View Full Version : Hehe, guess what I just ordered :)

11-04-2011, 05:50 AM
I just got me one of these:

http://www.smallguitars.com/catalog/images/colors/medium/650-GMB_small_mini_child_bass_guitar_for_kids_children _and_travel_red.jpg


It's gonna take a week or two to ship here.
I'm looking forward to it :)

I love my Epiphone Viola bass and Legacy long scale bass.. but they're just a bit too bulky compared to my ukes. I wanted a short scaled bass for a while, and this one seemed the best value.

11-04-2011, 05:56 AM
Nice pick-up for you! Hopefully the shorter scale will be a good fit and you'll have a great time getting that thumping kine downbeat groove going.

11-04-2011, 06:05 AM
Not too sure about the thumping, I'm thinking of putting some flat wounds on it when it gets here.
But can't wait.

At around half price of a Ubass, how could I resist?

Oh wow, this guy makes it sound awesome too:


11-06-2011, 09:27 AM
Awesome! I'm having success with the bass uke I made from a cheapo baritone + UBass strings, but it has volume issues that has me looking around. I was looking at the Ibanez Mikro which is 28.5 inch scale. So . . .

What scale is the Corsair and is it tuned as a normal bass?

The new Kala SUB bass is on the list too but I don't know when I could swing that. Also the Ibanez comes in orange and I have a 1997 AS80 in a similar color.


11-07-2011, 11:04 PM
The Corsair is 25 inch scale.
I think the Ibanez Micro at 28.5 will still feel a bit big for me.
My Viola bass (Epiphone OEM) is 30 inch, and feels like a full size guitar.

The one I ordered is not the "Corsair" per se, but it is the OEM (ie: the same guitar, just unbranded) from here:

The price is right!

11-14-2011, 12:02 AM
It arrived, and I love it!!!