- Nov 24, 2008
The only problem with the LEDs is that they can be a potential customer service nightmare. Maybe glow in the dark inlays would be better.
Well, for a DD, everything must be taken seriously LOLI was kind of joking about the fingerboard LED's, but I was looking for a really out-there (in MM terms) option for a limited edition bass. In retrospect, actually, the glow-in-the-dark inlays (and side dots, too?) might be really cool, too, if they have a really high intensity.
When I was a police officer, I had a Glock .45 handgun with glow in the dark night sights. They were amazing, and even glowed when they hadn't been exposed to light. That glowing material would be perfect!
I just want an awesome roasted birdeye maple neck on a Sterling\Stingray\Bongo... I dont think its been done before has it besides Classics & new Levin?
Guitar Center had a bunch of different BFRs with roasted necks about a year ago. Some had maple boards, some had rosewood or ebony. Really gorgeous basses in a whole bunch of colors:
Most of these signs are made using a slightly radioactive element, Tritium. It is a byproduct of the nuclear reaction process...
What is used specifically on gun sights, I am not sure.
Tritium, phosphor and a few "secret" materials in mix , ...mostly used for a gun sights and watches.
If exposed on a day light for an hour, could "light" in the dark whole night, like this:
My grandmother had a clock with radium painted hands. That paint has a half life of 1600 years!
Unfortunately the product is known to cause cancer by the State of California (and everyone else) so a Dargie in that color would be out of the question.