The Vintage Bass Club

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Jewbass, May 14, 2009.

  1. Tone-wise both are warm, the Gibson has a snarl to it whereas the Kay has a more upright-like sound. The Gibson's neck is thinner, the Kay neck is just as narrow but very thick front-to-back, again more like an upright. Both are great!
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  2. GIBrat51

    GIBrat51 Innocent as the day is long Supporting Member

    Mar 5, 2013
    South Bend, Indiana
    '73 Ric 4001-3.JPG EA-260.JPG Kramer F3.1.JPG Lefty Duke 2.JPG Kramer 1.JPG Dano DC bass-1.jpg '78 P-Bass-1.JPG Tapewound Rogue 2.jpg OK, I'll play. In order: '73 Rick 4001; '71 Epi EA-260; '88 Kramer Forum III; '81 Kramer Duke Special; '78 Kramer 450B; '90 MIK Danelectro DC59 Pro (2 of these); '78 Fender P-Bass; and, last but not least, a MIK Rogue VB-100 that's probably old enough to qualify. But, I couldn't swear to it, though. I also have a Gretsch Broadkaster and an Alembic Epic that are almost old enough to qualify...:whistle:
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  3. bassmike2010


    May 28, 2010
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  4. Giffro


    Apr 29, 2017
    South Australia
    Here ya go then..enough to keep this great thread running.
    Forgot to include my other Peavey in my #174 posting.
    Peavey 1979 T-40

    Peavey T-40 and Rumble 500C 115Cab.JPG
    Peavey T40 1.JPG
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