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your miscellaneous wishlist

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by barroso, Mar 20, 2002.


  1. barroso

    barroso

    Aug 16, 2000
    Italia
    post your music items wishlist. here's mine:

    -fender '65 twin reverb
    -set of TV jones filtertons
    -more time to build my new jazz style bass
    -the book with notations for all instruments of all beatles songs
    -a new copmuter setup for homerecording
     
  2. notduane

    notduane

    Nov 24, 2000
    Location
  3. Bruce Lindfield

    Bruce Lindfield Unprofessional TalkBass Contributor Gold Supporting Member

    I can see this is a typo, but it just struck me as funny - kind of like the evil Terminator in the Arnie movie who morphs through or round anything - he's a "Cop Muter" ! :D
     
  4. barroso

    barroso

    Aug 16, 2000
    Italia
    eh eh... nice one!:D
     
  5. Nails

    Nails

    Jun 4, 2000
    Austin, Tejas
    Here's my list, it's pretty much all for recording purposes. I want a lot of gear, obviously.

    1. 88 weighted key MIDI controller with aftertouch, velocity sensitivity, and a three pedal style sustain pedal, used live to play piano and to practice with.
    2. A 76 synth action key that hooks up to my Mac via USB should have velocity sensitivity, aftertouch and a single pedal style sustain pedal, will be used to write MIDI tracks in Pro Tools.
    3. Czech Republic Spector NS-5CRFM, in black cherry with Aguilar OBP-1 preamp
    4. Bass Pod Pro, silent recording with the Eden amp and cab models.
    5. A 4x4 USB MIDI port
    6. A sound module, similar to Triton rack, will have built in sounds and can play samples, playback sequencer for SMFs, and shouldn't be more than 2 rack spaces
    7. Software to edit samples on my Mac
    8. A lot of preamps
    9. An A/D convertor with ADAT Lightpipe Outs
    10. A patchbay to hook all the preamps into that runs the signal to the A/D convertor
    11. A S/PDIF patchbay, my Bass Pod Pro, Guitar Pod Pro, and sound module will all be by S/PDIF
    12. A PRS McCarty standard in black
    13. A Titanium Powerbook G4
    14. The MBox from Digidesign
    15. Microphones, to many brands and models to mention
    16. Cables to hook all of that up
    17. A V-Drum kit
    18. Headphone amp and more headphones
    19. A house to build into my dream studio
    20. The new Mesa Boogie Rectifier Recording Preamp
    21. Some guitar amps, a Marshall head and cab, Fender Deluxe, Vox AC30, Mesa cab and poweramp for the Rectifier Recording Preamp, etc. (I know I've got the Guitar Pod Pro, but I'd love to have the real thing as well.)
    22. A MIDI channel selection system to control all the guitar amps at once.

    That's all I can think of for now, but if I had all that I don't think I'd leave my home.
     
  6. - a nice block of Maple ( neck )
    - a nice piece of Mahogany ( fretboard )
    - 4 x 60 cm 2.9mm brass fretwire
    - 15x inlay dot white pearl 6.35mm
    - 15x inlay dot white pearl 2mm
    - a Seymore Duncan SJB-5N 5-String Jazzbass stack neck pickup
    - a Seymore Duncan SMB5 Music Man 5-string pickup
    - a Seymore Duncan STC-3M4 Music Man 3b/4knobs preamp
    - 5 ABM Bass single saddle bridges chrome ( same ones as on the Ibanez BTB )
    - 5 Neck-screw-ring's chrome ( for bolting the neck to the body )
    - 2 string-tree's ( chrome )
    - GraphT.1400 nut
    - Bruko Truss Rod aluminum 60cm
    - Truss Rod Nut 6mm allen-wrench
    - 2x Graphite strip 6x600mm round ( trussrod supporters, improve neck strength )
    - Gotoh GB70E chrome 3L/2R tuners
    - 200 ml hard-wax wood-polish ( :D )


    and some more stuff.. so i can start building the Allobass jazzman.. i've already managed to get my hands on a nice piece of Ash ( 50x35x4.5 cm )

    yeah baby yeah :D
     
  7. Ampeg SVT-II Head
    Ampeg SVT 8x10 Cab
    Marshall JCM-2000 TSL guitar Head
    Marshall 4x12 cab (2)
    Fender American Double Fat Strat (hardtail)
    Fender American Jazz bass (red body w/ maple fretboard)
    A nice wah...one that gives me the Hendrix-like sound
    Spools of various sizes/types of wire
    Many wire ends of various sizes/types
    A lifetime supply of tubes, strings, picks and 409.
     
