a go
Marko1960
Posts: 2174
I can't do it, I can post pictures just about anywhere but Basstabs isn't very picture posting friendly, if you download some from Google Images then you could post them
LoudLon [moderator]
Posts: 1489
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I can't do it, I can post pictures just about anywhere but Basstabs isn't very picture posting friendly, if you download some from Google Images then you could post them



You just need to use image tags, as such:
[img]image URL here[/img]

Boom.
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He's got some crazy designs.http://www.davesbassplace.com/DavesBassPlace/Wishbass.html

Now that huge ass single cut is what I need on a guitar. Don't know I feel about the giant block of wood. Lol
IamMark
Posts: 863
I can only imagine some of those mahogany basses when finished are extremely heavy.

I don't like hoisting my p-bass body mahogany 6 string. Let alone something that looks like twice the amount of wood.

But they are interesting to look at.
SeanCe
Posts: 16
Wow. Could never see myself playing something like that, but as you say Mark, they are interesting to look at, that's for sure.
Marko1960
Posts: 2174
They have so much wood cos they don't have truss rods, I'm not a fan, I think a musical instrument should be a tool, not a work of art
IamMark
Posts: 863
Here's another interesting builder.

Some of these look liks something Les Claypool would play.

https://ritter-instruments.com/history.php

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