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Based on a friend of ours who’s passion for the perfect instrument lead to a number of incarnations of something similar to what you see here. We would like to think he would have liked our take on his classic.
We had a 1962 Candy Apple Red bass that was sadly stolen from the Bass Center in Wapping, the neck however has always been a favourite and over the years we have used it in various forms from T-Basses to Lodestones.
Ashdown Engineering
Item ID: TG4-BK
We had a 1962 Candy Apple Red bass that was sadly stolen from the Bass Center in Wapping, the neck however has always been a favourite and over the years we have used it in various forms from T-Basses to Lodestones.
We had a 1962 Candy Apple Red bass that was sadly stolen from the Bass Center in Wapping, the neck however has always been a favourite and over the years we have used it in various forms from T-Basses to Lodestones.
Well you can’t beat a P-Bass it was right in 1957 and with some minor refinements our ARC is as it should be today. With Dan’s knowledge of basses and his eye for detail our basses are finished to his high standards.
Based on a friend of ours who’s passion for the perfect instrument lead to a number of incarnations of something similar to what you see here. We would like to think he would have liked our take on his classic.
Based on a friend of ours who’s passion for the perfect instrument lead to a number of incarnations of something similar to what you see here. We would like to think he would have liked our take on his classic.
Ashdown Engineering
Item ID: TG5-BK
We had a 1962 Candy Apple Red bass that was sadly stolen from the Bass Center in Wapping, the neck however has always been a favourite and over the years we have used it in various forms from T-Basses to Lodestones.
Ashdown Engineering
Item ID: TG4-30-LPB
We had a 1962 Candy Apple Red bass that was sadly stolen from the Bass Center in Wapping, the neck however has always been a favourite and over the years we have used it in various forms from T-Basses to Lodestones.
Ashdown Engineering
Item ID: TG4-OW
We had a 1962 Candy Apple Red bass that was sadly stolen from the Bass Center in Wapping, the neck however has always been a favourite and over the years we have used it in various forms from T-Basses to Lodestones.
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