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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by TheGrizz, Mar 12, 2008.
gibson grabber and wal
Fender P-Bass, fretless, maple unlined. Natural body. Black pickguard.
The REAL Sting bass.
69 Jazz RI in the 62RI and 75RI price range (US made).
I dont know if any of these manufacturers ever look at this stuff... If they dont they ought to, But I digress... Ahmmm!
A proper reissue of the Ampeg AMB-1 for starters
Hey Fender, have you noticed the price of vintage Guild basses lately, Im no expert mind you, But you might sell a couple of reissue M-85,s heres a hint, offer a "solid" and a "semi hollow". Perhaps Lakland will pickup that idea and run with it, again... hint hint!
Its probably all just wishing in one hand and crappin in the other, But if I were in charge of Bassdom, these fine instruments would live again.
What a cool idea for a thread , don't think I've seen this one before (no, I'm not being sarcastic either ).
1. Westone Thunder IIIA (later model with two soapbars).
2. Ernie Ball "Custom Shop" 1976 Stingray (2 band vintage pre-amp, slab body, nitro lacquer, string mutes etc.).
3. Aria SB Elite "Black & Gold" Series (what a great shape these basses had)!
I could go on .....
Steinberger XL 5 Wide
The Rickenbacker 4003s5 ...
I forgot to mention a US '66 RI before. You know the one: Dots and Binding, Lolli-pop tuners, Matching headstock, etc. mmm...
The 1980 Viellette-Citron VC-IIL in Koa wood (it's the 3rd from the left).
Your wish is the Custom Shops command. Would Sir like that in Jazz Bass or P Bass configuration ? ...
Available here: http://www.station-music.de/ (for only $7,800 ).
A Jazz in that Gold color above, shweet
Steinberger XL (Original all graphite)
Daion Power and Savage Series basses
Travis Bean (I still think these are cool)
Fender Jazz basses with the 70's Pickup spacing ( i want all fender jazz basses to have 70's spacings from now on.)
lucky kid haha
how about a some US made fender 70s RI jazz basses with a choice in colours!?
Natural is not for me... the CIJ versions are oh so tempting
+1000 ... not sure if the reissue is the word, but definitely Wal shouldn't die...
Taylor acoustic basses
+1000 on the gibson ripper, gibson needs more of their great basses
Yes. All three need to come back, and I'll bet they eventually will.