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[quote name='Innobassion' timestamp='1397270201' post='2422419']
Had a fair few in my time including those I have reviewed for Bacchus / Deviser of course. Lets think.

Epiphone - piece of crap for beginners
MIJ Aria Pro II - beginner so didn't know value of bass - liked it though
Vestax 5 string - shiiite
US Pedulla pentabuzz fretless - gorgeous
US Pedulla Rapture - hmmm not so hot.
UK JD 4 string fretless - excellent
US Fender Precision Deluxe
MIJ Yamaha TRB PII 6
MIJ ESP - Jaguar style bass - forget the name - good bass though.
MIJ ESP Amaze 4 string - Amazing just as you'd expect, but bloody pricey!
MIJ ESP Amaze 5 String - Oh yeah!
MIJ ESP Bottom Line Fretless - very nice, chinnamon pre sounds beautiful.
MIJ ESP Edwards EAM128 QM - great! Much like the Amaze but p-ups not as good
MIJ ESP Edwards Ikuo Signature, Black - yeah great instrument indeed, good for heavy rock / funk.
MIJ ESP J signature Bass - nice enough, not my kind of bass though... and so expensive!
MIJ Moon JJ5 Fretless - Awesome
MIJ Moon JB4 - Ken armstrongs - yup, very very nice
MIJ Moon JJ4 - Superb
MIJ Blade B2 - Blue Stain - great, bit bright though.
MIJ Blade B3 - Natural - gorgeous!
MIJ Blade B4 5 string - cherry burst - NTMB preamp oh yeaaaahhh !
MIJ Kubicki Blaster - white - Cool, great neck, light weight body, punchy as you like!
MIJ Kubicki Blaster - Red - My current refurb project.
MIJ Bacchus STrong 4 - NTMB pre, f'in great!
MIJ Bacchus Woodline 4 -2002 - A simple but fantastic jazz bass, great build quality.
MIJ Bacchus Strong 5 - NTMB - One of the best I ever played.
MIJ Bacchus Strong LTD 4 - NTMB - Even better than above.
MIJ Bacchus Standard 5 - Maple board, barts, XTCT pre - Very very nice indeed
MIJ Bacchus Standard 5 - Ebony board, XTCT Pre - " "
MIJ Bacchus Grooveline 5 - XTCT Pre - Yes, YEs YES! Brilliant, loved it, so simple and light, but kicked ass and just sounded good right away.
MIJ Bacchus STD JB5 - Aguilar OPB2 - Awesomeness, nice tonal variety
MIJ Bacchus TF5ASH - "" "" - My go to bass right now
MIJ Bacchus Twentyfour 5 LTD Zebrawood 2004 XTCT- Oh my god!
MIJ Bacchus Twentyfour 5 LTD 2006 NTMB - Quilted Maple - Ash - Holy cow of Bethlehem!
MIJ Bacchus Twentyfour 5 2003 Alder - XTCT - Pretty fine, but not as good as the others above
MIJ Bacchus WLJB5 - Passive - great very very nice Jazz bass indeed.
MIJ Bacchus Woodline DX5 Passive - Uh huh, this was beautiful, very clear but rich tone
MIJ Bacchus Woodline DX5AC - XTCT pre - Superb
MIJ Bacchus Woodline DX4AC - XTCT pre - " "
MIJ Bacchus Twentyfour DX5 - XTCT - Brilliant sound, not my favourite neck though, prefer the TF5ASH.
MIJ Bacchus Twentyfour DX4 - XTCT - " "
MIJ Bacchus DX5BGP - Sexy looks, lightweight, big sound. Love it.
MIP Bacchus TF 501 - Big bang for small buck - yeah it's very good but lacks the attention to detail it's MIJ cousins have..
MIC Bacchus UG4M - Bass Bomb pre - holy [email protected]%k for an MIC bass surprisingly excellent. It kicks! Still using this as a four string.
MIJ Bacchus BJ PJ bass 1998 - blow job in yer pajamas? Almost better than sex, but not quite.
MIJ Made By Aska - AC70's 5 - XTCT Oh my god, just gorgeous. STR Build at affordable prices.
MIJ 1997 Ken Smith Burner 5 - Ken Smith Tone and build quality at an affordable price. Very very very nice indeed.
MIJ Atelier Z JHJ89 - Really really nicely made, sounded great to, but I didn't like the neck profile too much personally.

