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I want to know about the bass guitar from this video. I really can not find it.   
#2
That's a hard one. It's got a little bit of a Rick vibe because of the bridge and pickup cover. I don't think it's a Rick, though. I would guess that it's not a mass produced instrument. The multi laminate neck was a custom feature during that time period.
#3
Gives me a Wal vibe
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Quote by STEPSWORK4ME
That's a hard one.  It's got a little bit of a Rick vibe because of the bridge and pickup cover.  I don't think it's a Rick, though. I would guess that it's not a mass produced instrument.  The multi laminate neck was a custom feature during that time period.

Which makes me think it might be a Mayones custom?  Hard to tell though
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Quote by anarkee
Which makes me think it might be a Mayones custom?  Hard to tell though

I was thinking the same thing.  The guy is Polish, and Mayones basses are made in Poland.  But it could be any number of custom makers' work.
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Quote by anarkee
Which makes me think it might be a Mayones custom?  Hard to tell though

That's a definite possibility. I'm unsure of how long Malone's has been around or how long they've had their signature headstock design. I tend to try to use that feature for identification. Most custom builders use the headstock as a signature.