How my Bass Kit became a Kit Bass

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Re: How my Bass Kit became a Kit Bass

Postby intrusted » Thu Mar 07, 2019 5:13 pm

John,
After all this time I still come back to this page to admire this bass. I have been searching the past several years on how I will build my next bass. I always come back to yours here. I am still in awe of how yours came out. It still holds the wow factor today as it did when I first seen it. Hope you don't mind but i am gonna use yours as a guide to my next build. Still extremely stunning to me. Once again Job well done!!!!
Carvin BK4A, BK5A, IC6WP
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BX1600-10.4
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Re: How my Bass Kit became a Kit Bass

Postby Praiser » Fri Mar 08, 2019 10:25 am

:oops: AWWW shucks :oops: ...Thanks Randy!
Not only do I not mind if you use it as a guide, I would be down right honored!

Looking forward to your next one to go with what you already have.
Thanks again for the kind words and the bump back to the top. 8)

I haven't been playing much lately so I need to get it out and put a little time in on it.
John

LB75AP, LB70P, X54F, BK50, BK50F, BK40, C780
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