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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Ryan L., Aug 29, 2007.
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I'll take a number.
My first bass, an RD300:
YOINK! My Ibby with alot of FLASH
Cool Wasp! I thought I was the only one with an RD300 here. There are no numbers at the moment. But you can put "Member of the IOC" or whatever in your sig.
iv got a ibanez sr44sp (with the iron cross inlays... thought it'd make a good stage guitar)
Here's two of mine, the only one's I currently have pics of. Keep forgetting to pic-up the others. Tomorrow if it's sunny.
Meet the 824 sisters.
and the Roadster RS824
... From the time when bass guitars were made for real men. Those look really heavy and mean!
The Sisters? Nah, the RS is maybe 9.5lb and really well balanced; my fave of the pair. The MC about a lb lighter. There are lots of stories of the MC's being really heavy - not this girl.
i thought it would be a good idea to post the logo in the new thread....
i just added another one today. A 1995 SR800 in Transparent Red. Here are my TWO soundgears, lol:
the left one is a 2007 Prestige SR1000.
Two more of my two babies, lol:
held on to the SRX400 the longest, still got it & it gets alot of stage time
I have an Ibanez BTB400QM(the one on the left). I'm trying to find out what "year" it is. The number on the back is W4200 made in Korea, CE. Thanks....
I hadn't realized the other thread had been closed.
I am still waiting on someone else to have a TR-505. Any takers?
My '95 TR-505 Expressionist
This one always draws a WHATIZZZIT from everyone that sees it.
If anyone has one collecting dust, I want it
Sign me up.
Here is the register's pic of my old Roadstar II that I bought new in '87 - mine has exactly the same finish. (BTW, if anyone has a model like this or similar that's beyond repair but that has a good Accu-cast II bridge - the original like in the picture - I be really interested in talking to you about buying the bridge)
And before anyone wonders about the 205, all I can say is it's amazing what a good setup, strings and amp can do! She may be inexpensive, but she sure don't play or sound cheap.
As you can see, I buy one every 10 years whether I need it or not.
Edit: Deleted the photo, cause I replaced the amp in the picture. My ATK has a natural finish and a black pickguard.
I'm still looking for the perfect strings to put on 'er, right now they're Ernie Balls.
When I find a black eagle I will join! : )
Here's my Roadstar II