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Re: Show us your Bass!

Post by foal30 » Thu Mar 10, 2016 8:38 pm

I like how you write "first bass purchase of the year" :lol:
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Re: Show us your Bass!

Post by bronzet » Fri Mar 11, 2016 8:29 am

foal30 wrote:I like how you write "first bass purchase of the year" :lol:
Lol. I was choosing my words carefully, because i know there is going to be more, including a Peavey T-40, which i cant wait to arrive in the post :) Let me know if you are aware of those two people you spoke of in your other post has a spare Wal bass that they would like to part with. Otherwise thanks for that update regarding the 70's era pickups - seems that those pickups may have been in original condition after all - should have bought them :cry: I might have to buy myself a Steinberger bass to cheer myself up lol
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Re: Show us your Bass!

Post by bronzet » Mon Mar 14, 2016 9:30 am

My Peavey T40 arrived today. It is a tone machine. It is a bit heavy though, especially because the body is made from heavy Ash wood. Anyways here are pictures of it:

The bass is in pretty good condition and came with its original hardcase
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The on board electronics allow great tonal variation. The tone knobs change the pickups between single coil and humbuckers at certain points, and there is a phase switch also. All passive.
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Fender Jazz 1968
Fender Precision 1972
Musicman Stingray 1978
Peavey T40 1983
MIT Yamaha Attitude LTD 1 1990
Wal Mk2 1993
MIK Fender Jazz Deluxe 2005
MIK Yamaha RBXJM2 2005
MIK Fender Jazz Deluxe V 2008
Rickenbacker 4003 2015
+others

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Re: Show us your Bass!

Post by joppo » Mon Mar 14, 2016 1:07 pm

Nice! Must be time the Dunedin chapter of BP.co.nz got together to check out our bass collections.

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Re: Show us your Bass!

Post by john » Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:26 pm

That's a real beauty

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Re: Show us your Bass!

Post by basshead56 » Thu Jun 16, 2016 8:36 pm

After a tidy up...
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Fender Precision X 9 (mostly 70's), Jazz, Jaguar,
MM Stingray, Gibson T-Bird, Dean Cabbie, Dano DC Bass
Ampeg Baby
Koffin Bass
Ampeg SVT-CL,8x10
Ampeg SVT 4PRO, 610
Ampeg PF-800 & PF-115HE
Ampeg B-100R
Marshall VBA400 & VBC412(x2)

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