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  1. Thanks guys, the ergonomics fit and finish on the BB1024X are what i've been looking for. It's a passive P/J setup with a 3-way switch. Only thing lacking from it is the wood ageing treatment that the Japan built BB2024X receives. This one's indonesian built. Plan on keeping it, so that will not be a concern. GSG - I dig the finish on your new Ric, pretty awesome. Bassilisk - Your BB3000S is a classic for sure.
  2. Latest Yamaha in the house - Tobacco burst 1024x Neck feels like a Jazz bass a comfortable player.
  3. The current crop - Ibanez acoustic, Yamaha BB1024X, Ibanez AGB200.
  4. Thank you John. Very close to the Jack Casady in tone - the reasons i went with this one was the short scale and narrower body width.
  5. Awesome Jazz with the Hendrix colors and maple neck
  6. Thanks GS, she's built like a tank which is surprising. I was expecting it to be lighter weight from looking at the pics on Ibanez website, but that's cool as it feels durable. I put some Chrome flats on her today to darken the tone.
  7. Here's a second hand sleeper of a bass i picked up at the music shop yesterday. An Ibanez Artcore series bass. Semi hollow body, great woody tone using the neck pickup. This one just about plays itself with great fret spacing and medium gauge strings.
  8. She's a beauty gsg Great walnut color!
  9. Bassilisk posted this a few months ago. How's this bass working out for you over the longhaul? Just saw one of these Rudy Sarzo basses the other day at a local music shop. It's an eyecatcher for sure and very well built.
  10. Hot smoke and sassafrass - Bubble Puppy
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