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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Jan 23, 2013.
(humbly) thank you
Dean Playmate, Dean Zone, and Squier Bronco.
However, I do have my eye on a few more. A Jackson Spectra, An Ibanez SR250, A Schecter Stiletto and an Ibanez Mikro
You can never have too many. I have 4 with another 2 on the drawing board
Well, I’m glad the option to change your vote is there. I though I was going to hold steady at two but somehow I’m up to five now. Ffs.
I went on a spree:
80s Kawai FIIB
'86 Fender Jazz Bass Special w/ Mighty Mite neck
Cort B2 Steinberger copy
my daughter's Gretsch Jr Jet w/ 1 pick up.
I'll have the cort up in the classifieds soon.
Rickenbacker 4003 Walnut (2017)
Epiphone Thunderbird Classic Pro IV (2018)
Richwood P bass (first bass - that i'd had for about 20 years since I start playing, has so much sentimental value I would never sell it, that and the fact that its worth about $100)
Which do you prefer the Fender Highway One Precision (I used to own one) or the new Player Precision (I've heard good things)?
I'm back up to 5, with the recent acquisition of a 2001 Music Man Stingray 5. So now I've got Leo Fender's greatest hits - P-bass, J-bass, Stingray -- plus fretted (dual hum bucker) and fretless (MM) custom Roscoes. All 5-strings.
I love em both. Higway One P has been my main player for years now. Keep in mind though, both have been modded the same way - EMG GZR pickup, Fender 70s bridge and Hipshot HB7 tuners. I’d still give Highway One a slight advantage because it has a bit better fretwork, graphite rods (super solid neck on mine) and I love nitro finish. My Player P is awesome too though, haven’t had any issues. They both share the same guts and hardware though. Stock? I don’t care for Highway One’s Greasebucket tone control, but it was alright. Player P sounded nice stock too, a bit darker, but nice. Bridge saddles were meh, but to me all the upgrades were worth it. If you find a nice specimen for either series, they’re both great.
'97 G&L ASAT MIA
'97 G&L L-2000 MIA
'96 G&L L-2000 MIA
'01 Music Man Stingray MIA
'75 Fender Jazz Bass MIA (vintage)
'79 Music Man Sabre MIA (vintage)
'79 Kramer DMZ 5000 MIA (vintage)
'91 Peavey Fury MIA
'98 Washburn XB 900 (p+j) USA
Just bought a brand new Music Man Stingray 5 Special. 7.8 lbs.
Also have a:
Mayones CAli 4 mini
Fender P Bass
Fender Jazz Bass
I’m officially down to six now. I’d like to get down to four but I’m not holding my breath! Here’s the current list in order of how much they get played
1 - Warwick Bleached Blonde Thumb from 2003
2 - EBMM Stingray Special 5 (2017 or 2018 I can’t remember)
3 - Fender CIJ Geddy Lee Jazz from 2001
4 - Lakland Skyline 55-01 from 2008
5 - Fender Mustang MIM from 2017 loaded up with Geezers!
6 - Spector Legend 4 from 2017.
Numbers 1 & 2 are really special so I can’t see them ever going away. The Geddy & Mustang aren’t too far behind but the other 2 shouldn’t get too comfy!
01 - Peavey T-20FL (1985 original buy)
02 - Alba Stratocaster
03 - HeKe SE6-700 (6 string)
04 - Peavey Grind BXP 4 string
05 - Peavey Grind BXP 5 string
06 - Peavey Millenium
07 - Peavey T-40 1982
08 - Peavey Zodiac BXP
09 - Infinity 5 string
10 - Maestro 5 string FL
11 - Squire Jazzbass
12 - Peavey Zodiac EX
13 - Yamaha RBX374 black
14 - Peavey Orion FL (self made)
15 - Cherrystone Headless WB1
16 - MPM semiacoustic 5 string (self made)
17 - Westone The Rail
18 - Swift J-Bass (self made)
19 - Gypsy Rose SX GRBLK
20 - Yamaha RBX374 red
21 - Chinabacker 4003MG
None of these real top of the line, mostly played: Peavey T-20FL and Zodiac BXP, mostly liked: Peavey Zodiac BXP and Yamaha RBX374 at the moment, will never get rid of: Peavey T-20FL, Peavey T-40, Westone The Rail, my self made ones.
GAS: Rick 4003, Gibson Thunderbird, and a V-bass
I lost a couple of pics here. The Epi EB-0.
I recently gave in to temptation and acquired number four.
I think I have all the basses covered now.
as of today I'm down to 15 . I managed to play 6 of them yesterday
Yeah, yeah, that's what we all said at your stage.... doesn't work, believe me.