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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Lalo Landa, Oct 19, 2002.
It's is convenient to buy an American PEAVY fretless bass, it has 3 active pickups ... for $200
3 pickups? I don't recall a 3 pickup Peavey. What model is it?
sacaste tu username de uno de los capitulos de "Los Simpsons" verdad?
bienvenido a Talkbass
no era ese del monorail?
no, creo que era el de la feria mundial... que bart alquila un auto y lisa acompaña a homero al trabajo en los turnos de noche.
EXACTO!!! EL FAMOSO LALO LANDA!!! GRANDE LOS SIMPSONS!!!!
@embellisher: i friend told me about that bass, is a recomendation for him ... i don't know wich model is.
También conocido como "Lyle Langley" en los EUA...
cool, i didn't know that one (since i haven't watch that many Simpsons in english)
also kudos to the spanish translators... they do great work
Sorry to bust in with my lame-ass, cultureless honky-speak, but what do you mean by convienient?
Ok...I'm assuming that by "convienient" you mean "a good deal." Spending $200 is never "convienient." If you can do a search for this bass on Google or something and get the model name, then maybe we can help you. Like Embellisher, I've never seen a three pickup Peavey.
Is there a PV model w/ a P/J setup? I notice a lot of folks think of the P p'up as 2 p'ups...
answered my own question, but not the original posters, with a search of PV.com.
Looks like the Grind model has a PJ setup. Don't know if that's what we're dealing with here, but my guess is it'll have to be some variation w/ a P/J setup...
No translators used, buckaroo.
Jo speeko Ispanishi.
no! i meant the "spanish translators of the Simpsons show" as in the people that dubbed the voices to spanish!!
online spanish translators (the software) are usually crappy and bring out really funny reading.
im sure that you have a strong spanish kung fu! (and portuguese!)
peace and luv yo!