Wandering about a local bass store, I saw one of these in the racks. Didn't have time to play it but they have a built in amp and drum machine. So anyone actually played one of these? I am intrigued...They look rather ugly and the youtube videos make them sound a bit bright and trebly

Why Apache? It's a cool sounding name and then you get... that.

Edit: Crapache. It took me a day, but I got it.
Last edited by SovietStar at Feb 16, 2017,
Sorry, Tam. Bill Wyman with a similar Vox bass kind of poisoned me on the whole idea.

Just...ick! Seriously, ick!
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That was The " The Tear Drop" One The One We Are On About On Here Is Called " The Coffin" Its A Remake Of The best One a Phantom VI Special Played By Ian Curtis Of Joy Division 

These Apache's Are Good I Think As I Own One In Red They Are Classed As a Travel Bass Guitars And Sound Cool Tho A Big Amp .

Last edited by wezbash at Mar 10, 2017,
Negative.  The Vox Organ Guitar ruined that one, too.

The designers must not have known that LSD was illegal.
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