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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Oct 2, 2013.
Jeez sorry for the recent troubles but looks great!
It plays a LOT better than I do.
It's a heavy beast, but I love it.
Bout to pull the trigger on an Ashdown mag600 with a GK backline 115 and 410 combo for 500 bucks!!!!!
This is one side of my mancave
the backline 115 from GK was a dud on arrival, lets try another
Getting ready to bring this guy home...
Hello to everybody!
Just wanna show you my little Squire P bass Fretless
okay, here they are..Fender Jazz (longhorn model), Epiphone EB3, Hofner 500/1 (1966), Stagg Fretless and a UK Dream bass ukulele
This pic reminds me of a police lineup with all the usual suspects.
haha...all that's missing is "Mugsy" Rickenbacker
Something in me said, "You need a Jazz" I found this on CL for $200. The owner is a real musician, not a Noobie McNoobus like me. It was set up nicely, ops checked good and sounds great. The other P basses accepted it into the family right away.
That is a nice J for $200! The control plate looks pristine, I actually thought it had stacked pots at first b/c of the reflection!
He told me he only played it in church and home recording.
That is a NICE buy!
I could not afford it but bought it anyway...My Spector Legend Classic 4 with walnut Burl top, and proprietary Bart pickups.
I am totally enslaved by this bass! I can't stop playing it long enough to clean it as one might tell from the (horrible) pictures.
Nice guitar. I like your sig line very much. Baseball is back!
G19Tony, yes it is!!! And once more life is worth living.
Jazz MIM, 22 Fret Fender Boner bass USA, Ibanez Hot rod active