Poll: Do you have multiple basses of the same brand?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by tb-player, Nov 25, 2022.

  1. Yep

  2. Nope

  3. Not only same brand, but same model

  4. I don’t care about brand, but mine are all the same color

  5. Never thought about it.

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  1. tb-player

    tb-player Sarcasm intended... always! Supporting Member

    Mar 6, 2019
    Maryland
    I’ve been through phases where I like a bass, so I get one or two more of the same brand. At various times, I’ve had multiple Sadowskys, multiple Elricks, multiple Overwaters, multiple Stingrays and multiple Fenders. Eventually, I decided that I wanted each bass to be markedly different so I changed my approach and no longer double-up on brands.

    Of course, some TBers have not only multiples of the same brand but multiples of the same model. That’s hardcore!

    Who has multiple basses of the same brand? If so, how many? Pics encouraged?
     
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  2. Jefenator

    Jefenator Supporting Member

    Aug 22, 2008
    Oregon
    I guess I like to diversify; all 10 in my arsenal are from different makers.
    Closest I come is two Fender necks. ('78 P neck on a Warmoth body and a '78 Musicmaster.)
     
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  3. Krizz

    Krizz

    May 26, 2018
    Columbus, OH
    Just the Fenders, all M/CIJ

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  4. malthumb

    malthumb

    Mar 25, 2001
    The Motor City
    Two Alembics, two pre-Ernie Ball Music Man. Used to have two Hanewinckels that were consecutive serial numbers, purchased two years apart. Sold them to the same guy in two separate transactions.
     
  5. Bob_Ross

    Bob_Ross Gold Supporting Member

    Dec 29, 2012
    Of the 9 basses I currently own, 2 are by Modulus Graphite, and 2 are by Warmoth.

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  6. tindrum

    tindrum Supporting Member

    May 2, 2007
    Suffolk, VA
    I own 6 Aria SB model basses from the Matsumoko era. You could call me a fan.
     
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  7. When i seriously collected my collection was mostly based on having all the major consumer-ish brands represented. So i had one of just anout every production bass you would have heard on records in the 70s and 80s.

    I never went for the high end fender clones. Anything above 2 grand i never really considered. This was 20 years ago though when i was able to a get a 5 string Wal for 1900.

    I did have a P and J, but only those fenders
     
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  8. Smith357

    Smith357

    Jul 7, 2018
    OH
    Yes, but only by happenstance.
     
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  9. malthumb

    malthumb

    Mar 25, 2001
    The Motor City
    Alembics…the one in the middle is long gone. F006AE5A-25EA-4ACB-9BA7-50CD60C531F4.jpeg

    Music Man. ‘78 Sting Ray, ‘79 Sabre and ‘80 Sabre. The ‘80 Sabre is long gone. 5DACF976-4B8D-465F-9FB6-5833BB52F93A.jpeg

    Hanewinckels. 6-string fretless and 6-string fretted. Both long gone. 29DD65E1-707A-4693-94A4-6D154D5968AD.jpeg
     
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  10. micguy

    micguy

    May 17, 2011
    I build my own basses, so...yes. All one "brand".
     
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  11. Baa

    Baa Happy hobbyplayer

    Jan 10, 2006
    Strängnäs, Sweden
    Yep.
    7 Vantage VP-710B.
    And 14 assorted basses collected over 40 years.
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  12. BuddhaFingas

    BuddhaFingas

    Aug 16, 2019
    Not yet.

    One Fender P
    One Rogue viola
    One self-built PJ/JJ.

    One bourbon, one scotch, one cognac.
     
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  13. Spidey2112

    Spidey2112

    Aug 3, 2016
    3 Fenders (2 USA, 1 MIM)... the rest are other manufacturers, including one I put together.
     
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  14. CletusMarley

    CletusMarley Knuckle Dragger Supporting Member

    Feb 11, 2018
    Tejas
    I have more Fenders than anything else.
     
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  15. micguy

    micguy

    May 17, 2011
    That's an oddly specific collection - is there some story behind your "focus" on that one model?
     
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  16. JRA

    JRA my words = opinion Gold Supporting Member

    two kapok PJs:
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    i don't know if these meet the criteria, but here are four glarry-based, parts axes:
    BLUE PJ.png front and back copy.png headstock copy.png red P copy.png
    three of those carry my own 'badge' so maybe those fit the "multiple" idea.
     
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  17. jchetro

    jchetro

    Dec 26, 2013
    Worcester MA
    7 fenders (2 Jazz, Jazz Aerodyne, Precision, Jaguar, Telecaster, Mustang) 1 Squier, 2 Yamahas and a stand-up NDesign. I would try something else but the local music stores tend to offer the $300 and under types. I would like to add a Lakland or Sadowsky to the collection, but few around to try. Might have to take a trip into Boston or NYC to play the high-end kind.
     
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  18. Four Fender Jazz Basses, one Fender Jazz Bass Special. And 3 ESP Ltd. series basses.
     
  19. gebass6

    gebass6 We're not all trying to play the same music. Supporting Member

    Yep.
    Two Tune TWB63OB's.
    Twins.
    Both where made the same year.
    The same wood type.
    The same string brand/type.
    One is defretted.
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    Last edited: Nov 25, 2022
  20. Dan Bone

    Dan Bone

    Apr 4, 2021
    I have duplicate Medium Scale Precision Bass ..... one for flats, one for rounds. To this day I can't tell you which one I love more.
     
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