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    My current family

    Top left to right:

    Carvin Icon 5 - Aguilar pickups, Aguilar OBP3 Pre
    BadAss Precision - built from my spare parts, MIM body, Delao pickups, MightMight Neck, American tuners, Gotoh Bridge
    SpaGeddy - Geddy neck, US N3 noiseless pickups, MIM body, J-Retro Pre (battery box cut into back) Fender US bridge
    American Standard Precision
    1983 Ibanez Musician
    1983 Ibanez RB924

    Bottom left to right:

    Carvin BB75 - Sadowsky pickups, GlockenKlang pre
    American Precision Deluxe
    Lonny White Gold Standard Five (custom build with Warmoth Gecko neck)
    Musicman StingRay
    1993 Alembic Spoiler
    Rickenbacker 4003S


    LW Gold Standard 5
    Carvin - Icon5, BB75
    Fender - American Standard Precision, Frankenfender jazz (J-East Pre, Geddy Neck, N3 pickups), MIM Pbass (delano pickups, Warmoth Jazz neck), American PJ
    Musican Stingray
    Alembic Spoiler
    Ibanez Musician
    Ibanez RB924
    Rickenbacker 4003s
    Spector Euro 4 LX
    Power by Carvin B1000 through Hartke Hydryve 112x2 (MarkBass Nano for practice/small gigs)


    Somebody turn up the Bass!

    www.engine14.com
    www.facebook.com/engine14band[/SIZE]

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    Nice family there. I have to make do with only 4 basses
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    Steinberger NXT5 EUB, MTD 535 Fretless, Tobias Killer B6, 72 Fender Precision
    Eden WT500, WTX1000N & WP100, QSC PL230
    Eden D410XLT, D410XST, 215, Fender Bassman 10

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    Yeah, I need to down size for sure. Every time I think I want to sell one, I play it and remember why I bought it in the first place...hard to part with them.


    LW Gold Standard 5
    Carvin - Icon5, BB75
    Fender - American Standard Precision, Frankenfender jazz (J-East Pre, Geddy Neck, N3 pickups), MIM Pbass (delano pickups, Warmoth Jazz neck), American PJ
    Musican Stingray
    Alembic Spoiler
    Ibanez Musician
    Ibanez RB924
    Rickenbacker 4003s
    Spector Euro 4 LX
    Power by Carvin B1000 through Hartke Hydryve 112x2 (MarkBass Nano for practice/small gigs)


    Somebody turn up the Bass!

    www.engine14.com
    www.facebook.com/engine14band[/SIZE]

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    What kind of Bass Player DOWNSIZES?


    - low life -

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    Do you have a favourite? In the clips of your band, you seem to rely on the Carvin Icon and the fender.
    Brian

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    I really like the Icon (a lot). The fenders just feel like home to me. So I always take one whenever I go out. Truth be told, I have some relatively expensive bases that tend to sit. Not that they are no good, I just end up on the same 4-5 basses all the time. You can get a damn nice USA fender jazz or precision for 1000ish bucks, or a totally tricked out Carvin for about 1500ish, those are the best deals going (IMHO).

    But no I really don't have a favorite. I just grab what ever feels right in the moment and go with it.


    LW Gold Standard 5
    Carvin - Icon5, BB75
    Fender - American Standard Precision, Frankenfender jazz (J-East Pre, Geddy Neck, N3 pickups), MIM Pbass (delano pickups, Warmoth Jazz neck), American PJ
    Musican Stingray
    Alembic Spoiler
    Ibanez Musician
    Ibanez RB924
    Rickenbacker 4003s
    Spector Euro 4 LX
    Power by Carvin B1000 through Hartke Hydryve 112x2 (MarkBass Nano for practice/small gigs)


    Somebody turn up the Bass!

    www.engine14.com
    www.facebook.com/engine14band[/SIZE]

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