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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ArpeggiFish, Mar 12, 2008.
1965 Hofner Senator
1966 Gibson EB-2D ...
Sorry, that is not a 54 Ric---84 maybe, but not 54.
Sorry, Fender didn't make Ps like that in 1963. Maybe it's a super-clean '53?
Here's a '63 P that recently sold on TB. Man, I wanted this.
Excuse me but I think you're wrong unless the book is misprinted. This picture was out of the John Entwistle Bass Culture Book pg. 30.. He said the finish was hard to find. Serial number #0935.
the book is wrong.
1967 Vox Constellation IV
You know, I really should have a copy of that book, but I don't. In any case, Fender only made Tele-style Ps (with the Tele-style headstock, pickguard, control plate and single-coil pickup) until mid-1957, when it switched to the standard split-coil-type P seen today. (Though it later reissued the Tele in the late '60s.) That's why the '57 split-coil is one of the reissues Fender makes.
Okay then, I'll submit another for 1963, since we need to have all years covered. 1963 Burgundy Mist Precision:
1968 Guild Starfire
Wow, that's stunning! I was born in '63, I'd love to have that.
I'll get 1954 covered, since we're still missing that.
1969 Jazz Bass
1971 Fender Musicmaster
1972 Gibson EB3
1973 Rickenbacker 4001 w/checkerbaord binding:
Thats my old one---same year and everything. Boy, does that bring back memories...
1974 Gibson Grabber:
Check out all that maple and tort goodness!
Ooh, my chance to hog the thread for 5 minutes .
From my collection:
1975 P Bass:
1976 Jazz Bass:
Was that too greedy of me?
1978- Peavey T-40 (I was waiting for this one)
Not my pic, but anyway.
Rest of the pictures here: http://www.classicandcoolguitars.co.uk/basses/peaveyt40_4.htm