I think there were a few others, but not so memorable ones. I have had numerous Bacchus handmade come through me, like about 20 or so used models, all very consistent in build, so didn't list them all as they were the same models just different stains.
Yes, I live in Japan! If you're looking for any MIJ models just gimme a shout I may be able to help ;)
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I need to move to Japan.

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Hi all, I'm new to bass chat but thought I would share my list.

Lakland Skyline Darryl Jones 4 string (Batolini 9j1 pups) still owned
Sandberg Ken Taylor 6 string, still owned and for sale.
Warwick Thumb 5 string 2002
Dingwall Combustion 5 string
Musicman stingray h/h 5 string
Tobias Toby pro 6 string
Ibanez SR506 6 string
Peavey Millennium 4 string

Before them I had a few cheap started basses!

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Previously owned

Rickenbacker 4001 71/72 vintage, black with rare white chequered binding
Precision, 70's Black, maple neck
Semi-acoustic Hofner - 1st bass
Epiphone (pre-gibson I think)

Current
ESP Grass Roots (current)
GMR Custom (current)



and a few current tasty 6 string electrics - oops did I say that out loud


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Previously owned:

Wal 4 string [severely changed with Seymour Duncan pickups] - because it had been 'spoiled' already, I then filed down the frets. Stolen!
Epiphone 'El Capitan' electro-acoustic 4-string. Stolen.

Currently owned:

Yamaha RBX200 4 string (1992)
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Status Energy V (1994)
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Dean Edge 5 string fretless (?)
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Ibanez Ergodyne 5 string (2004)
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Never owned or played a Fender, Ricky or Musicman ... am I the antichrist?!

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Here's my list - all 4 string. I still own the ones underlined:

Framus Star Bass; bought for a fiver in 1970 and so old that the control plate was sellotaped on. Long gone.
Watkins Sapphire Bass; looked the part but had a very heavy headstock. Long gone.
Fender Precision Bass; bought in 1973 and probably early 60's. Why oh why did I sell it in 1980?!
[u]Fender Precision Bass[/u]; bought in 1979 and still owned. It's a '76 and is my pride and joy. It's always out in the front room but I don't gig it much anymore.
Bass Collection 301 defretted; bought in the 80's some time. A good bass, and pretty, but I just didn't get on with it so it was sold.
[u]Fender USA '62 Reissue Jazz[/u]; early '90s. Bought in 1996 and my gigging bass ever since. In my opinion this is the finest bass ever made.
[u]Dean Edge Fretless[/u]; bought in late 90s and fun to play with.
Fender Japanese 51 Reissue Precision Bass; a fantastic bass with a gorgeous tone, but I didn't have a context for playing it then, so sold it with some regret since.

Here's my problem - I can't stop looking at basses on line, but why do I want to own another one when I feel strongly that instruments owned should be played?

I'm looking at the new USA Standard Jazz, or, and I'm seriously struggling with this, the USA '64 Reissue Jazz in Lake Placid Blue (I'm dribbling as I write it). How can I face these evil desires down? I play in a 50s/early 60s band and I think the dampened bridge would give me a good sound. Has anyone played one or got one and could comment? I have a big birthday coming up next year which isn't helping.

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When I first joined BC I looked through this thread and though I hadn't owned enough basses to warrant contributing....

This last year has seen me buy Seven basses, sell Four and I'm awaiting three custom builds :blink:

Damn you BC, I used to have savings...

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[quote name='Paultrader' timestamp='1405675404' post='2504181']
Here's my list - all 4 string. I still own the ones underlined:

Framus Star Bass; bought for a fiver in 1970 and so old that the control plate was sellotaped on. Long gone.
Watkins Sapphire Bass; looked the part but had a very heavy headstock. Long gone.
Fender Precision Bass; bought in 1973 and probably early 60's. Why oh why did I sell it in 1980?!
[u]Fender Precision Bass[/u]; bought in 1979 and still owned. It's a '76 and is my pride and joy. It's always out in the front room but I don't gig it much anymore.
Bass Collection 301 defretted; bought in the 80's some time. A good bass, and pretty, but I just didn't get on with it so it was sold.
[u]Fender USA '62 Reissue Jazz[/u]; early '90s. Bought in 1996 and my gigging bass ever since. In my opinion this is the finest bass ever made.
[b][u]Dean Edge Fretless[/u][/b]; bought in late 90s and fun to play with.
Fender Japanese 51 Reissue Precision Bass; a fantastic bass with a gorgeous tone, but I didn't have a context for playing it then, so sold it with some regret since.

