#1
i was looking at the Steinberger's on musicians friend and was quite taken with these beauties but my curiosity was peaked with a question, do any other companies make headstockless basses?
Ibanez SR 505
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GK 700rbII
GK BXL 4x10
GK BXL 1x15
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#2
Status do. If I was going to have a headless bass, I'd have a Rhino Edwards signature model Status. Not cheap though!
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#5
^the retroglide kingbass and the streamline are gorgeous.

only costs the same as eating for 3 months!!!!
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#6
Well, you could eat a third less for nine months and save up like that.
#7
^then you'll be low on more than one kind of pound.


YEAH!!!

Washburn made one. called the bantam I think.
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^then you'll be low on more than one kind of pound.


YEAH!!!

Washburn made one. called the bantam I think.


As of money, I wouldn't too happy, but I must say, losing weight is a really good feeling.
#11
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As of money, I wouldn't too happy, but I must say, losing weight is a really good feeling.

makes me feel like less of a man.
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#12
I like to think that it makes my abs come out more, so therefore more manly.

On topic, does chapman make headless basses?
#13
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^the retroglide kingbass and the streamline are gorgeous.

only costs the same as eating for 3 months!!!!


You spend $1200 a month on food?! That's $40 a day man...how are you still skinny?
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I like to think that it makes my abs come out more, so therefore more manly.

On topic, does chapman make headless basses?


They make headless sticks. Im saving up for one, Ill have it by next january.
#15
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You spend $1200 a month on food?! That's $40 a day man...how are you still skinny?

Us skinny people must eat quite a bit to feed our raging metabolisms. I find I'm constantly eating and still cant gain weight

On the subject of headless basses, I'll always be GASing a little bit for an original Steinberger. Hopefully I'll be able to play one (albeit a heavily modified one) when I visit Bass Northwest over break
Although that Streamline is pretty sexy
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#16
For whoever said Steinberger basses are ugly as sin, I agree mostly, but the XM series are some of the best looking basses I've seen.




You can even occaisonally find one with a Trans-Trem.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feVrW7C8cts

Of course, they don't make them anymore, and the ones with the Trans-Trem had a very limited run, but it's worth mentioning.
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