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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by TheGrizz, Mar 12, 2008.
Ric 4001, with the skinny neck.
Fender Roscoe Beck 5-string.
My teacher had/has one, and i used to pester him trying to get him to sell it to me.
I did get to play on it a bunch. That thing was one magical piece of lumber.
Pre CBS Fenders, including a 5 string option.
It would look pretty nice! Be sure to post some bass porn when you're done making it!
Squier classic vibe 60's pbass, quit yer snickerin', those that own one know why. Would love to see it offered with an alder body, and maybe in sunburst or amber
Will do. I'll be making a build thread about it when the time comes. should look something life this: minus the ripper pickups & bridge cover
Ibanez 4 string Musician
Starcaster bass again. Just not as expensive as last time
The Gibson L9-s Ripper in it's original configuration.
The Gibson Victory Artist.
The Rickenbacker 4005 thinline hollow-body
I already own a '74 Ripper. I want a second one plus a fretless model.
The other two I almost owned - and I'm still kicking myself for not getting either when I had the chance.
Oh well...at least the Starcaster has been brought back.
Oooooh! Very nice!
Danelectro short-scale 59/DC bass.
They've done a long-scale DC, and they've done the 56/U at least three times, and they're always doing another reissuee of the Longhorn, but never a short-scale DC.
I keep mentioning it in comments, hoping someone at Evets Corp will slap their forehead and scream, "Of course! Why haven't we done that?!"
I've changed my mind. 74 style body looks nicer to me now. Plus, do it in four colours:
I would provide pics, but I'm on holiday and the park's WiFi is horrendous.
I'm sure someone has already mentioned it, but I'm gonna put this one up anyways....
And JUST like with the Peavey T40, we will NEVER see one until the present ownership has passed on into the great guitar factory in the sky.
My favorite bass, however all it would necessitate is getting a higher end Sound Gear and putting about 3 bricks on it.
Mid-90's Washburn XB-920. Or 925, whatever your flavor. Love that series.