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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by sobie18, Sep 29, 2003.
My Ltd II @ a gig in Ogden...
Hill AFB, UT
Tough to see my name but it's there...
That has got to be the coolest "me and my bass" picture.
I like the Attitude series alot but they weigh a tonne!
That's COOL!!! I mean nice ride, nice bass...
Your smile on the first picture says it all!
I don't own it anymore, but since it was a beautiful bass...
Yamaha Attitude Standard V
I badly want an Attitude bass. They dont make the cheaper series Attitudes anymore though
That's great. hahaha. One of the coolest "me and my bass pictures" ever. I can picture it now. You piloting the plane and destroying bogeys with your awesome basslines.
Now that's impressive! Nice Bass! Nice F-16!
I think you can find them at your local Yamaha dealer. They've stopped producing the cheaper Attitudes but I'm sure theyre still in stock in alot of stores(that carry Yamahas).
My atitude special with upgraded dimarzio willpower pickups.
OK, I'll play - mine is a 10th Anniversary Model, finished in purple!
Here's a better one of the body....
Any sound bytes from any of these beauties?
Just curious....what's so special about a 4 string with a p bass p/u......? I've never seen or played one of these, so be nice.
My former Sea Foam Green Attitude Plus...with DiMarzio Will Power Middle pup and B/A II bridge.
A great bass...
No sound bytes from me I'm afraid....
A 4 string with a P-bass pup.....well, P-basses are pretty special to some folk
Sorry couldn't resist! Right what the Attitude is is a collaboration between Billy Sheehan and Yamaha. Billy used to play a P-bass which he had added a Gibson humbucker to in the neck position. HE had also added another output jack so that he could run the pickups to 2 separate stacks.
Have a look at the pics of my bass. See the rectangle of pickguard that appears to be held down by 4 screws in front of the P pickup.....that's the other humbucker. Also note that there are 2 output jacks. Now for most of us mortals, we only have one rig....so you can blend the pickup output. Or you can individually have the outputs selected.
The controls on mine are woofer volume, woofer tone, P type volume. The woofer tone and P-bass volume are also push-push type pots - the tone one controls a treble cut, and the P-bass is the pickup selector to select blended or separate output.
Hope this helps!
1991 Thunder Blue.