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satchbot

1,916 posts

76 months

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Saturday 24th May 2008 quote quote all
Brotherly love - can't beat it!





Though it sounds he'll give it a damn good trywink

Stamp

3,311 posts

116 months

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Saturday 24th May 2008 quote quote all
Here is my baby....



satchbot

1,916 posts

76 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
Nice Stamp - bet she has some good tone cloud9

Stamp

3,311 posts

116 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
satchbot said:
Nice Stamp - bet she has some good tone cloud9
Fantastic guitar. I was looking for a PRS, but when this popped up, I had to have it. Coil tapped so almost any tone is available.

satchbot

1,916 posts

76 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
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Forthright MC

7,947 posts

163 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
satchbot said:
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love the finish on that!

chevy-stu

5,108 posts

108 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
Loadsa nice varied guitars here, no basses yet so here's my lot:

main workhorse - 1992 musicman Stingray 2EQ, about 1500 gigs in the last 7 years on this bass !


new spare, 2002 musicman Stingray 3EQ


Used to use it all the time, but barely play it now I've the musicmans, 1995 Fender Jazz Deluxe (active with 3 band EQ)


Bought for a bit of variety and investment, 1977 Fender Precision


Had this since new 1988 Hohner B2, modifies with big Gibson frets, genuine EMG Steinbeger pickups & pre-amp. Steinberger bridge. Haven't used it in 10 years !


Also got one of these at a regular gig, cos I'm lazy
Stagg V-bass, with fender Jazz neck & musicman bridge pick-ups. Plays horribly, but looks hilarious!


Amps, mainly Mesa-Boggie 400+ all valve head, into Mesa 4x10 cab, or Marshall VBA 400 All valve head into matching 4x12 cab. Also have Hartke 3500 & Gallien kruger RB400 heads, and Ampeg 4x10 and Eden 1x15 as spares. Occasionally use Boss bass synth, Boss super chorus and Electro-Harmonics Bass Balls pedals.

ROCK ON !!!!!



Edited by chevy-stu on Sunday 25th May 14:40

Malam

688 posts

83 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
A few from my collection...



From left to right;
2002 Ibanez JEM7VSBL
2000 Ibanez JEM7BSB
1992 Ibanez L.A Custom Shop 'Bad Horsie' Prototype 'NEVILLE'- Ex-Steve Vai
2001 Ibanez Universe UV777PBK

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immigrant

261 posts

75 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
Absolutely stunning collection Malam. I will definitely get a Jem when my playing gets good enough to warrant it. Have a 1570 Prestige for the time being.

Malam

688 posts

83 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
immigrant said:
Absolutely stunning collection Malam. I will definitely get a Jem when my playing gets good enough to warrant it. Have a 1570 Prestige for the time being.
Thankyou very much. A 1570 is as good as any Jem once you replace the pickups, I have a couple of 550s, and have owned other various RGs- all excellent guitars.

Forthright MC

7,947 posts

163 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
chevy-stu said:
Loadsa nice varied guitars here, no basses yet so here's my lot:

(pics of some luverly basses)
i was waiting for a bass to show up here! top collection sir, that J Bass looks great, one of my all time fave models are they

my real musical tendency has been toward bass, hope to get myself one soon!

BTW are there any Rickenbacker players here wishing to show off their instruments?...

satchbot

1,916 posts

76 months

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Sunday 25th May 2008 quote quote all
Mega bucks there Malam! thumbup

And thanks Stu for the basses - more the merrier.

...Mole...

2,585 posts

71 months

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Monday 26th May 2008 quote quote all
i had a fair few guitars and basses, but they have all been sold/ in the process of being sold

and i bought this beauty to replace them all.

http://www.spectorbass.com/images/NAMM2006/ReBopZebra.jpg 

Spector Rebop 4 Dlx bought from sound control in Dundee for £449 a fair bit off the RRP

rest of the money went towards rent/ looking for new car frown

paulmurr

2,770 posts

92 months

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Monday 26th May 2008 quote quote all
My Explorer - EMG81 pups



Les Paul




Marshall JCM800 - modified with an extra preamp valve for more drive


satchbot

1,916 posts

76 months

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Monday 26th May 2008 quote quote all
An Explorer on 81s!!! eek Bet that sounds like a sharp beast! thumbup

ih8thisname

2,699 posts

80 months

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Monday 26th May 2008 quote quote all
paulmurr said:
My Explorer - EMG81 pups

yikes

I was going to do that with mines using the 81/60 EMG setup!

The only thing that put me off was that with them being active I was told I need to get a cavity cut to house the battery confused

I'll get some pics up a bit later!

satchbot

1,916 posts

76 months

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Monday 26th May 2008 quote quote all
Yep they need a 9v battery which is a bit of a bugger but heyho. Great sound though yes

paulmurr

2,770 posts

92 months

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Monday 26th May 2008 quote quote all
Both pups are wired to use a single battery which is housed in the volume/tone pot cavity so no extra routing is required biggrin

satchbot

1,916 posts

76 months

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Monday 26th May 2008 quote quote all
A-ha. So that's how it's done idea

gingerpaul

2,824 posts

123 months

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Monday 26th May 2008 quote quote all
Here are my guitars.



An Epiphone Les Paul and a Taylor 414 L7. I'm tempted to get some Bare Knuckle Mules for the Les Paul to try to get a slightly more vintage sound. No electronics on the Taylor.
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