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Describe your ideal bass!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Thunderbird90DB, Apr 27, 2009.

  1. Thunderbird90DB


    Dec 29, 2008
    Hey all!
    Describe your dream bass!

    Mine would be a sleek BC Rich Warlock style passive 5 string, perhaps with a mean Traben bridge and a cool design on!
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    With all Hipshot harware.... maybe Darkstared?
  3. PBass101


    Jul 3, 2008
    I love the Status Graphite Buzzard, so I plan on buying a B-2 sometime in the near future. They're not the same, but I think the B-2 is still pretty damn cool and I'll bet it sounds great.

    I wonder if he'll make an 8-string version? :bassist:
  4. gratt


    Oct 13, 2007
    Ottawa, ON, Canada
    still GASing for a decade for my fretted and a rob allen for my fretless... will only be able to purchase one of the two soon and it's a tough decision
  5. K.Ross


    May 19, 2008
    If my Birdsong Hy5 is ANYTHING like it sounds on the CD...I will have my "dream" bass. It is being made right now. The body is Zebrawood...I'm not sure of the neck,but I think it will be maple. It will have 2 Kent Armstrong pick-ups...(Which I'm not familiar with...but I understand they are nice.)and the Birdsong varitone. This WILL be my LAST BASS (acording to my VERY patient wife) so it BETTER be my "dream" bass!!:hyper:
  6. Kipaste


    Jun 27, 2006
    Helsinki, Finland
    A mid seventies ash body jazz bass, with block inlays in rosewood fingerboard, metallic candy apple red with matching headstock and red pearloid pickguard with the fattest sound fender has ever produced. I would only play it in a pimp outfit fitted with leds that would be react to the notes played and to top it off I'd wear one of those salsa dip sombreros and gene simmons' stage boots.
  7. James Hart

    James Hart

    Feb 1, 2002
    Endorsing Artist: see profile
    * 7 string Worker Bee www.beebasses.com
    * Tuned B-E-A-D-G-B-E
    * 34" scale
    * 28 fret
    * Brushed silver & chrome hardware
    * 19mm spacing at bridge
    * Neck, top & back all dyed and acrylized Birds Eye Maple in "Raspberry Cream"
    * Matching Curly Maple veneer stripe under the top
    * Fretboard acrylized Wenge
    * Block inlays of acrylized Silver Vine done by www.thorninlay.com
    * Ash body core
    * Delano MC7-FE pickup
    * 3-way "single / series / parallel" switch
    * Active 3 band "Bee Pre"
  8. Cyber Soda

    Cyber Soda

    Sep 24, 2008
    *jaw drop* Sick.
  9. James Hart

    James Hart

    Feb 1, 2002
    Endorsing Artist: see profile
    thanks... I received it from the builder in June 2006

    that was a copy/paste from my 'build blog'
  10. Band Dad

    Band Dad

    Dec 5, 2006
    San Mateo, CA
    Graphite neck with Hipshot Ultralights (modulus BaSSStar for the correct vibe), White Korina body for a mid-tone (Warmoth Dinky J), G&L HB pups, a Peavey T-40 wiring harness, 2008 Fender Jazz Bridge. I'm thinking "Hybrid", rather than "Franken...".

    Redburst, black guard. Flats. What am I missing?
  11. basmartin


    Aug 6, 2007
    Something like this:


    Unicorn Artist 3200

    32" scale, set neck, maple with stripes of wenge, ebony fretboard, mahogany body with a wenge top and split coil pickups.

    I would have a slightly different pickup placement, donĀ“t like the bridge pickup so close to the bridge.

  12. Well,if you're gonna "Bee" a bear "Bee" a grizzly!!
  13. Spector-style body (my fave) in a 5er,w/a graphite neck.3-Band,all that jazz.
  14. Wesley R

    Wesley R Supporting Member

    7/8 scale P body in a three tone burst, 1 J pup in the neck position, tort guard, 1 vol, 1 tone, decent and simple bridge, shorter than 32" scale, J neck, painted back and headstock, maple fret board, binding on neck, lightweight tuners,
  15. anon65884001

    anon65884001 Guest

    Feb 1, 2009
    A bass that looks stunning,
    Plays good,
    Can produce any type of sound can be produced by turning different knobs,
    Et cetra.

    Unfortunately, i don't think that it exist...
  16. 1. 30 Inch scale
    2. 30 frets
    3. 30 inch scale
    4. 30 fret(less)
    5. Piezo on fretless
    6. Whammy on Fretted
    7. Dimarzio model One, Dimarzio Model P and Dimarzio X2n-7 on the fretted.
    8. Bartolini P and Bartolini Humbucker on fretless
    9. Hipshot ultralites

    And yeah it is a double neck and yeah i want that so bad.....
  17. Jared92


    Nov 1, 2007
    Fairfax VA
    Anything with the Rickenbacker nametag. Can I get a +1?
  18. savit260


    Mar 6, 2006
    P Bass! :D
  19. -1 :p

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