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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by bass_player12, Sep 11, 2008.
Im dying for a mm stingray 4 natural teal with black pickguard
yamaha TRB6 PII ...save save save!
Spector legend custom 5 slate grey
Schecter C-5 antique cherry
warwick vampyre ltd 5 in honey violin
I want a Fender Jaguar in white. Replace the neck with a Warmoth 21 fret, blocked and bound, matching headstock.
I don't get along with 20 fret basses.
I'd completely rewire it, toss in a pair of Darkstars, a Sustainer, and a Kahler whammy.
I'm also in the mood for an Englehart Swingmaster upright in blonde.
Nothing, I got more equipment and basses than time to use them properly.
So now you brought it up: On my wishlist is
- SX jazz bass 5 strings fretless (I'll drop a pair of Nordstrand pickups on it, maybe upgrading the hardware if I feel the need to)
- some kind of 4-strings passive JB 60's style, but I haven't decided which brand ... maybe a japanese Fender or a Bacchus ... or an US Fender ...
- 5-strings active Precision Bass, ash body mapple neck. Probably a Sandberg.
- 5-strings Ibanez ATK from the 90's, just for the fun of having it
and the list continues ...
Not a thing... the G.A.S is finally gone.
For the first time in 25 years I don't have a list. But it took 30+ basses and about 10 amp/cab configurations to finally arrive at this point. Now Im down to 4 basses and 2 amp rigs. Sadowsky, Epifani, and Thunderfunk played a huge part in curing my GAS.
My G.A.S. is a Ken smith BTE 25th 5 string fretless
... I could do with some money to pay the rent, electricity etc.
On the equipment front I'm quite happy.
1. Mesa M-Pulse 600 or bb750, preferably the 600
2. Musicman Stingray 4 or 5, preferably 5 actually
Nothing right now. I'm pretty GAS free. I would like an Alleva Coppollo but only in the same way as I would like a Ferrari - it would be nice to have but I cannot justify making the purchase
I have reverse gas.
What is reverse GAS?
My guess: GAS=gear aquisition syndrome, so it must mean that you want to dispose of gear???
I just did this! Sold most everything that I wasn't using regularly. I did it to fund equipment and expenses for my sons career (he's a tennis player). Don't miss the gear at all really, and there's nothing like the feeling of supporting a loved one in an endeavour that means a lot to him!
Kind of, yes, but not really.....
Pretty simple stuff, really:
A Sadowsky NYC with a spalted top, an ebony board and black hardware. Oh, and abalone dots and an accent line between the top and the body.
As I said, simple stuff.
Dingwall Super J (4 or 5, preferably with P/J)
Rickenbacker 4003 in Jetglo.
08' Black and Rosewood Fender American Standard P
Ebony Gibson SG Reissue.