Thread subject: STATII.COM: For all things Status-Graphite :: Series 2 Fretless

Posted by alexcar6677 on 09-01-2015 19:31
#1

Thought my obsession was over, but i saw this and realised it's not, number 48, looks a little worse for wear, but I'll have to rectify that, and possible get it fretted yum

Edited by alexcar6677 on 24-10-2021 01:06

Posted by enzo on 09-01-2015 22:24
#2

You will never get rid of that obsession my friend. Great find!

Posted by me4bass on 10-01-2015 01:54
#3

Frets Frown Nooooo Shock

Posted by bassbus on 10-01-2015 10:25
#4

Why would anyone want to put a new dome on St. pauls Cathedral? Or, perish the thought, get a new bass player in Level 42?Shock

Posted by alexcar6677 on 23-01-2015 21:32
#5

This bad boy finally turned up, has some nice features on it, the 1st is a solid lacquer on the thru neck graphite like the Strats used to have, the 2nd is the GMT knobs with the numbers on, i'v only ever see 1 like this before, belonging to MK, 3rd is the early flashing LED battery indicator, and the strangest is the circuit, it is definitely a Status circuit, but instead od Bass/Treble it's a parametric mid, very interesting

Edited by alexcar6677 on 24-10-2021 01:06

Posted by enzo on 24-01-2015 00:56
#6

That is REALLY nice Alex! Can you explain a little more the parametric mid thing to the non expert chaps? Speaking of the MK old SII, do you know by any chance which serial # was his? I do remember the knobs with the numbers...

Posted by alexcar6677 on 24-01-2015 01:46
#7

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enzo wrote: That is REALLY nice Alex! Can you explain a little more the parametric mid thing to the non expert chaps? Speaking of the MK old SII, do you know by any chance which serial # was his? I do remember the knobs with the numbers...
Hi Enzo, no idea what serial number MK's was, the two knobs, one is a mid frequency, the other is cut and boost of that frequency al

Posted by Damon on 20-03-2018 14:49
#8

Does anyone know what happened to this bass after it left young Alex's hands?