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What have you got GAS for at the mo?

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Having watched Bravado at Rush EuCon on Saturday... a Ricky 4001. Sounded bloody lovely.

Sadly having played a 70s and current back to back the 70s has a much slimmer neck and would be the one for me and thus out of pocket reach.

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One of these :)

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Yamaha BB1200s

Musicman Big Al 4 SSS

Gibson G-3 (original, not 70s Tribute - I miss mine a bit)

An old, beat up, missing bits post 1972 Gibson EB-3L for restoration.

Money available for this - none. Anyone feeling generous? ;)

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Really good FendPrec either 5 or vintage 4......and a Duke DB.........sad have neither the cash nor the work for either.............GAS is a burden. eg...I longed all my life for a Gibson 335 and a Rick 4001 and when a got them I really was dissappointed......what I REALLY want is talent and time to practice.....and time back from my wasted youth............and a good band

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Just this:

http://timber-tones.co.uk/sun-tones-mixed-tin-of-4-guitar-picks-2634-p.asp

I'm not allowing myself any more bass guitars until I can play my new fretless respectably. Don't let me start thinking about a new amp though.

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... An '80s P-bass currently residing at my bass teacher's house: natural aging to the honey-colored finish, tuners totally corroded by sweat, the whole thing beat up and ... what a sound! What a bass!

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A black Musicman Sterling - a proper one - like this:
[url="http://www.guitarguitar.co.uk/bass_guitars_detail.asp?stock=160620298850008"]http://www.guitarguitar.co.uk/bass_guitars_detail.asp?stock=160620298850008[/url]
but I don't have £1700 burning a hole in my pocket

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Currently a Fender Mustang... probably the sonic blue one. Really regret selling my MIJ fiesta red Mustang a few years ago. I think it would make a perfect bass to practise at home.

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I very much want a Honey Blonde 50s Precision and to add a tort pickguard. That's because I don't have a P and want one though rather than pure GAS and I will buy one in the next few months.

When it comes to raw GAS where I just desire things for the sake of it I'd go with a Flea Jazz and a Baja Tele. Despite the only Fender I have currently being American, there's something about the high end Mexicans I find really appealing.

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I love tele shaped guitars but always thought it didn't really work for basses, for some reason.

But then this started calling out to me and I'm well and truly under its spell:

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[quote name='thegummy' timestamp='1479425790' post='3176538']
I very much want a Honey Blonde 50s Precision
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Was playing one in the shop today for a bit. The glossy neck is really putting me off

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