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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by slickhare, Sep 26, 2005.
my washburn xb100 is still with me... how bout ya'll?
It was a Gibson EBO, which I got for my birthday in 1970. I traded it in 1975 for a new Fender Jazz (natural finish, maple fingerboard, block inlays, etc.). I sold that one in 1976 after getting a used 1971 Fender Precision...
Okay, I'd better stop there... this could go on for a while...
at least my local are. Found the identical year model etc.Cool Decca short scale.
Still looking for my second bass a JC Penny semi hollow.
Best of Luck,
1981 Hondo Longhorn. Complete with original fitted hard case. It is used used and used and has only been set up once. It is beautiful.
Mine was a black 1981-82 Peavey T-40, which was stolen out of my frat house in 1986. I still miss it, but get similar vibes from my most recent acquisition -- a 2004 MIA P-bass with maple fretboard and black pickguard, just like that T-40. It feels like home!
the washburn is maybe four feet behind me as i type.
Yes, I still have my crappy Harley Benton.
A piece of crap Ibanez.
easily the worst bass I ever touched.
the strings were so taut on that fret board, it was as if I was trying to get pitch from a suspension bridge.
My first was a J. Reynolds p-bass copy. I've made some upgrades -- SD Quarter-Pound pups, new strings, new pots, added a 2-band preamp, refinished the neck. Since then, I've built a jazz bass (not from a kit -- totally from scratch), and now I'm starting on build #3 and 4. I still play it a LOT. It has a super lightweight poplar body, so it's great for long sessions, or simply when I need a P-bass sound.
I sold my 69 P Bass in 1978 for $150.00. About 5 years ago i was working at a house & the lady told me her late husband was the guy that bought my bass & that she had pictures of it. She had a whole photo album of her late husband with my bass. The bass is still in their family & I've been trying to buy her back. I haven't been successful as of now but i'll keep trying.
Still have it. A '79 Musicman Stingray I bought new in the spring of 1980. It still plays and sounds great today and is in 100% original condition (well, except the strings. lol). Heck, I still have the HSC and MM Strap that came with it. Heh heh...
MIM P bass, still my main bass.
Magnum black body with 02 bootons . Plug and Play . Seiled for change buy keyboard . I supposed it will be intersting to learn , but broken in christmas and i give to a kid and return to my line in music with others bass : acustic Krafter (4 strings) and Fine(5 strings) to begin my new job with tecnology at UNITECH - Tecnologia e Informação in Brazil .
Darwin didn´t known about the future XXI and nor about the begining under 1900´s ,1800´s...1000´s,900´s,800´s...100´s,90´s,10´s...
Yes... although for a while I didn't.
I sold it to a friend and he kept it for maybe 20 years.
When I offered to buy it back he gave it to me with the instruction that if I didn't want it any more I send it back.
I'll keep it. Thanks.
a 1966 Epiphone Rivoli. with original Hard Case.
and original big Humbucker, now modified with coil tap switch.
Series / Parallel / Single
Love that bass...
my Cort standard that every body mistakes for a fender P-bass..
iv been trying to sell it for quite some time now but no takers...
I had a Tobias Growler 4. The neck twisted beyond repair, or I'd still have it. I traded it straight up for a brand new G&L SB-2 with Lake Placid Blue finish and a pearloid pickguard. This bass gets all the attention when I take it with me to try amps. Funny, indeed. This bass RULES!
71 Precision......bought it in '82. Still with me. I don't play it much any more.
Red Fender Bullet. Selling it was the best thing I ever did. Never liked it but it was all I could afford at the time.
I do however regret selling the Black Guild Pilot I bought afterwards.