Ok cool, sending to PTC ASAP!Your guitar is an avid huntsman and a big Ted Nugent fanatic. While you're away at work it listens to Scarborough Country on the radio and defends Jimmy John's owner on Facebook. It wishes for nothing less than to be "Whackmastered" in Zebra print with a soft pink underside.
It used to be the case (90s?) that blondes would colour their hair, brunettes would colour their hair or bleach their hair, but redheads would always be redheads.Actually my wood talks to me too, and my transparent red SE Standard confessed to me yesterday that it really wants to be vivid royal blue!
Whale Blue McCarty 10 Top
I hear ya on that. I've played a lot of 4003s I didn't like or had major neck dive issues. I lucked up on this one, was a blemished model i got from MF for cheap. I put a set of JBE humbuckers (Bardens) and a hipshot brass bridge and now it rocks. I like the feel of it over the Hamer Cruise, it's a rock machine now.Rics are odd beasts. Forever I wanted a 4001 or 4003, but almost every one I played in my life was horrendous. Bad feel, bad sound, and loaded with hum and buzz.
Some years ago I stumbled on an awesome natural maple 4003, but didn't have the cash. Just last week I hapoened upon a natural walnut 4003 that looks great, feels good and sounds great..... only to find that the "gotta have one" phase of my life has passed! Perhaps if I were still playing bass regularly in a band I'd drop the $1900 on it, but I am not playing the basses I have. So I took a pass.