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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Jewbass, May 14, 2009.
My '73 Jazz. Been my main bass since 1978. Still gig it regularly.
Knobby-#33(hm...i dont know, i'm not sure if like 6 vintage bases can get you in, i mean you need AT LEAST 10
That's down right RUDE!
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nice bass dude! LOVE the tilted neck pickup!
1971 Telecaster bass, defretted and contoured. (hey, I was a kid) Still got it.
1966 Jazz neck w/ butterbean tuners on a '69 P Body. One of my go-to gig basses.
I also have a '73ish Hayman 40/40, but no pics around.
pic is from 1976.
I will play. My 72 Jazz bass.
That thing is sweeter than sourwood honey, yes sir!
Built Sept. '68 - same month and year I was born...
I also have a '70, '72, and '79 P, an '83 Fender B-34. From the late '50s and early '60s I have a Harmony H-22, a Kay Truetone and a few '60s Silvertone/Dano dolphin noses.
Next year my '85 Fender Performer will hit 25.
Bought this back in '67 in Memphis...
Here's my '67 Guild Starfire I bought from another forum member. It doesn't sound too bad. I'm waiting on a mounting ring before I replace the bridge humbucker with another DarkStar.
Always wanted one of those. I had a JSII, but it just wasn't the same!
I LOVE that natural P bass.
I am so jealous right now.
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