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What have you got GAS for at the mo?

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Currently one of those Vintage Jazz copies. Hardly high-rent, but having been playing their Jaco fretless version I find the neck superb - better in fact than than my US jazz neck. So looking to swap the Jaco for a fretted.

The other thing I'd really like in my arsenal is some talent.

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[quote name='RandomBass' timestamp='1378642133' post='2202642']
Currently one of those Vintage Jazz copies. Hardly high-rent, but having been playing their Jaco fretless version I find the neck superb - better in fact than than my US jazz neck. So looking to swap the Jaco for a fretted.

The other thing I'd really like in my arsenal is some talent.
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I succumbed to one of those VM Jazz 77s last week. That's why the new amp will have to wait!

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I quite fancy a Squire Jaguar bass :) like this

[url="http://www.soundsliveshop.com/p/Squier_Vintage_Modified_Jaguar_Bass_Special_HB,_Black/FEN-032-8700-506?CAWELAID=1830894733&catargetid=1821941091&cadevice=c&cagpspn=pla&gclid=COGwzNzpu7kCFfQetAodXX0AsA"]http://www.soundsliveshop.com/p/Squier_Vintage_Modified_Jaguar_Bass_Special_HB,_Black/FEN-032-8700-506?CAWELAID=1830894733&catargetid=1821941091&cadevice=c&cagpspn=pla&gclid=COGwzNzpu7kCFfQetAodXX0AsA[/url]

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Squier Classic Vibe Jazz bass. White & Tort.

I keep reading folks raving about them, in a positive way , and feel that my life may not be complete without one. I even went to a music shop to try one but there weren't any in stock. " No, I don't want to try the Squier Vintage Modified Jazz instead, thanks all the same". I'm not a complete idiot, and it's not giving me GAS, well not yet.

Do I need one - of course not!

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[quote name='Graham' timestamp='1378645292' post='2202694']
A Matamp GT200 and Barefaced 69er. [size=4]Not in any way practicable, but would love them.[/size]
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Oof! Yes, please! Eminently practical, if you ask me! :)

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Im gassing after a fretless Jazz even though im a buffoon on a fretless, ive just bought the neck now im looking for a suitable fender or Squier body to bolt it to.

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A Lake Placid Blue, matching headstock jazz bass with rosewood 'board, pearloid block inlays and cream 'board binding... Lightly relic'd.

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Gassing after a 5 string sg, albeit I've never liked them before! And squier jaguar.

And either a MatAmp gt200 or aguilar db751.

Kinda learning to ignore it and find if you wait long enough, it goes round in circles......always a moving target!

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[quote name='Salt on your Bass?' timestamp='1378661366' post='2202922']
...a MatAmp gt200...
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I sense a pattern emerging...

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I'm gassing for a Fender Slab Body P Bass or a custom job to the same effect

I'm also after either a MatAmp GT200, HiWatt custom 400/200w, Ashdown CTM300 and I'd LOVE to pair any of them with a barefaced 69er!

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Like Lozz....absolutely nothing!!!

Please note that this is subject to editing....

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