Show us your true road worn relic axe. Not the dress up one

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  1. sobemtv

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    Post your photo of your beautiful true road worn bass from the true scares, dings, bangs, and scratches. Not those make up one.
     
  2. 20db pad

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  3. sobemtv

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    That is a sexy road worn Spector
     
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  8. qervo

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    This music man stingray has been good to me for the past 13 years. There's sweat funk and blood in the fingerboard.
     
  9. dickfitts

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    Jeez, thisSNsucks! What type of belt buckle do you wear? That's GNARLY!!! Kudos!
     
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    It was like that when I bought it. The wear is pretty insane on that StingRay but it still plays and sounds terrific!
     
  11. sobemtv

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    Thanks folks.
    Lovely road worn stuff!
     
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    ^^ That Stingray up there is bad, bad, badass.

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    My '77 Jazz. I put every mark on it. I am the seond owner, bought off of the original owner in 1979.

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    How do you get wear on the back of the headstock, in between the tuners?
     
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    My Number One, 1981 G&L L2000E... Spent the first 28 years of her life playing 5 nights a week around Memphis and across the south. Pure mojo straight from the Crossroads, and she will kill anything that gets in her path... ImageUploadedByTalkBass1358746651.195137.jpg
     
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    76 on top, 78 bottom.
    both are great players.
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    that bass is incredible, 59?
     

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