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Database TB2000 #962

Model:   TB2000
Type:   Standard - Bass
Body:   Koa
Neck:   Imron Coated
Serial:   #962
Date Purchased:   10/02/1987
Date Submitted:   04/24/2010
Last Modified:   04/24/2010

First Name:   Mark
Last Name:   Mak
Country:   Australia

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Description

Description:   Fairly original. When I bought it the action was horribly high at the last fret even with the bridge saddles wound down, but the sound was too good to pass by. The only answer (forgive me) was to replace the fingerboard with a thicker one that was perfectly tapered to be thinner at the nut thicker at the body. Job was masterfully performed by John Youngberg in Brisbane. I will never part with it!

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Member Profile

Bio:
Bass player & vocalist with indie rock band Oatmeal.

Music: (musical influences / inspirations)
Killing Joke, Nirvana,Tony Levin, Robert Palmer, Joy Division, Cure, Incubus, Police.

Gear: (amps, pedals, etc)
TC Electronic RH450, Multiple custom-made "Quarter Quad" bass reflex speaker cabinets running a single 12 inch Eminence speaker in each, DigiTech GNX4 Multi Effects Processor. but cant live without my old Guyatone Flanger pedal.

Home Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/oatmealtv