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Lemmy Kilmister homaged with sick new custom Motörhead ‘Warpig’ bass

Custom ‘Lemmy Bass’ by Cynosure Guitars.
Set to make their debut to the word at massive UK heavy metal festival Bloodstock are two new custom bass guitars that were created to memorialize the forever frontman of Motörhead, Lemmy Kilmister.

Paul Raymond Gregory the man behind Bloodstock commissioned Cynosure Guitars to make two different Lemmy inspired basses—“The Lemmy Bass” with a body carved in Wenge wood (found in Central Africa) in the image of Motörhead’s famous “Warpig” (also known as “Snaggletooth” complete with a nose ring and Zebra wood eyes that function as volume controls) and a more classic bass with touches inspired by Lemmy’s love of German WWII military artifacts.

In addition to getting an eyeful of both incredible bass guitars the bar at Bloodstock has been renamed “Lemmy’s Bar” in honor of the rebellious Kilmister who as we all know had a nearly life-long relationship with booze—specifically his beloved Jack and Coke. While I know many of our readers are big Motörhead fans and are probably saying out loud “shut up and take my money!” both fully-functional basses are at this time one-offs and do not appear to be for sale. Yet.




The back of the ‘Warpig’ custom bass.

A slightly more traditional ‘WWII-inspired’ custom ‘Motörhead Bass’ by Cynosure Guitars.

H/T: Metal Hammer

Previously on Dangerous Minds:
Lemmy Kilmister gets ambushed by three of his ex’s on TV in the late 90s

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