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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by __Syxx__, Jun 5, 2001.
Hey just thought it would be interesting to see who has the most expensive bass here.
No question here. Turner's double-neck Conklin retails at over 10 grand.
mmmm ... jt's gonna be a finalist in this contest. Not me, though.
you can buy mine for $30 grand, and you'll be the winner!!
Peavey Milestone III.
My (one of a kind?) Bluegum Rob Allen MB-2 #115
"Cost" me 10 years of living hell
Lessee...average annual salary of $...carry the 2.... = ...
My Pedulla Buzz.
Cost my a real nice Acoustic Guitar, which Cost me the chance of playing on MTV unplugged.
Well that and the fact that they didn't ask.
well, my first bass was a Fender '62 jazz reissue. That cost me about $10,000.
Hong Kong dollars, that is. That's about US$1,280 or so. Definitely not up with the most pricey. I'll drop out of this fight.
My basses are priceless....for now.
Well i can put into the catagory of cheapest basses. A rogue 5-string(ewww) and an ibanez 405nt. but i'm getting a btb406qt
I'm reasonably sure I've got the record for cheapest used bass from a music store;$18.95 US for a short neck junker back in about 1967.
bought a hondo for 10 million! just kiddin!
Dang thats cheap, i payed $169 for my POS rogue and about $500 for my ibanez and the rogue plays better than the ibanez, but sounds like crap
Well, I think it would have to be someone from the UK as we pay more for everything over here, because of the strong pound compared to the Euro. High-end basses are at least twice the price in the UK, compared with the US!!
Actually to be serious, I would like to bet it's one of the DB people - Orchestral players think nothing of paying £50,000 ($75,000)for a Double Bass - and I've heard that Don Higdon has got a few like that!!