4-String 5-String 6-String+ Acoustic-Electric Fretless Lefties
In the Workshop I'm working on customer basses as well as custom prototypes which might include 2-String, 3-String, 4-String, 5-String, and 6-String basses. If you're looking to build a custom designed and shaped bass or simply want to find your tone on the one you own, I'll work with you to achieve that. That's what custom means; 1-on-1, 1 at a time.
You can buy a bass guitar, and other musical instruments, available from other manufacturers due to my affiliations with zZounds Music, Rondo Music, and many other companies, but what's most important is what you'll be wanting your new bass guitar to be once it arrives at your house. A new bass guitar should be ready to play and, unfortunately, most basses you buy, with the exception of some fine custom bass builders, will NOT be ready when you get it~! That's where I come in.
Buy any bass guitar or bass package deal and, instead of shipping it to your house, ship it to my shop and I'll perform upgrades and setup procedures and then ship it to you 100% buzz free and ready to play~!
The #1 question I receive from people buying a bass through me instead of the other places, like Musician's Friend or Guitar Center, is this; "Why would I want to buy a bass from you when you charge shipping and they ship for free?" Well, mainly because I perform a Setup as well as simple string changes and other upgrades so that when you open your package your bass will be ready to play.
The price I charge for the Pro Setup is $100 and $35 for shipping the bass to you after I service it.
This Setup price is reduced when choosing other typical services and upgrades.
Why Buy Now? Well, mainly due to the inflation rate of basses. The demoraphic analysis shows an annual increase in the price of new bass guitars of 9% . . . so what does that mean? You can quickly estimate this increase at 10% by adding $10 per every $100 of the bass you're looking to buy and you'll arrive at the proven price you can expect to pay for the bass you're wanting to buy. A $1500 bass might be $1650 next year~!
If you want to talk about bass, please bear with me. Tone and pickup suggestions are extremely subjective and better discussed within a forum structure and not through email. I can help you select parts, and show you where the parts are located, and there's product descriptions there, but I don't have the time to spend hours typing these conversations unless it's for a project that you're ready to undertake.
I have removed the phone number from this website due to too many calls during business and non-business hours, disrupting the flow of work being performed. Please don't take it personal; this is a business, and time talking takes away the time needed to spend on the basses belonging to paying customers. Contact me via email first and you will receive my phone number upon my reply. People using the phone forces me to write everything out where email eliminates this for me.
Thank you for your understanding and your business.