Here's my problem - I can't stop looking at basses on line, but why do I want to own another one when I feel strongly that instruments owned should be played?

I'm looking at the new USA Standard Jazz, or, and I'm seriously struggling with this, the USA '64 Reissue Jazz in Lake Placid Blue (I'm dribbling as I write it). How can I face these evil desires down? I play in a 50s/early 60s band and I think the dampened bridge would give me a good sound. Has anyone played one or got one and could comment? I have a big birthday coming up next year which isn't helping.
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Paultrader - how do you find your Dean Edge Fretless? What strings do you use? I started with round wounds but tried flat wounds after a bit cos the others started to groove the [rosewood] fingerboard. They give a softer sound, very 'woody', especially on neck p'up, though slightly lacking in definition - quite a like an upright in a way, I suppose. how do you get your best sound?

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The truth is, I don't play it all that much. At the moment I've got round wounds on, but like you I worry about the fingerboard. I'm not sure that I've ever got the sound I really want. You've probably got nearer to what I hear in my head - I'll try some flat wounds. I think that a fretless bass needs to be significantly different to a fretted bass, so a woody sound would offer a good contrast.

It's a great bass for the price, and I love the clean fingerboard without lines, makes it more of a challenge. I keep going back to the fretted Fenders though.

Paul

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Right, here I go, underlined still here:

Yamaha RBX270
Yamaha RBX270F
[u]Yamaha BB N5II (2001)[/u]
Yamaha TRB5II (2001)
Yamaha TRB5F (1998)
Yamaha BB300 (1988)
Yamaha BB400S fretless (1989)
Yamaha BB414 (2008)
[u]Fender Jazz Bass Fretless (2002)[/u]
[u]Fender Jazz Bass (1966)[/u]
Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass V (1998)
Squier Classic Vibe 60's Jazz Bass (2009)
Squier Standard Jazz Bass
Squier Vintage Modified Precision Bass (2008)
Squier JV Precision Bass (1982)
Knooren/ESP custom Jazz Bass
Frankenjazz (2010)
[u]Blade B2 Tetra Bass (2001)[/u]
Blade B1
Celinder J Update 4 (1998)
Motion B-05
Cobelens & de Bruyne Primo (2009)
Lakland 55-60 Limited Edition Trans White (2011)
Squier Classic Vibe Precision Bass 50's (2010)
[u]Warwick Triumph (1981)[/u]
[u]Gretsch Electromatic 5442 BDC (2013)[/u]
[u]De Gier Bebop 5 (2013)[/u]
[u]Eko BA4 fretless (1987)[/u]
[u]Maya Jazz Bass (1977)[/u]

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My first bass was a [i]Fodic Jazz Copy [/i]in sunburst, bought for £99 from Bruce Miller's in Aberdeen by my folks for my Xmas in 1980. I'd seen UFO in the October, and decided I wanted to be Pete Way.

It took me a couple of months to be able to afford a Marshall 12W, which i still have. I still have the bass too, but it's gone through several colour schemes over the decades. Never gets played anymore, but I know it's still up in the attic (unless the missus binned it, which wouldn't surprise me too much).

[i]Aria Pro II XRB [/i]in a lovely metallic blue colour, bought from a shop in Nottingham up the top of the road from Rock City. That got sold in times of need.

A [i]Rickenbacker copy [/i]which was my first gigging bass. Bought in a second hand shop in London. No idea what make it was now, but it was OK.

A [i]Burns[/i] non-reverse [i]Thunderbird[/i], which was my second. Bought from a magazine ad, with me not knowing there was such a thing as reverse-nonreverse. I assumed it would be the T-bird shape I knew. It wasn't, but hey ho. It was dark green.

A [i]Hohner Jack Custom 5-string[/i], dark-stain finish, and a [i]Hohner Jack Custom 4-string [/i]in natural. I still have the latter, but the 5-string was converted to cash at some point. Wish I'd kept it now, actually. I had an [i]acoustic Crafter [/i]bass around the same time, it got sold too.

In the attic currently I have an [i]Epi Explorer[/i], a [i]Cort active [/i]thing, a [i]Cort passive [/i]thing, a couple of electric guitars and a couple of acoustics. And probably a bass or two I've forgotten about.

