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Re: incoming Duesenberg

Postby aussiemark » Sun Jan 22, 2012 8:27 pm

Chuck B wrote:
aussiemark wrote:You might be confused with the Warwick Star Bass, which is double cut?

No Sir, that brand with the "W" does not confuse me. I think I should have taken a look to the Duesenbass website before posting this. Sorry, it has been my mistake.
Btw - Mr. Gölsdorf, the man behind Duesenberg refers to the Framus Star bass with the Starplayer bass.


And, right on cue, Framus have announced a Star Bass reissue at the current NAMM convention ....

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http://www.framus.de/modules/produkte/p ... 4305&cl=EN

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Postby ghiadub » Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:07 pm

Here is their booth from the NAMM

I was talking to rep about their pickups, I had incorrectly assumed they were chi sonic
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Postby moe monsarrat » Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:01 am

Very nice bass! I'd love to hear the tone you end up with. [smilie=cool-smiley-027.gif]
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Re: incoming Duesenberg

Postby Chuck B » Mon Jan 23, 2012 4:15 pm

ghiadub wrote:Here is their booth from the NAMM

I was talking to rep about their pickups, I had incorrectly assumed they were chi sonic

What's that finish of the D-Bass? They used to offer black, lpb & sonoma red. Okay, they didn't offer a fretless one either...
The D-Bass I once had:
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Postby ghiadub » Mon Jan 23, 2012 4:30 pm

Not sure of the name Chuck, but all those basses had perfect finishes and were very tight. I should have grabbed the pamphlet!
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Re: incoming Duesenberg

Postby Chuck B » Tue Jan 24, 2012 4:19 am

ghiadub wrote:all those basses had perfect finishes and were very tight
They make great stuff at Duesenberg. I just don't know where the parts are made, "assembled in Germany". But I can't get round with the neck profile, I need a rounder neck, more flesh...
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