#1
Has any1 of heard of these?My friends dad has a band and there bassits plays 1 of these.
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#2
Hark? Unless it's an obscure company, you might be quoting the wrong name.

Hartke? Yes, they make bass beginner packs in addition to their amp line and whatnot.
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Sounds to me like an excuse.

"Honey, I've got to buy a new bass! This diamond is made of a dead guy! I made him a promise!"


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#3
no its not hartke.I saw the headstock of the bass and it said hark.He said they dont make them anymore.
Quote by Damaged Roses
I don't really understand why basses have 24 frets, I mean, I've never seen a bassist playing more than the 12 fret.


My Gear-
Warwick Double Buck
Epiphone EB0
GK MB 210
Fender Rumble
#4
Intriguing. I googled them and couldn't find anything. Pics?
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Sounds to me like an excuse.

"Honey, I've got to buy a new bass! This diamond is made of a dead guy! I made him a promise!"


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#5
I dont have pics but ill try to get some.Ive only seen it once tho.
Quote by Damaged Roses
I don't really understand why basses have 24 frets, I mean, I've never seen a bassist playing more than the 12 fret.


My Gear-
Warwick Double Buck
Epiphone EB0
GK MB 210
Fender Rumble
#6
Hmm ive never heard of Hark so i can't help you there. I have a Hartke bass pack on the other hand and it's great- for a beginner anyway. Very light and nice fretboard
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