#2
who has that big of hands?
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#3
I wish i had the Dran Michael 4, the isabella Dran Michael 6, and the teanth anniversary JDran 5. those things are sooooo nice, wish i could afford one
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#4
i could play those!
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#6
I've played one, though I didn't know what it was at the time. Believe me when I say that they are worth every bit of the price.
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#7
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Those basses seem so pretentious to me.

"Look, I can play a 9 string bass."


How is that pretentious? So long as they have the skill to play it well, they're just expanding their horizons.
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Sounds to me like an excuse.

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#9
I really wish i had the money to just go buy one of them right now
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#10
Wow. My favorites are the blue one thats about the third one down and the one in the middle with the purple tint and the tiger on the fretboard. I think its better not asking how much they cost
#11
Beautiful basses, but they got nothin' on Ritter basses.

Have you guys seen that white/gold floral one? The thing costs like $20,000 USD. According to the Ritter site that bass has a nut made out of ivory from a mammoth and is "at least 10,000 years old."

EDIT: Those inlays on the "Yaweh" or w/e it is are totally baller, I want a flock of birds for inlays on my ERB....once I get one.
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#12
Holy jesus those are beautiful. I love the sword inlay.
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#13
My God, they're so damn sexy. If only I could afford one.

Those pictures have found their way into my bookmarks. Just to look at.
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#14
Quote by hatebreed219
Beautiful basses, but they got nothin' on Ritter basses.

Have you guys seen that white/gold floral one? The thing costs like $20,000 USD. According to the Ritter site that bass has a nut made out of ivory from a mammoth and is "at least 10,000 years old."

EDIT: Those inlays on the "Yaweh" or w/e it is are totally baller, I want a flock of birds for inlays on my ERB....once I get one.


$20,000USD? Try more like $36,000 USD. It's gorgeous. Although I'd rather have the purple kingwood one.

I don't really like the shape of the warrior basses. The bottom isn't really to actractive to me.
#15
Quote by hatebreed219
Beautiful basses, but they got nothin' on Ritter basses.

Have you guys seen that white/gold floral one? The thing costs like $20,000 USD. According to the Ritter site that bass has a nut made out of ivory from a mammoth and is "at least 10,000 years old."

EDIT: Those inlays on the "Yaweh" or w/e it is are totally baller, I want a flock of birds for inlays on my ERB....once I get one.



I find Ritter body shapes to be too bulbous-looking. In any case, I'd be scared to even hold something that expensive, knowing that it costs so ****ing much. That's why I don't ever want to own a Ferrari or Lamborghini... they're such powerful cars that also happen to cost an arm and a leg.
#16
I really don't like the shape of the bodies on most of those basses. I'm sure they sound awesome, and the necks look exceptional, but the bodies look almost like a mistake in measurements.
#17
The Warrior's necks look kinda thick, but still I'd love to have one, they are beautiful. I prefer Ritter for over the top basses/woods/etc, but for really classy, beautiful basses I'd take a Warrior no doubt.
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#18
Those look like small penis basses...if I was a bass player, I'd go with a Carvin Bunny Brunnel.
#19
Quote by canadianpunk071
How is that pretentious? So long as they have the skill to play it well, they're just expanding their horizons.

I don't think theres any need for that many notes. People have written great songs with much less. It's a waste of money and a bit of a gimmick bass.


This is all my opinion, after all.
#21
Quote by Mudmen190
I really don't like the shape of the bodies on most of those basses. I'm sure they sound awesome, and the necks look exceptional, but the bodies look almost like a mistake in measurements.

I love the shape of the bodies.
I love verything about them. Hell, I'd sell my virginity for one.
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The power to feel with others give.
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#22
Quote by Dinkydaisy
I love the shape of the bodies.
I love verything about them. Hell, I'd sell my virginity for one.

...so you were saying...?


#23
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I don't think theres any need for that many notes.



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