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How many basses do you own? (Currently) Part 2

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. 1

    790 vote(s)
  2. 2

    1,339 vote(s)
  3. 3

    1,381 vote(s)
  4. 4

    1,135 vote(s)
  5. 5 to 9

    2,403 vote(s)
  6. 10 to 20

    789 vote(s)
  7. 21 +

    201 vote(s)
  8. Too many to count

    72 vote(s)
  1. Three, but I may be getting a fourth in the near future.

    2011 Fender Precision Bass Made In Mexico (Arctic White)

    1990 Fender Precision Bass 1957 Reissue Made In Japan (Black)

    2010 (?) Fender Jaguar Bass Deluxe (Hot Rod Red)

    And I may be getting a:

    2013 Gibson Thunderbird Studio Non-Reverse (Pelham Blue)
  2. davedblyoo

    davedblyoo "All the mayhem and none of the sticky mess."

    Nov 15, 2012
    Augusta, GA

    1987 MIJ Fender Jazz Bass Special
    1993 Peavey Unity
    1995 Fender American Standard Jazz Bass
    2008 EBMM Stingray 5
    2012 Fender American Standard Precision Bass

    And I have a build in progress, it's gonna be a Jazz on an Allparts body, Mighty Mite neck, Gotoh bridge, the original pickups out of my 1995 Jazz, and all other hardware from Fender.
  3. plong123

    plong123 All Your Bass Are Belong To Us

    Nov 19, 2012
    Columbus, Ohio, USA
    Including ones in various sates of repair/parts reassignment, 7.
  4. Zero! (but I've ordered one)
    MYLOWFREQ likes this.
  5. hodgy


    May 5, 2004
    Bothell, WA
    Customer Support- Ampeg/ Line 6
    Just bought a P-bass, so let me think...
    1. G&L ASAT
    2. G&L L2500
    3. Fretless Frankenbass (Charvel body, de-fretted Mako neck)
    4. Spector 6 string
    5. Fender Active Deluxe 5 string
    6. Alvarez mini acoustic
    7. Washburn 1985 Rudy Sarzo
    8. Fender Precision 70's reissue
    9. No-name acoustic 5 string
  6. JBFLA

    JBFLA Roscoe FANatic

    Apr 8, 2003
    Jupiter FLA
    Still 11...

    Roscoe SKB 3006
    Roscoe LG 3005
    Roscoe LG 3000
    Roscoe LG 3000FL
    Lull M4
    Lull M5
    '78 'Ray
    '97 'Ray
    Lakland JO5 (CAR)
    Warwick Katana NT4
    Karl Hoyt 5FL (tuned E-C)

    Love 'em all, but the last 4 (and maybe one of the Lulls) are likely headed to the classifieds...
  7. ilovenofrets

    ilovenofrets Bassist for TRIPL3 THR3AT Supporting Member

    Dec 25, 2010
    1983 Peavey Foundation
    2000-ish Peavey Foundation fretless
    1987 BC Rich Platinum series Warlock
    1985 Westone Spectrum GT
    And my newest addition, purchased here and received Wednesday, early '90s Carvin BB70 fretless
  8. spkbri


    Jan 20, 2013
    Valenza, AL, Italy
    just one
    cause i don't have any money to buy more
    and since i lack of at least 2 arms more, i could play only one bass at a time, so that's enough :p
    the harp unstrung and MYLOWFREQ like this.
  9. Torn Bassist

    Torn Bassist

    Feb 8, 2013
    I have 5
    1973 Orlando Jazz copy
    1978 Fender P-bass
    1987 Spector NS2a
    2003 Fender Jazz
    2012 Squier Jaco fretless Jazz
  10. Gibson Thunderbird
    Ibanez SR 450
    Ibanez Jazz copy (law suit era)
    Ibanez acoustic
    also some old P bass copy that has bee stripped down re-srayed, de-fretted and remains in pieces after man years lol cant remember the brand but it cost $30

    I don't know what's with all the Ibanez, I bought the 5 string when I was 18, got the Jazz 10-11 years ago for $100 and the acoustic was like $300 like 8 years ago when my old band were doing some acoustic stuff. As for the Thunderbird a couple of years ago I decided it was time to buy a real bass. ;P
  11. theduke1

    theduke1 Supporting Member

    Dec 22, 2010
    Manitowoc WI
    2006 USA G&L 2500 fretted
    1997 USA G&L 2500 frettless
    1990 USA G&L SB1
    2008 Fender squire P
    2009 Michael Kelly Club Custom 5
  12. Smit_Dogg


    May 17, 2009
    Cumbria, UK
    Lakland Skyline 44-02
    Modified Yamaha TRB1005J
    Vintage Fretless V940fl
    Ibanez SRX350
  13. brainburst


    Jan 10, 2012
    bronx ny
    Heartfield DR-5
    Peavey 83 foundation
    Schecter Damien Omen hybrid built from discarded pieces
    Epiphone Eb3 modified with two mudbuckers
    Epiphone Zenith Bass in progress
    Hohner B-Bass 5
    Homebuilt 6 string fretless (rescue project )
    Fraken bass 73 Burned J-Bass body, Kramer neck, Kahler tremolo
  14. -'02 American Deluxe P 5
    -Carvin LB75WP
    -Brubaker Brute single cut 5 w/ Glock pre
    -Parts build P
    -Peavy foundation fretless
    -Currently building a parts J
    -Yamaha BB605 w/ aggie pre (in the mail to me now)
  15. All Carvins:

    LB 70
  16. Dellers


    Nov 7, 2006
    Two is enough for me. One is an EBMM Stingray 5 HH and the other one is a Marcus Miller signature 4 string, and those can easily get me 8 different tones just by changing pickup positions/individual pickup volume. Then come EQ, amp settings, effects, preamp on the Miller, and last but not least different playing techniques. I only use these two basses and a 7 string EBMM guitar these days, and those can easily cover everything I wanna do. Funk to pop to rock to the deepest metal, no problem.
  17. heavyfunkmachin


    Jan 21, 2005
    Pretty simple: 3 jazz basses

    I play in 2 bands: 1 bass is at each rehearsal space and 1 (the fretless one) is at home!

    Now the pedalboard!!! I have to lug that sucker in and out each time :bawl:
  18. Two!

    Squier Standard Precision V (Strung with D'Addario Tapewounds)
    Ibanez AEB5E Acoustic-Electric (Strung with OEM bronze rounds)

    All my basses are covered!
  19. Almost a bell shaped curve w/the data.
  20. sps500

    sps500 In Memoriam

    May 19, 2008
    Way too many...lol
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