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  1. Have to be Heistercamp Supersoft Leedon Tor for me.
  2. Not much but this is my bass history Yamaha RBX170 - candy apple red Fender Jazz Bass classic 74 - MIM black with rosewood board with perloid blocks and white binding Musicman Stingray 4 - 2009 pacific blue burst with matching headstock and maple board Yamaha TRB1005 - MIK in caramel brown Yamaha TRB5pii - (Bubinga) and ebony board Warwick Streamer Jazzman 4 - in lovely ocean blue Atelier Z M265 custom - lovely creamy trans white with maple board and perloid blocks and cream binding pickup config of JMJ Lakland Skyline 55-69 - Tetsukya pink Japan only model with maple board Lakland 55-94 deluxe - teal burst and birdseye maple board and later got it refinished by Jaydee guitars to electric blue Warwick Streamer LX - bit of an odd ball. In natural colour and ovangkol neck and wenge board. Pickup config is like what you see on Thumb Warwick Streamer Jazzman 5 - lovely purple colour Warwick Streamer Jazzman 4 - another ocean blue Musicman Stingray Starry Night 4 - this one is soooooooooo disco! Warwick Corvette Hotrod 5 - probably my favourite in terms of aesthetics(swamp ash body, flame maple top, flame maple board, maple neck with matching flame maple headstock) and insane growl for daaaaaaaaaaysssssss Limelight Jazz bass - classic 1962 olympic white and rosewood board Musicman Stingray 4 HH - pacific blue burst with matching headstock but rosewood board this time Warwick Corvette $$ limited edition - very nice zebrano top MTD Saratoga Norm Stockton - probably the most expensive I have owned! Mike Lull PJ5 - lovely dark brown finish with birdseye maple board just classy! Fender Jazz Bass 4 FSR - 70's bass natural, maple board with perloid blocks and cream binding and Lindy Fralins pickups + J retro Alpher Mako 4 - Crazyburl top, master grade roasted birdseye maple. Double humbuckers Nords bigblades (insane output even though it's all passive!!!) with coil split and series/parallel options (insane tonal variations!!) Yamaha TRB1005 - trans black with quilted ?veneer top (think it's still here on the market place for sale) Alpher Cobia 5 - roasted swamp ash body, flame maple top, wenge neck and board. Lovely teal finish. Bigblades 5. Again all passive with series/parallel switching. Alpher Cobia 5 - paulownia body, flame maple top, flame maple neck and board. Bigblades 5 with Nords 3b preamp (Still waiting for completion) Last two are the ones that I technically own at the moment, although the last one is awaiting completion. So I only have 1 bass in my stable at the moment!
  3. Yoooooooo this is so good of a deal! Used to have one and I still miss it badly. If this is still here by the end of January I will have to move my current cab to get this!
  4. Boutique/boutique-ish basses that I own/have owned:
  5. Easily one of the most straightforward deals I had here on basschat. Great guy!
  6. That STR is rather tasty!
  7. Easy deal! Deal with confidence guys. What a pleasant guy 😁
  8. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1977-78-Fender-Jazz-Bass-Guitar/264754366975?hash=item3da49709ff:g:ijYAAOSwW69e2j~Q Just waiting for payday 😂
  9. Yes! Slightly bassy, but pretty much there if you cut the bass a bit. Maybe add a bit of mid. But the zingy-ness of it is pretty much nailed.
  10. I love me some good Atelier Z. Had a white JHJ M245m years ago! I'm sure missing it!
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  12. Mann... you are making me miss my 55-94 😢😢 this so beautiful.
  13. Jeesssus dude. And here I am quite glad that all the flea basses are sold for now. And here's one.
  14. I say do both if you can afford it. It gives you different perspective on how you play either.
  15. Very humble rig nowadays... just using the combo for stage volume.
  16. It's my first time trying them this month. So far so good. I used to use Dunlop Super Brights Stainless Steels, but at max they only last me 2-3 gigs. I only had 1 gig so far though but I haven't heard any fading brightness or change in tone. Not the same feel as what I'm used to but not bad either, just different.
  17. I pretty much gave up trying basses on big music shops. No matter how I wanted to try a specific bass. I find that the setup is just rubbish. Well of course as some people have already pointed out that it's different for specialised shops like Bass Direct and The Bass Gallery. I've seen this US Geddy Lee which for the longest time I'm so curious about but when I tried it in a bigger shop in Birmingham, I was just disappointed. I know it's only a setup but it kills your keen-ess towards the instrument.
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