I'm all for it, but id pay an insane amount for a 36ish-34 scale fanned fret bongo before a headless bongo.
A fanned fret headless Bongo that would be something!
Personally that’s a huge NO with another huge NO !
Fanned frets. That’s another novelty I don’t get or want to get.
I mean yes they quite possibly internate better when testing every note with a strobe tuner but is that even necessary?
Like i said, im for it but probably not in combination.
if it were up to me id rather have a fanned fret over headless, in fact id pay a bug buck for a fanned fret. the playability is great, and somehow more natural feeling.
Fanned fret actually does something, where (as far as i understand) headless doesnt do much. Maybe assist neck dive? not an issue for the bongo. im gonna do some google to headless perks.
i have a few combustion basses that i adore but the tone and comfortability of the bongo tops it over my NG2s.
There seem to be more and more guitar builders jumping on the bandwagon.As far as putting the two together I know of only one bass that’s being made at present that has both so they do exist but fortunately that’s not here