My girlfriend of the time bought me my [i]Gibson Thunderbird [/i]for my birthday in 1996. A custom order originally built for Floyd London of the Almighty in 1990, she picked it up 2nd hand in Glasgow for a grand. Ebony fingerboard, gold hardware, gold mirror plate.

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[quote name='Geddys nose' timestamp='1392991704' post='2375035']
Standing Joke in all the bands I've been in are the amount of basses I go through, So here goes-

Bronco P Bass (First one I owned)
Vigier Excess (still own)
Vigier Passion
Status S2
Status B2 (Still own)
Sadowsky HPJ
Modulus Funk Unlimited
Fender Geddy Lee
Fender Duff
Fender Mark Hoppus
Fender P Lyte
Fender Big Block (Still Own)
Fender US P Bass
Fender Mex Jazz
Fender Mex Jazz 5
Alembic Epic
Overwater Artisan
Gibson Thunderbird
Epiphone Thunderbird
Epiphone Jack Cassady
Musicman Sterling
Musicman Bongo
Line6 Variax Bass
Warwick Streamer Jazzman
Warwick $$
Warwick Infinity 5
Jon Birch Ric Copy
Kasuga Ric Copy
Retrovibe Ric Copy
Aria SWB 03
Aria SB1000
Eminence Upright Bass
Gordy Bass
Charvel P Bass
Krama Focus
Warmoth SG Bass
Lakland 55-02
G&L Asat Bass
G&L SB2 Tribute
G&L SB2 US
G&L L2000
Peavey T40
Ibanez Blazer X 2
Ric 4003-

2xFireglow
3xJetglow

ESP Ltd 404 Viper Bass (Still got)

I think Thats It, I really don't think I should buy another Ric ever again. :rolleyes:
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Maybe you want to send me a ric for a gift........hehe
Nice collection

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Here are the tools in no particular order -

Squier Affinity P-Bass (painted white using leftover radiator paint) - [color=#ff0000]Current[/color]
Ovation Magnum - [color=#ff0000]Current[/color]
Fender Mark Hoppus - [color=#008000]Gone[/color]
Squier P Bass Special Black and White - [color=#008000]Gone[/color]
Squier P Bass Special Black and Chrome - [color=#008000]Gone[/color]
Crafter Acoustic Bass - [color=#008000]Gone[/color]
Westfield P Bass - [color=#008000]Gone[/color]
Squier Mike Dirnt P Bass - [color=#ff0000]Current/[/color][color=#ff8c00]Undergoing a respray[/color]
OLP Stingray - [color=#008000]Gone[/color]
Danelectro '63 Longscale - [color=#008000]Gone[/color]
Danelectro DC - [color=#008000]Gone[/color]
Squier Chris Aiken P Bass - [color=#008000]Gone[/color]
Epiphone Thunderbird - [color=#ff0000]Current[/color]
Squier Cabronita P Bass - [color=#ff0000]Current[/color]

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Here are the bare facts of my bass ownership (currently owned underlined) -

