electric bass thinking

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Slapfest62
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electric bass thinking

Post by Slapfest62 » 30 Sep 2017, 16:09

Anyone that is familiar with Fodera Basses will know the name Mike Pope - designer of their preamp . . Well he has designed his own model with a couple of great ideas built in . Its good to see people are still thinking on trying to improve or accomodate different styles and sounds outside of the usual box. Given a ridiculous amount of cash, I would buy one of these, no problem. . . waddya reckon? . . check out the features below
http://www.fodera.com/mike-pope-signature-viceroy/

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BazzBass
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Re: electric bass thinking

Post by BazzBass » 01 Oct 2017, 17:34

cool ideas by Mike

I came up with a plan to make FB extenders for 20 fret Fenders

Of course, I have no tools, or skills to do this, but i do get ideas every now and then.

Thought up pizza delivery about 4 years before they arrived in Oz, again no means to progress from an idea, sigh
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Re: electric bass thinking

Post by mmw » 03 Oct 2017, 21:36

Yeah I saw this before I ordered my Fodera, but I'm not into it. Cool that he's into innovating though.
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