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    06 Ric


    95 Epi Rivoli

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    Gorgeous basses, Ramone!
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    thanks, Chris!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Tarman View Post
    Gorgeous basses, Ramone!
    Yes indeed. British Invasion coolness! I'm thinking Paul McCartney and Chas Chander, perhaps Paul Samwell-Smith. Looks like you added a DiMarzio Model 1 and a trapeze tailpiece to the Epiphone.

    - Steve

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    Here are my three basses. L to R:

    1996 Warwick Corvette Std. 5
    2010 Warwick Custom Shop Corvette $$ fretless 6
    2009 Warwick Streamer LX Broadneck 6

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassfiddlesteve View Post
    Yes indeed. British Invasion coolness! I'm thinking Paul McCartney and Chas Chander, perhaps Paul Samwell-Smith. Looks like you added a DiMarzio Model 1 and a trapeze tailpiece to the Epiphone.

    - Steve
    yeah, the Epi humbucker didn't sound all that good to me. I'm not sure if the DiMarzio is the best pickup for this bass, but it's better than the Epi.
    I added the tailpiece so I could use 34" strings. I like the look, too. it fills in the bottom area nicely.

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    Reviving this old thread...
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    Just Play

    Sopranos: 1st uke, Lanikai soprano LU-11 - Aquilas | 30's Martin style 0 - Martins | Fender Piha'eu - Worth Browns | Lanikai banjolele - Worth Browns
    Concerts: Kanile'a K-2 CP - Living Water | Islander AC-4 - Living Water | Ohana CK-35-8 - Living Water | Kala KA-ACP-CT - Living Water, low G
    UBass: Kala Exotic Mahogany - Road Toad Pahoehoe

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    OK, as long as you resurrected this thread (I hate calling images of our gear porn, to me it diminishes them), here's my new Rondo Hadean walnut bass uke and my Phil Jones Double Four bass amp with battery and Sony wireless system. I use them for all our rehearsals and small gigs. For the time being I'm going to leave the Thunderguts until they crap out.


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    Still Life with UBass...
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    Sopranos: 1st uke, Lanikai soprano LU-11 - Aquilas | 30's Martin style 0 - Martins | Fender Piha'eu - Worth Browns | Lanikai banjolele - Worth Browns
    Concerts: Kanile'a K-2 CP - Living Water | Islander AC-4 - Living Water | Ohana CK-35-8 - Living Water | Kala KA-ACP-CT - Living Water, low G
    UBass: Kala Exotic Mahogany - Road Toad Pahoehoe

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