Washburn B-2 ** 4 string ** Passive ** Turquoise ** Basswood?/Rosewood ** 1992 – 1994 (2 years)
Squier Precision ** 4 string ** Passive ** Sunburst ** Basswood?/Rosewood ** 1993 – 1999 (6 years)
Music Man StingRay ** 4 string ** Active 3B ** Black ** Ash/B E Maple ** 1995 – 1999 (4 years)
Fender Precision Lyte ** 4 string ** Passive ** Cherry ** Basswood?/Rosewood ** 1999 – 2000 (1 year)
Fender USA Jazz ** 4 string ** Passive ** CA Red ** Alder/Rosewood ** 2000 – 2002 (2 years)
Tanglewood Violin ** 4 string ** Passive ** Sunburst ** Hollowbody/Rosewood ** 2001 – 2008 (7 years)
Fender Mexican Jazz fretless ** 4 string ** Passive ** Sunburst ** Basswood?/Rosewood ** 2001 – 2001 (1 year)
Music Man StingRay5 ** 5 string ** Active 3B ** Trans Orange ** Ash/Rosewood ** 2001 – 2001 (1 month)
Music Man StingRay5 ** 5 string ** Active 3B ** Black ** Ash/Maple ** 2001 – 2005 (4 years)
Yamaha BB5-G5 ** 5 string ** Passive ** Amber Quilt ** Alder?/Rosewood ** 2002 – 2002 (1 year)
Music Man StingRay5 fretless ** 5 string ** Act/Piz/3B ** Pearl Blue ** Ash/Pau Ferro ** 2003 – 2004 (1.5 years)
Roscoe SKB-3006 ** 6 string ** Active/Bart ** B Burl/Nat ** Buckeye Burl/Spanish Cedar/B E Maple ** 2005 – 2009 (4.5 years)
Squier JV series Precision ** 4 string ** Active/EMG ** Fiesta Red ** Basswood?/Rosewood ** 2005 – 2009 ( 3.5 years)
Lakland Darryl Jones 5 ** 5 string ** Passive ** Blackl Spark ** Ash/Rose/Blocks ** 2007 – 2014 (7 years)
Spector Euro 5XL ** 5 string ** Active/EMG ** Trans Blue ** Maple/Rose/Blocks ** 2008 – 2009 (6 months)
Roscoe Century Std 6 fretless ** 6 string ** Active/Bart ** Natural ** Swamp Ash/Diamondwood ** 2008 – 2009 (1 year)
Lakland Joe Osborn 5 ** 5 string ** Passive ** Natural ** Ash/Rosewood ** 2008 – 2009 (10 months)
Fender Precision V ** 5 string ** Passive ** 3TSB ** Alder/Rosewood ** 2009 – 2009 (6 months)
NS Design WAV4 ** 4 string ** Passive ** Trans Red ** Unknown/Rosewood ** 2009 – 2013 (4 years)
[u]Nordstrand Nordy vJ5 ** 5 string ** Pass/Active ** Salmon Pink ** Swamp Ash/B E Maple ** 2009 – Pres[/u]
[u]Nordstrand Nordy vP5 ** 5 string ** Passive ** Oly White ** Swamp Ash/Rosewood ** 2011 – Pres[/u]
Yamaha TRB 1005 ** 5 string ** Active 3B ** Natural ** Alder/Maple/Rosewood ** 2013 – 2014 (1 year)
Yamaha TRB 1005 fretless ** 5 string ** Active 3B ** Natural ** Alder/Maple/Rosewood ** 2013 – 2014 (1 year)
Status Shark 5 ** 5 string ** Passive ** Surf Green ** Cherrywood/Rosewood ** 2014 – 2014 (2 months)
[u]Music Man Classic SR5 ** 5 string ** Active 2B ** Classic Burst ** Ash/B E Maple ** 2014 – Pres[/u]

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Kinda tame in comparison to everyone elses


Peavey Milestone 3

Westfield B1000

Harley Benton[font="verdana, tahoma, arial, helvetica"][size="3"][color="#000000"] B550-FL[/color][/size][/font]

[color=#000000][font=verdana, tahoma, arial, helvetica][size=1]Peavey Milestone 5 string[/size][/font][/color]

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Not a huge list but growing quickly, I've gone past my graphite phase and love precisions (at the moment!)

Status graphite barracuda
Status graphite stealth
Status graphite S2classic
Musiman sterling
Music man stingray
Overwater aspiration
Fender jazz JV 1982
Still got
Fender precision USA 1983
Fender precision USA 1971

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I have a tiny list compared to everyone else!

Previously owned:
Squier affinity jazz
Squier vintage modified P bass
squier vintage modified jazz bass

Currently owned
Epiphone thunderbird goth (now a fenderbird)
Squier P bass 1993
Fender precision lyte

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Blimey: here I go over 35 years..

1966 Rick 4001 Blonde, Bought/sold in 1979 checkerboard binding, toaster pickups. Wreck. Had been damp in a loft or somewhere. Moved it on
1979 Rick 4003. Bought in 1980. Tobacco sunburst. Loved that bass but had to flog it when I got married in 1985 to pay for carpets or some other tripe.
1984 Rick in deep blue. Bought in 1999 Still own and play it to this day.
Status Graphite Mark King. No,I am not Mark King. Moved it on.
USA Jazz. Another "Damn, why did I sell that". Black body, maple neck. Just, well, you know? Just ahhhhhh
Twin pickup MusicMan Stingray. Lovely but just could not gel with it.
Music Man Sub 5. Adequate for the band I was in but soul less.
Washburn XB600 6 string. What was I smoking at that time?
Wal Pro Bass in about 2002. What a badly abused old lass. Sold it on to some geezer in the states.
Fernandes short scale "Lawsuit" copy of the Alembic bass complete with outboard PSU. Weighed a ton and sounded crap. Also went stateside.
The only ever Erlewine bass made. Except it isn't. Turns out it was an apprentice piece. Best of everything, hand made on board pre amp that eventually died. Turns out some cretin had over tightened the truss rod and it had stripped inside the neck. Shame as it is now quite twisted but ggood for the kids to play on in my son's studio.
I think that's it.

