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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by Wild Rice Chris, Jun 29, 2009.
Show 'em off!
Rice Custom #065
'82 G&L L-1000
'72 Fender Precision Bass
'70 Univox Naked Bass
'94 Engelhardt C-1
'07 Shen SB-200
turn of the century German
Most of the amps
I got a Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
P Bass clone(no it's not a Fender, it just looks like the one in the picture)
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Hey, are those Rice basses any good? Just kidding, Chris. They all look great.
I've been using my Yamaha RBX 550 for about 20 years now. No complaints. I also just got an American Jazz from a guy I work with dirt cheap. I've been playing it alone for the last 2 months. I think I like it. I still think I'm going to refinish it but I'm in no hurry.
I may have to take pictures now.
My contribution . '76 P-Bass Pre Custom Shop
68 Pink Paisley, 62 P, 68 Jazz.
Erb Bass I
This Gibson followed me home on Friday.
I need to stop taking bad pictures...
Any way this is for my roots reggae, rock steady, and dub.
2007 Warwick Corvette Active 5 in Bubinga
Squire CV 50s P-Bass
For subtlety...nothing quite like 8 extra strings!
Bassists' club - my PV T40 can indeed be used as a most effective club.
No pic (sorry!) but I make low rumbling noises with a G&L L2000 Leo Fender Signature model and a Godin fretless Acoustibass. -- CS
I am wanting to get a jazz bass like that one...price is a bit high here in Mississauga
I miss my Acousticaster! Mine had the full length thumb rest and tines inside the body. Can you take some pics?
Great collection and great pics. Love the Univox...looks like maybe you slapped an SD Quarter Pounder in there?
Well sir, danged if that isn't one of the prettiest guitar shots I've seen. What classy instruments.
I've seriously thought of that CV Precision myself. I love single coil pre-'57 P-basses.
In my 30+ years of playing, I played bass probably 70% of the time in bands and for pickup gigs and such.
Playing more guitar now because I'm just messing around and plan to do osme home recording.
But I still in many ways consider bass my first instrument, and it's always been my favorite instrument to compose on.
All I have at the moment is an SX P-copy. It's pretty darned nice though.
I've owned some stellar old basses in my day...including three pre-CBS Fenders. The one I miss the most, though, is a Tokai P-copy I got in the early 80s. Played a hundred gigs with that bass.
That's the original pickup. I've seen a few variations over the years, only one other with this pickup. It sounds very good, it was chosen over a used 60's Precision for the same money when it was new.
And that Squier CV is surprisingly cool. :mrgreen:
My number one: first run Geddy Lee.