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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Achilles LS, Mar 9, 2003.
Kind of silly question, but so what?
One is transparent red, one is white, one is a dark blue.
All 3 of mine (2 Fender Jazzes and a Peavey T-40) are wood finish/no color/whatever you call it.
all natural, baby.
the only painted instrument i have is my bright-sparkle-blue guitar
All natural (oil/wax finish).
Two black, one natural, and one see thru burgundy.
Mine is white with white pickguard. (J-bass)
cherry burst (woo!) and a black one. i really liked the blue color on the old ltd.
natural bubinga and black with red tortoise pickguard
I had a midnight blue Jazz. I have a midnight wine P. I will have either an Ameber or Cherryburst G&L soon.
black with a slight gold marbling. very very cool.
I have 5:
Gibson EB-0 - Cherry
Fender MIA Jazz V - Black
F Bass BNF4 - Natural maple
F Bass BN6 - Oiled Swamp Ash
F Bass Studio - Blueburst
Cherry burst on my G&L, and natrual on my Tacoma.
MTD 535- Blue Burst
P-bass- Aged Cherry Burst
Skyline JO- Lake Placid Blue
Stingray- Burnt Apple
Schecter Elite 5 - Honey burst over a quilted maple top... mmmmmmmmmmm
black with white pickguard...cool huh
Hmm. Let me think.
2001 '54RI Precision ("Sting") - Two-tone sunburst ash
2000 "Hotrodded" Precision - Sunset Orange ash
2000 DeArmond Pilot Deluxe - Natural oiled woods
1972 Precision - Aged Olympic White
1963 Thunderbird II - Two-tone sunburst mahogany
All-original colors and configurations.
Oh, and I think I'll get one of these just to up the ugliness of my bunch. "Tyrian Purple"! Yikes...
Most of my basses have been black. I've had a red and a natural also, but yeah, mostly black ones. Boring? But fitting to most of my wardrobe. And no, I'm not "goth". =P