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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by lbanks, Oct 15, 2003.
Lets see some of those axes from the 'Other' elder mass guitar maker. Here the Ripper...
The old Victory Artist was too cool... anyone have a pic?
Here's my recorder!
I just wanted a Gibson that didn't look like everyone elses!
Got this a few months ago and really like it.
oops - hope this attaches now.
bought in 1975 for $125.00
I just noticed that the neck pickup tone is set at 7.5 but the bridge pup tone and the VOLUME SWITCHES ARE ALL SET TO 10.
WHAAAAT! I CAN'T HEAR YOU!
Yow. Actual pic of yours or borrowed pic? Either way, that is sweet.
1985 Gibson Explorer U.S.A. neck-thru, ebony board
'76 Grabber w/ sliding p-up, natural.
Neck stamp, my bass has the same birthday as me!!!
Cept its older then you
Here's mine. It's a 1981 Victory Standard Fretless.
It's mine and I own a brown one just like it! I'm a collector and I purchase many rare basses!
I wanted one of those bad back around 1978
wow i'm jealous... i've wanted a black ripper for a long time...
i did have a blonde ripper once (attached is the seller's old photo). it was advertised to have exact replacement aftermarket pickups, but it was not the case and it was in fact DIY routed like an empty pool under the pickguard. the pickups were not so great, really microphonic and no company made matching replacement pickups. so i ended up selling it. played great and looked awesome, but those aftermarket pickups really killed the sound.
'76 Thunderbird. I am the original owner.
I owned a ThunderBird in the 70's and I can't for the life of me remember why I sold it??
Nice looking bass Showdown!
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