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  • Out of curiosity, what kind of bass is this?

    This band has appeared a couple of times on America's Got Talent and the bass is interesting looking (for that matter, so is the bass player. ) Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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    It's a Stinger from the brand Bee. I think she's related to the luthier somehow.

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      I have to say, it doesn't appeal to me.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by zerozerozero View Post
        It's a Stinger from the brand Bee. I think she's related to the luthier somehow.
        Thanks. That looks like it.
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          Originally posted by isaac42 View Post
          I have to say, it doesn't appeal to me.
          Not my cuppa either but she apparently likes it.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by isaac42 View Post
            I have to say, it doesn't appeal to me.
            It's got one too many strings - basses have four strings, banjos have five...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Phil O'Keefe View Post
              It's got one too many strings - basses have four strings, banjos have five...
              I'm a four string guy myself. The bass at church, which is where I play bass, is a four string so it just seemed natural to get a four string when I bought mine. That and it's fairly easy to transfer my guitar fretboard knowledge. I haven't tried playing a five string so I can't say whether I'd be able to adapt without a struggle. Besides, neither my SWR LA12 amp nor the Line 6 at church is robust enough to handle a 5 string.
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