  8. jasonbraatz

    jasonbraatz

    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA
    Bass stuff:
    10 Space rack w/ shockmount and wheels
    Raven Labs MDB1
    Raven Labs Trueblue EQ
    Furman PL8
    Korg DTR1
    Xwire wireless

    a lifetime supply of DR LoRiders
    a lifetime supply of tubes



    Non Bass Stuff:
    Dual Processor G4 or Pentium 4 w/ 19" flatpanel monitor and 100gig hard drive
    Some kind of 24 track digital mixing setup
    enough mikes to mic a large drumset, and a few vocal mic's
    Avalon 737 mic preamp


    Roland V-Drums

    Fender Twin Reverb Reissue
    my roommates strat :D (ash body, wenge/ebony neck)


    2002 Subaru WRX :D
     
  9. .....all i want, nee afford, is a set of strings.



    i'm skint. :(
     
  10. Oysterman

    Oysterman

    Mar 30, 2000
    Sweden
    In essence:
    - more money, so I can buy the gear myself. ;)

    ...which would be:

    - a Shuker J-bass
    - a good fretless
    - a better-looking strap (the one I have is comfy, but darn ugly)

    And unless my amp starts to crap out on me again, I'm happy with it, although having a full stack wouldn't hurt (anything except my back of course :().

    I also want my computer and recording gear to work the way they did a couple of months ago, i.e. flawlessly. They're giving me headaches nowadays.
     
  11. Mike N

    Mike N Missing the old TB

    Jan 28, 2001
    New York
    632 cubic inches. That would make some sweet music to my ears.
     
  12. pilotjones

    pilotjones Supporting Member

    Nov 8, 2001
    US-NY-NYC
    ok, here goes

    -Pedulla Thunderbass or Thunderbolt
    -MTD535 burl top
    -a Sei bass
    -a Dingwall
    -Leduc Pad bass
    -a Basslab bass
    -Kubicki Ex-Factor
    -Neuser Claudia (Claw)
    -a Rick
    -two custom basses (I have the designs sketched)
    -a strat
    -an ES335
    -a Les Paul or PRS
    -a fat Martin acoustic
    -a guitarron
    -a small acme or eden or swr or ashdown rig
    -a large acme or eden or swr or ashdown rig
    -a top-line Macintosh/Mark of the Unicorn/Digidesign system
    -a MIDI'd 9' Steinway
    -$50,000 for synths
    -$100,000 for outboard gear
    -a coupla dozen U-87s, AKGs, Sennheisers, D-112s, etc.
    -$whatever it takes for video and sync gear
    -a Neve or Amek 128-channel console
    -a variety of monitors
    -Studer and Otari recorders
    -the Frank Lloyd Wright house, "Fallingwater," converted to be my studio, while maintaining the integrity of the original design
    -an extra 100 free hours each week

    no, I don't want much!
    I guess I'll never make boddhisatva!
     
  13. Erlendur Már

    Erlendur Már

    May 24, 2000
    A good amp
    An acoustic bass
    A good fretless bass
    A studio
     
  14. JMX

    JMX Vorsprung durch Technik

    Sep 4, 2000
    Cologne, Germany
    • Le Fay Pangton 5 and 6 Fretted
    • Le Fay Remington 6 Fretless
    • Jens Ritter Classic 7
    • Basslab 6 with self-designed body shape
    • Glockenklang Bugatti Preamp
    • QSC Poweramp or something similar
    • Tech-Soundsystem ND 410 XT
    • Glockenklang Take Five
    • state of the art dual cpu PC
    • RME Hammerfall soundcard
    • Genelec studio monitors
    • .....
     
  15. I'd like a nice amp and a good cab to go with it.

    A Rick 4003, a Reverend and a custom Conklin.

    The ability to write songs on level with Springsteen and Corgan.

    I don't think that's much, do you?

    EDIT: And I'd like that the spoiled brat visiting untill Sunday (maybe longer) would leave. For good.
     
  16. jazzbo

    jazzbo

    Aug 25, 2000
    San Francisco, CA
    The ability (financially) to double the amount of my current lessons.
     
  17. Brendan

    Brendan

    Jun 18, 2000
    Austin, TX
    An Eden 210XLT for practicing
    and a BUNCH of basses, like 15 or 16.
    Though, right now I'd settle for some SD pups for my 4 string, and a Pedulla Pentabuzz.

    Also, a SKB rack case, and a heavy duty rackmount compressor, along with an X-wire, and a Korg tuner.
     
  18. Ampeg SVT 8x10
    Eden World Tour 800 head
    Sunn 2x15
    SWR Goliath III
    Aguilar 2x12 (just cuz I can)
    Custom Jazz bass with double P p'ups
    GR Strato-bass with two MM p'ups
    Musicman Sterling
    Akai Deep Impact and Head rush
    Electro-Harmonix Big Muff PI

    A hovercar capable of carrying all this equipment to gigs.
    A trained monkey who can load and unload said equipment.
     
  19. pilotjones

    pilotjones Supporting Member

    Nov 8, 2001
    US-NY-NYC
    With a pair of sticks and a little extra monkey training, you could replace your drummer.
     
    1. Bass Pod (pro?)
    2. Another string or two for my 4str Cirrus...
    3. EBS Fafner head
    4. Warwick Streamer stage I or II
    5. Better soundcard + bigger harddrive
    6. The Denver Broncos
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