Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by thrash_jazz, Feb 28, 2002.

  1. thrash_jazz


    Jan 11, 2002
    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    Artist: JAF Basses, Circle K Strings

    Let's all speak out about what we have GAS for these days and why (although sometimes it's obvious)! Perhaps we could all help one another if we have had experience with the gear, or saw a good deal somewhere...

    If this thread has been done before, sorry, feel free to kill this one. I've never seen a general GAS thread, that's all.

    - G-K MB150: I need a practice amp that doesn't suck
    - Akai Deep Impact: I need a synth pedal and I hate the Boss version
    - A good, powerful, light 2x10 combo: don't we all want something like that?
    - A good, powerful, light 1x15 cab to go with the above: Heh. Lights out, Mr. Guitar Player.
    - Seymour Duncans for my building project: That is, if it ever gets finished (pun intended).
  2. I know I shouldn't use foul language in mixed company, but, I'm right on the verge of buying a six string. Umm, er, I mean a regular six, like a Strat! :eek: The feeling's been coming over me for a while now. I just gotta play the blues. I haven't made up my mind 100% yet, but, I'm really checking out a Gibson Blueshawk. It looks something like a Les Paul body, only slimmer. They're at M/F. What really scares me is that many years ago, I almost bought a Tenor sax...

    Mike J.
  3. bizzaro


    Aug 21, 2000
    Umm, er, I mean a regular six, like a Strat!I almost bought a Tenor sax...

    Music is music is music is music is music..................Hey pass me that bass will Ya.
  4. bizzaro


    Aug 21, 2000
    Peavey Cirrus fiver

    Unknown preamp

    QSC PLX 3200 or 3400

    Pair of Acme cabs
  5. xax712


    Dec 25, 2001
    Northwest Arkansas
    SWR stack and some effects but that list is awfully lengthy. The SWR stuff includes a bass 350 head and a triad and a goliath jr.
  6. Ciaran


    Apr 4, 2001
    *zombie voice on*
    need Warwick SII....need Warwick SSII....need Warwick SSII....need..
    *zombie voice off*
  7. barroso


    Aug 16, 2000
  8. Brendan


    Jun 18, 2000
    Austin, TX
    Pedulla Lined Pentabuzz (w/ LED Frets!)
    MTD 535
    Eden D-118XLT

    That's the immediate GAS...
  9. Pedulla Hexabuzz
    Zon Sonus Custom fretless
    (Gard, oh Gard where are you?) :)
    MTD 535
    Sadowsky 5
    Hanewinckel Reactor Pro (6 or 7-string)

    And a custom Conklin 7-string

    Yeah, I'll never get all of those but it's fun to dream!
  10. HeavyDuty

    HeavyDuty Supporting Curmudgeon Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

    Jun 26, 2000
    Suburban Chicago, IL
    Current GAS whiffs:

    Gibson SG-I geetar (in the works via a trade)
    Johnson Resonator geetar (on the way - thank you, credit card!)
    Another Bag End S15-D cab (savings almost there, but not quite)
    Some kind of inexpensive 2X10 bottom to leave with my G-K 400RB at my buddy's house (suggestions? I mean CHEAP.)

    I'm a fan of headless basses, so if MusicYo starts importing the bass mini-V, I'm there - I've always wondered what one would be like with a custom P pickup arrangement.

    And, some day I'd like to begin accumulating bits for my planned Warmoth body / Moses neck headless.
  11. Oh, I haven't really given it much thought... but maybe...

    -Rickenbacker 4001/V63 or 4003
    -A nice six stringer
    -Marhsall 400+ amp
    -Two 410 cabinets
    -Boss ODB-3

    ...and that's it.
  12. where do you all get the money for this GAS? i'm having trouble affording a new set of strings!

    (current GAS; Thomastik Inkfeld Groundwounds, if they make them, and if i can get them here in the UK.)
  13. Funkster

    Funkster Supporting Member

    Apr 6, 2000
    Wormtown, MA
    Hmmmmm I have had a few G.A.S pains lately!

    1 Aguilar DB750
    2 Woolly-Mamoth or Phat-Bass overdrive pedal
    3 Aguilar GS410
    1997 Relic Fender Jazz at BassPalace
    Dam! I'm up to about 4 grand...
    • my DP custom - cant wait till it's finished
    • Rickenbacker 4003 maple glo w/black trim - someday she will be mine...oh yes
    • Boss Metal Zone for my Dean MLX7 - for my solo recording adventures
    and I also need some more microphones so I can record a drummer when I have him lay down some tracks.
  14. OK, I'll play...

    -SWR Bass750.
    -SWR Big Bertha or the new 2x12 if it's any good.
    -Ibanez BTB1005
    -Musicman Sting Ray V

    [​IMG] or [​IMG] or [​IMG] or [​IMG]

    Innit Purty?
    -Chunk 00Funk Envelope Filter/Follower

  15. Hey anybody, go here:

    and let me know what you think of the TSH-1. It's located in the T series icon.

    Mike J.
  16. -Music Man Stingray 5--fretted and fretless
    -Hanewinckel fretless 5
    -Sadowsky 24-fret 5 (Jeff's is really giving me a hurting)
    -More FBBs (fretted and fretless 5s, fretted 10-string)
    -Aguilar DB359 and GS212
    -Eden WT800
    -Fulltone Bassdrive

    But first...a Real Job. :(
  17. barroso


    Aug 16, 2000
    that seems a really nice guitar Michael, i like a lot their PT serie, the PT elite looks killer! and i like their tele too. they are now distribuited here in italy and i hope to see and try them in the shops, the de Leo bass is an interesting instrument too!
  18. Fuzzbass

    Fuzzbass P5 with overdrive Gold Supporting Member

    I just got a couple new basses to play with and I'm happy with my rig...

    Aha, I know what I'd really really really love:

    Music Man 5-string Sabre bass with wide spacing (nut width 1-7/8", 3/4" spacing at bridge).

    If I had that I could die a happy man. I'd even settle for a wide Stingray.
  19. Oysterman


    Mar 30, 2000
    Believe it or not but...

    ...nothing at the moment. (Still on a high from my new Cirrus. :D)
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