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No, this does not relate back to the "Midget Wresters vs Lion" thing I posted recently.

 

Please, someone tell me about this bass:

http://i22.ebayimg.com/02/i/04/20/eb/b4_1_b.JPGhttp://i10.ebayimg.com/03/i/04/20/5a/e3_1_b.JPG

 

23" scale! Were these popular back in the day??

"For instance" is not proof.

 

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From the process of deduction I find that few ampeg basses were actually poular back in the day.
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I've seen this headstock/neck before but not on a P-bass body and not with the "little stud" logo, so it's either a custom-built one-off (some factories allow their employees to build a personal guitar on the job) or a forgery.
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Originally posted by Fred the bass player:

...so it's either a custom-built one-off (some factories allow their employees to build a personal guitar on the job) or a forgery.

Found more info on it. It was a production model.

 

BLURB ON LITTLE STUD.

"For instance" is not proof.

 

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Originally posted by Danzilla:

Maybe it was made for one of the midget wrestlers mentioned here: http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/5/t/011810.html

Did you read the very first sentence in my first post? ;)

 

Anyway, it's apparently NOT short scale, although it sure looks like it to me. I'm fascinated, and I'm not even remotely into vintage instruments.

"For instance" is not proof.

 

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Originally posted by Fred the bass player:

Originally posted by lug:

Some info:

 

http://users.aol.com/bluemuse/instruments.html

Man, to put the "Stud" series on the same page as the classic AEBs and the Dan Armstrong models... :eek:
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Don't worry, it was at a hotel (watch out for room 324 at the W in Seattle).

 

Off-topic: Apparently, the most dirty thing in a hotel room is the remote control - I could see that. The most dirty item in a restaurant is the menu, unless you've eaten at a Rutgers University grease truck, in which case the most dirty thing is the chef. ;)

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Originally posted by getz76:

Don't worry, it was at a hotel (watch out for room 324 at the W in Seattle).

 

Off-topic: Apparently, the most dirty thing in a hotel room is the remote control - I could see that. The most dirty item in a restaurant is the menu, unless you've eaten at a Rutgers University grease truck, in which case the most dirty thing is the chef. ;)

Actually, I've never seen a maid at a hotel take the comforter. Ewww...I immediately stip those from the bed.

 

And apart from an airport bathroom urinal, I think the most microbes per square inch were found in the fingerholes of a rental bowling ball.

"For instance" is not proof.

 

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