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My son Thomas needed a bass for school. It's a half-scale recycled wood composite (cardboard) AB5, CNC'd with a Sharpie. He'll be road-testing it in class today.

We're thinking of using this technique (full size) to pre-test new models for balance and ergonomics.
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Cute little kid. he can be proud on his dad!
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That's way cooler than anything MY parents ever gave me to take to school. :evil:
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Very nice.

I wonder if the teacher will figure out he had some 'help' making his project?

Good job, Sheldon Jr.
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How cool. 8)

A picollo AB5. Tuned high A-F?
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Finally
2 short scaled Dingwalls.........

Thomas, and a baby afterburner.

Of course 15yrs from now Thomas will be 6 ft 5, and punch my lights out for caling him short
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Very cool!
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I can't wait to see pics and read about Thomas' gig at school on the "Still Payin' Dues" thread.
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I want one!!! How much?

Mark
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That's one handsome Dude!
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[quote="guitarded":1hk45dlp]I want one!!! How much?

Mark[/quote:1hk45dlp]

I'm buying the one after Mark!!!
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Man, I could use one of those little basses for my desk. I'd put it right next to that poster I made!

If you need any help testing functional prototypes for ergonomics and balance, just let me know - I'd be happy to help! :D

Joe
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Well Sheldon! What are you waiting for! Update the merchandise on the website...! ;-)
Greetz, Erwin
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This is a great thread. My 4 y/o son would dig that.

If you took it to a print shop and screened an image of a Prima on it, stuck a clock in the middle of the body and had a sign guy wrap a neon light around it, that would make a nice addition to the merchandise section...
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