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Basses you would like to see reissued

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by TheGrizz, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. Marcury

    Marcury High and Low

    Aug 19, 2007
    Mid Hudson Valley, NY
    Gibson EB1
    Gibson EB2
    Guild Starfire II
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  2. I'm just wondering if you mean the Corvette 72' stingray?
    I was under the impression that due to the non-compete clause that Leo couldn't even build musical products until 1975. As I understand it, they didn't start building the Stingray bass until 1976.
    I could be wrong...If someone knows for sure, please correct me.

    On topic...a reissue of the Guild B-301 and B-302 basses would be nice.
  3. p-nut95


    May 27, 2007
    well I dont have a bass that I would like to see but I would love to see the trace elliot bring back the brite box I really want 1
  4. Rickett Customs

    Rickett Customs

    Jul 30, 2007
    Southern Maryland
    Luthier: Rickett Customs...........www.rickettcustomguitars.com
    A piece right out of the 1990 Ibanez catalog. I have the exact same pickups and electronics in my SDGR.
    I always thought these were Awesome!.


    In 1992 They had a Bubinga/Wenge Neck.By '93 they were done, I still kick myself for not getting one though.

    And the "Road bass".
    Now tell me Greg Christian didn't look anorexic in that picture
  5. Baryonyx

    Baryonyx Banned

    Jul 11, 2005
    Marathon Man
    Gerald Veasley has been with Ibanez for a long time!
  6. WAL! Definitelly.
  7. braun-jovi


    Mar 25, 2004
    Evansville, IN
    Les Paul Recording/Triumph
    Gibson EB-2
    Rickenbacker 4005
    Musicman Sabre
    Musicman Cutlass
    G&L's with mahogany bodies
    Hagstrom 8-stringer

    Just off the top of my head. There are so many more.

  8. ChemicalFire


    Dec 10, 2007
    I would say the Grabber and Ripper, aswell as the MM S.U.B, I really liked those things
  9. 70's Jazz Bass with bound neck. None of that three-bolt neck crap Fender is selling right now.
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  10. Kyon`


    Aug 17, 2007
    Boston, MA
    Non Reverse Tbird
    and some older Yamaha copy stuff
  11. MAGUS®


    Dec 23, 2004
    The 80's Overwater deluxe


    Ibanez Musician MC888DS ' beanbass ' Dark Stain


    Gibson triumph

  12. I would love to get another one of these to replace this one, which sadly departed this Earth in the early 80's....

    Framus Nashville Deluxe bass.
    The best bass I ever played.

  13. tjh

    tjh Supporting Member

    Mar 22, 2006
    a 60's P bass version of the 60's Jazz bass in Fenders Classic Series ...
  14. The 'Slab' Precision bass, issued in very small numbers in the 60's.Has to be Butterscotch,Maple fingerboard,black pickguard,and that beautiful 'C' neck.Thats all I'd want.
  15. dreadheadbass


    Dec 17, 2007
    aria pro ZZB both the custom and deluxe models
  16. Benjamin Strange

    Benjamin Strange Commercial User

    Dec 25, 2002
    New Orleans, LA
    Owner / Tech: Strange Guitarworks
    Fender 1954 P-Bass
  17. A plain, simple fretless P bass. Wouldn´t mind a 70s RI in natural. And please - no bridge PU. :)

    Oh, and those early Spectors with the P-style PU were kind of cool as well...
  18. mr.black


    Mar 4, 2008
    +1 on the
    Gibson RD w/moog
    Gibson/epi explorer
    Ibanez roadbass

    how bout a charvel surfcaster
    and a schecter hellraiser avenger series bass i think they were called A-1's
  19. sbv550.
  20. poomwah


    Jan 26, 2008
    +100 on the grabber and +1000 on the gibson triumph
    I'd love to see the gibson ripper come back, not like the epiphone "reissue" that they had for a while but an actual gibson. epiphone would be fine if the specs matched the original though.
    I also wouldn't mind seeing the t-40 come back

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