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three basses...

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by allan grossman, Dec 6, 2001.

  1. I just had to take this pic before I sold the Cirrus (sniffle...)


  2. jasonbraatz


    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA
    nice basses man. too bad you have to sell the cirrus, but i'm sure the lakland will do you just fine :)

    i can't wait to have 3 basses again. for me - that's the best number. having a fretted, fretless 5 and a fretted 4 would be everything i'd ever need. so now i need to fret my 4 (status graphite neck :D )and get a fretless 5. (definitely will be a warwick)


  3. rllefebv


    Oct 17, 2000
    Newberg, Oregon
    Nice little 'Menage' ya got going there! Shame about the Cirrus, :( but at least you'll have the memories...

  4. Sorry to hear the news.

    Personally I think you should be adding a 7 to follow suit.
  5. Woodchuck


    Apr 21, 2000
    Atlanta (Grant Park!)
    Gallien Krueger for the last 12 years!
    Man, that Lakie looks EXACTLY like mine did, before I put the pickguard on it. I had to sell mine, and now I'm stuck with 2 custom jobs, a Fender Jazz, and 2 Warwicks.:( (sniff, sniff) Hold me somebody.
  6. gruffpuppy said...

    Personally I think you should be adding a 7 to follow suit.

    Nah - I don't have enough fingers to play the Cirrus ;)

    The Lakland does pretty much play itself, though - I got it a couple of hours ago. I like the 3/4" string spacing and the tone is just amazing.

  7. I have 3 basses now, but I only use 1.
    eventually I would like to have;
    4 string with flatwounds (my current main axe)
    5 string with roundwounds (being built at the moment)
    and a Rickenbacker 4003 (for the ric tone)

    that would be my 3

    then maybe a fretless 4
    an 8 string
    a string bass

    maybe I need 6 basses:p

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