#1
I know they're pretty famous for their 7 string bass. But they have decent looking 4 strings and a sick looking 4 string fretless. Anybody ever played one? Know anything about them?
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#2
I know the Groove Tools are supposed to be some of the most top notch stuff coming out of Korea. I was looking at getting 7 string a while back. From all the reviews I read and all the people I talked to about Conklin's, not one person had a single negative thing to say about them. Unfortunately I have yet to actually give one a try, so I don't have too much info to give you.

EDIT: I assume you're talking about the Groove Tools and not the New Century or CS basses.
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#3
Yeah. I'm talking about the Groove Tools. They look really nice and the reviews are amazing. I'm looking at GT-4 Fretless but I'm thinking of getting it fretted (same place I'm getting my Dean defretted). People say it's the most comfortable neck they've ever played and it's a super fast neck. Sounds pretty damn good to me. xD
I'd really like to try one out though.

EDIT:
I can't find the damn strap buttons on 'em though.
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Bass rig:
Fender MIM Standard Precision Bass (Ginger =])
Gallien-Krueger 1001RB-II 700/50W Biamp Bass Head
Carvin 6x10 Cab.
MXR M-80 Bass Direct Box

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Last edited by Nolanrox at Jul 22, 2010,
#4
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I can't find the damn strap buttons on 'em though.

The upper one is behind the horn, on the back of the bass.
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