#1
Well, I haven't been getting much money lately, and I was bored of my Ibanez. I figured I could make a basitar out of it. What I did was used a 65 gauge, placed it in the A section and tuned it to a C#. Then got a 40 gauge, placed it on the D section and tuned it to a G#. I added a folded paper to my saddles to avoid the fret buzz.

I had just done this like 2 days ago, I feel like it sound good. I just wish I had a whammy bar or less spacing between frets like a guitar would have, but I can manage.

Think I can pull it off? Please, any advice, comments, or concerns would be appreciative.
Current Gear
Guitars:
Ibanez GSR200FML - Basitar
Epiphone SG - Bass
(Strictly Stainless Steel Super Slinky Bass strings)

Amps:
110 Watt Peavy amp(For practice)
200 Watt Peavy amp(For soliciting or the occasional gig.)
#2
Oh man....I'm not sure if this would work, but if it does you better make a video haha.

Cheers and good luck, sorry if I don't offer much of a reassurance.
#3
im not exactly sure but....

i think your neck will bend, and your innotation will be off because your using smaller strings
Originally Posted by smb
I'm an arrogant bastard - I thought I was good before I'd plucked a note. I was right, of course.

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#4
Well, it is sortof difficult to play, but it's pretty much the same thing, just an octave lower I guess.
Current Gear
Guitars:
Ibanez GSR200FML - Basitar
Epiphone SG - Bass
(Strictly Stainless Steel Super Slinky Bass strings)

Amps:
110 Watt Peavy amp(For practice)
200 Watt Peavy amp(For soliciting or the occasional gig.)