and they pop up in used places every time and again.
Thinline Fortress, maple/wenge laminate BO neck, with one star bass pickup and one lipstick pickup, both gold, and a red stained high grade flame...
worked well with the guy I bought mine from, I opted for keeping my Roadrunner gig bag however.
I have one in my fortress. to break through a mix evenly, it's best to cut a bit of the highs I find. in all situations.
for that excellent flame?
^it doesn't sound like you need much suggestion.
you should obviously give it to me for safekeeping.
but really, leave it like that- extra work that isn't required.
someone please try me a Fortress One (J/J) all standard, but with a standard looking bubinga body?
this is to see if there's any way I would...
oh that is gorgeous.
Warwick should really make that a standard option for that bass... 0_0
making your bass a passive bass (V,V,T of course) sounds like a good idea to me. you can make an active bass sound passive, but never all the way.
mmm. or even... dare I say... M shape neck? that'd be a new thing to play.
they do a sexy green. :)
yes, and it slides my shirt forward a bit. as seen in above picture :)
if it didn't, it wouldn't be a fortress. :)
though I must admit, it has a little neck tug (it's not dive, like on an epi t-bird, just a slight...
well, don't I feel stupid?
shoulda used the searchbar.
yeah, I'm getting one soon, ordering the piece.
I swear, if Tommy Shannon played a Wick, it would be this shredded baby. it's covered in little...
I may have something else- and you guessed right.
I know a British guy. he can no doubt drop the price.
maybe a Bart in the neck? Bartolini tends to give the sound a little less midfocus, and more bassiness.
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