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[quote name='Mokl' timestamp='1182804234' post='23231']
G&L ASAT Bass: Ridiculously lovely translucent red finish and beautiful, slim neck. I still feel pain when I think of how I parted with this. Amazing slap tone, fabulous versatility, but the neck used to dive so badly and I just couldn't live with it :-([/quote]

I have the Blue Burst G & L ASAT ( Tele Body Style with the pre-amp. I love it but I don't know how to use all the PU configuration options. I love the neck.

Neck dive, I've heard the same thing about my Gibson Thunderbird. What's neck dive? I just put these basses on and play.

Blue

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Bought this in 1994 for a band that never happened..

Maya 70's mij precision copy (natural, tort guard bought for £40 a bass player mate bought it for £100 and still has it. Didn't know what I had)

Bought this in 2002 thought I'd try the bass again years after the first attempt...

Ibanez gsr200 (mega thin neck gave me cramp put me off bass)

Bought a few weeks ago, and has since spurred me on to buy my second bass a HB precision copy (currently in transit)...

Harley Benton JB-75 (love it, has given me the bass bug)

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I'll try to remember!

Westone concord (sold on)
Columbus pj pointy headstock thing (sold on)
Bc rich reverse headstock warlock (stolen)
West bury track 2 (stolen)
Samick/ valley arts 5 string (stolen)
Fender p lyte
Dearmond jetstar
Ibanez btb 5string
Dean metalman demonator
Fender usa p
Dean metalman ml
Dean demonator
Dean razorback
Westfield abg
Dean pace eub
Ch guitars m16
Peavey international 5 string
Bc rich warlock
Kramer baretta
Bc rich reverse headstock warlock
Westbury track 2
Fender mp jag
Bc rich ironbird

I think that's it!!!

Edit- picked up another westbury track 2
Fender mij Steve Harris precision blue/ maple
Two home built p bass
Olp levin 5 string

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Ill have a go:
Cheap Fender Copy
Fender Precision Special 1982 x 2
Fender Jazz bass x 4
Custom Shop jazz x 5
Alleva Coppolo x 3
Zon x 3
Skjold x 1
NYC Sadowsky x 3
Fodera x 1
1969 Jazz
1978 jazz x 3
1965 Jazz
1973 Precision
1975 Precision
1978 Precision
1979 Precision
Chris Larkin Custom
Rickenbacker x 4
Gibson Thunderbird x 2
Warwick Fortress German
1975 re-issue Jazz bass US
1975 re-issue Jazz Japan
1962 re-issue Jazz
1962 re-issue precision x 2
Suhr Classic Jazz
Lakland Daryl Jones Skyline
Lakland Bob Glaub Skyline
Lakland Bob Glaub US
Lakland 44-94 US
Lakland Joe Osbourn US
Tacoma Thunderchief CB 28
Taylor AB-1
Taylor AB-3
Martin AB

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[quote name='Marvin' timestamp='1267293324' post='759287']
A very short list.

Westone Spectrum II. - truly awful, the mate I sold it to is still trying to get me to by it back after over 10 years.

Hohner B2A. - defretted. Really good bass, didn't realise it at the time and sold it for way too little

Ibanez SR300 - my weapon now. Brilliant.
[/quote]

Update.

Warwick Rockbass Corvette - sold it as I didn't like the neck at all.

Squier P Bass (1991 Korean) - sold on. Nice bass, good tone.

Yamaha TRBX504 - very well made, very easy to play, It's currently my back up bass.

Sire Marcus Miller V7 Jazz - stunning bass, I love it.

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...in 27 years of playing.....

Some black 'plank'
A Pink Marlin
Maison 5 string
some fretless plank
Vesta thumb copy
Musicman
Alembic rogue (still got)
NS Steinberger EUB (Still got)
Warwick streamer 5
Alembic Epic fretless
Overwater Elite
Dingwall AB1 (still got)
Pete Skjold 5 slayer (still got)

Never owned or wanted a fender, [gasp!]

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