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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by d barham, Oct 19, 2019.
got some of the family together for a photo.
I'd love to have another good bass guitar.....*sigh*
THE perfect head stock!
I like G&L but the head stock while not bad aint the Fender!
It's odd how we can spot a fake that's just a little bit off...
Aye lad, it's a fine lookin' batch of chickens you have there.
It's true. Even though there are many variations of Fender headstocks, you can tell at a glance if looks genuine or not.
Pardon my ignorance, but what is the small 4 string, bottom right?
Lovely family ! Man i had 3 guitars, would post the same but ended up with 2 , no family so
That’s a 1962 fender four string electric mandolin.
I'm a sucker for that bold, '70s custom logo found on the top right.
Does my preference for Teles influence my bass preferences? Why of course- I really like the '51 style headstock.
Crazy, really......I don't know the first thing about basses.
Nice pic. The tele headstock is one of the reasons why I like them so much
I'm a fender player and absolutely love the look of a strat and tele headstock however here's my Numero Uno- no this is not my own Martin
An eternal design. I enjoy the variations.
I kinda wish my mustang and DS had 70s style model logos, but I'm happy overall
Yea, lots of copying of the shape.
This is the most recent I've noticed. Rest of the bass isn't very fendery, but this headstock sure is...
What's the black fiver, please?
That would be a fender FM60e. Not necessarily valuable, but a little on the obscure side. It’s a five string semi hollow bodied electric tuned like a mandolin with an extra lower C string.
Very interesting and very cool....
This is a cool one: