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overwater progress 3 custom 5 string or peavey B-Quad 4 string

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by remigioremigio, Mar 17, 2008.

  1. take the quad

  2. take the overwater

  3. keep the thumb, what are you doing??!!

  4. sell me the thumb, you got plenty of basses!!

  1. remigioremigio


    Feb 17, 2008
    comparing apples with oranges....

    right now i am selling my warwick thumb 6 NT 1991 wenge because i don´t use 6 strings...and that is why the bass is in extremely mint condition.

    i got two guys who want to trade in their instruments:
    a peavey b-quad 4 plus some extra cash.
    an overwater progress custom 5 without extra cash.

    since i have quit an arsenal of basses,for me it doesn´t matter a 4 or a 5....i use them both.

    i am more concerned value-wise.
    what about in time i don´t like this bass and i need to sell it.

    what bass would you favor???

    or would you keep the thumb?

    ps. any of you want to bid on the thumb...you´re welcome too.
  2. El-Bob

    El-Bob Supporting Member

    Oct 22, 2006
    Hamilton, ON
    if it's your only 6, even if you don't normally use 6ers, you'll regret selling it eventually. keep it.
  3. remigioremigio


    Feb 17, 2008
    yep...it is my only 6
  4. Marcury

    Marcury High and Low

    Aug 19, 2007
    Mid Hudson Valley, NY
    keep the Thumb, it's your only six and it has a wenge neck.
  5. remigioremigio


    Feb 17, 2008
    and body ;)
  6. Muckaluck


    Oct 11, 2005
    Whitby, Ontario
    It's a proven fact that if you sell a '91 Thumb, the Thumb fairy comes around and violates you.

    You have a Warwick from the golden era. Hold on to it becuase you will most definately regret selling it.
  7. remigioremigio


    Feb 17, 2008
    but if i don´t play it???
    no fairy will come down??

    i hope she's blond with big eyes!
  8. Saetia


    Mar 27, 2003
    It's actually a 400lb plumber with salt and pepper hair and small squinty eyes that are close to eachother.

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