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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Jewbass, May 14, 2009.
#48- Devil Musick
#51- Rick Alembic
i have an early 66 jazz dots & binding
sorry no pics actually
My '75 P :
Early 70's Ibanez Rick copy
I dunno why, but I never get sick of looking at Quad's 75 P. I've seen it in many different threads on TB. I've never been a fan of that color, I like rosewood fretboards better than maple ones, and though it's genuine (not relic), I prefer basses without obvious wear. Something about that bass though...
Can I have it when you're done?
1983 Ibanez MC924D
Here is a shot of my '64 Jazz.
Thanks. The photo doesn't show the wear and tear too bad. I got it in 71 for 175.00. Wish I had taken better care of it. I gigged with it all through college and for many years after. From Frat parties in PA to the White House!
I don't gig with it these days. It needs pots and a fret job. It's all original so I'm leaving it alone. I think my hands are molded to that neck!
straight outta 1979:
May-June '83 JV series Squire.
83' Yamaha BB1000s
my musicmen (77, 79, 79, 88)
Jazzes (70 and 72)
My school jazz band owned the same bass.
2 Fuji Ken Gakki factory products, both created before 1980.
The Jazzbass has a newer bridge & neckpickup, the EB0 has older type pickups, bridge & talepiece.
All orig, with LaBella flats.
69 Jazz (bought for $100 in the late '80s)
89 (or so) Godin fretless
03 Roscoe Beck 5 (that's as vintage as that model gets!)
and not BGs, but:
pre WWII Juzek upright
1930-something Carson J Robison flattop guitar (made by Gibson for sale at Montgomery Ward stores)
Can I join?
Here's a couple of close ups of my mid-60's Hagstrom HIIB.
I also have a '67 Guild Jetstar. I've had it since '79, but it is in the process of being refinished....
WOW!! what a beauty
1977 Greco Mercury
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