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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by travatron4000, Aug 25, 2005.
Here's my Fury II
Here are two of mine, my Foundation and my Cirrus. I have a T-40, but no pictures.
Jeff, enough of the Cirrus already. :scowl: Serious gas.
I gotta get pics taken of my recently acquired T40. I might get em up yet tonight.
Here's my TL-Five. I bought it new in 1987.
Here's another view in group shot:
You want me to stop?
Whats that on the right?
Looks like a Schecter to me...
Nah, post em whenever you want. I long ago saved pics of that thing into my Bass Pics file on my computer. So, whenever I open that folder, I see it anyway. Along with Ritters, Roscoes, F Basses, etc.
I just gotta give ya some grief once in awhile, because you own it and I don't.
Our worship pastor has one that he put a MM Basslines pickup in. Only one knob: volume. That thing still sounds amazing. Geesh. I almost want to buy it off of him. It's so clear and defined. Great neck too. At least for me anyhow.
I also have an old Fury that I've modded to death. It has a fretless purplehart board and customized electronics. It has a good sound and the neck is VERY awesome, but I may replace it shortly. Looking to build a Warmoth w/24-fret fretless ebony board.
Anyways, I'll post some pictures of it once I get it back. I'm letting a friend borrow it and she's having a hard time letting go!
By the way, I've gotten much more compliments on my playing since I took the "Peavey" off of the headstock. Something about that name turns a lot of people off apparantly.
I'll trade it for a Roscoe!
This has been a great player for me. It sounds good and it's really light. Does anyone else here have a Unity Series Peavey? I think it was part of the Dyna Bass Series in the early nineties.
Oh yeah, I'll trade it for a Roscoe!
So would I.
Don't get me started on my Roscoe gas.
Mr Soup is correct it's a Schecter, the Stiletto Sudio 5 fretless.
Chad, the Unity Series is goregeous. That TL-5 reminds me a lot of my '87 Dyna-Bass 5. Same electronics, same body size more or less. I hate gold hardware, but someone at Peavy thinks it's the greatest stuff on earth for their more expensive instruments. IMO it makes a bass look cheap. My Dyna 5 had black.
Within the last month I've replaced much of the hardware on my Palaedium. The tuners and knobs are now black, and the Badass II has been sent off to fellow TB'er Nick Gann. The new bridge is a chrome "Smith IV". I hope to post pics soon. In the meantime here are some pics of my Peavey Palaedium.
This is the bass I'm using in my new rock and roll band Not Dead Yet. It has incredible tone (though pretty much anything does through my '67 blackface Fender Bassman and Eden D210 cabinet) , the neck is slimmer than an Ibanez Soundgear and unbelievably fast. I almost sold it a couple years ago but ended up selling my custom jazz bass instead. I'm glad I kept this one. It's not as upscale or high quality as the custom, but the sound really suits me well and the feel is amazing - the thing practically plays itself.
Bought it used 2 years ago and still enjoy it
as the first day I received it
Here's a pic of my mint condition T-40. Bought it from our soundguy, who had it sitting in its case for years. He bought it years ago, thinking he was gonna start playing bass, and he never really took much interest in it. So, I now have it. Actually a pretty cool bass.
This thread is SOOOO eViL... I've been GASing for a Cirrus serisously bad lately.
I'm actually making a guest appearnece with my bass on this one.
My current backup