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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Jan 23, 2013.
I think but im not sure that just maybe and this is only a guess really that perhaps you might just have a thing for the Cort Curbow. Just a feeling I have...granted there’s nothing wrong with that since after all this is TB.....just saying
Supporting member with no bass? In all seriousness I hope you’re okay!
Had to change my # up one!
I don't have any typos in my sig line though!
I'm waiting. I will have one
Whew! Had me scared
Unfortunately very budget limited, I sold and traded. I hope I chose wisely
4 at the moment but I'm on the hunt for a 5 string.
Vintage non branded MIJ lawsuit Jazz copy ($100 never looked so good)
A really beat up Spector legend 4 that was hit by a car while hanging in a pawnshop window (my baby)
Some unknown P bass body I slapped a Rogue neck on and refinished (free body, $5 neck)
Only 6 lefty's for me.
Sadowsky Metroline UV70 4 (s)trings
Pedulla Thunderbolt 5
Roscoe Century Std 4
Mike Lull P4
Music Man Sterling 4
Warmoth Jazz Bass 4
Only one, it covers all styles I need!
Want to add a hipshot GB7, though for low C!
Peavey (PAF) t-40 1981 (bought new!)
Sterling SUB Ray (bought because above too clunky and too many sound options)
Precision American Pro (bought because the SUB plays well, looks great, but sounds meh) Hate to say it, but the Precision sounds the best, especially through a Sadowsky external preamp.
I’d like to buy a short-scale bass. Any recommendations?
Only 2 basses, but well beyond the 21+ with guitars.
Only 2 basses.. I switched to bass a couple of years ago after playing guitar a very long time. I'm an old guy who just likes to play with people. Old, as in over 60. I've lived in Louisiana all of my life and enjoy music and people.
1 Fender P Bass (mexican) what was upgraded with better electronics, fret job and a pair of 60's classic p/ups. Even the tuners were upgraded.
#2 is a Warwick Corvette Classic 4 string... stock.
I had to change my vote from 5-9 to 10-20, completely forgot about two basses I haven't touched for years and plan on restoring: a 60's Hohner semi-hollow fretless bass in gloss black which is really cool looking, and an Eko Hofner copy also from the 60's:
Incidentally the Oko sounds and plays better than a Hofner which I've also owned in the past (IMHO)
60's Hohner fretless
60's Eko Hofner copy.
1965 Gibson EB-3
1966 Gibson EB-2C
2017 Gibson LE Thunderbird
1979 Rickenbacker 4001
!985 Rickenbacker 4003FL (FL=fretless)
1996 modified Fender RI '62 Jazz
2015 American Vintage Hotrod Precision bass
2016 modified Tony Franklin fretless Fender Precision
As of right now, four.
Players series Precision
Squier VM P/J
70's reissue MIM Jazz
'94 Am. Deluxe active Jazz
- 1989 Fender Precision Plus, and
- Fender CB60SCE acoustic bass.
Thinking about getting a third one, I'm eyeing a Yamaha electric bass, that TRBX dark red looks awesome.
5 altogether. 2 German Warwicks Corvettes, one $$ 5 string and a Standard 4. An American Fender PBass, an American Peavey Foundation from the 80’s, and a MIM Mustang PJ.
I like my MIM Mustang. But mods are underway already. If I were buying today I’d check CME to see if they had any of the ones with the maple fretboard Fender made exclusively for them.