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FatalGear41
War Mastiff!!!
Join date: Oct 2009
1,381 IQ
#1
Well; now that the Christbass...er, I mean Christmas season is upon us, what are your bass desires for this year? Having just played a Yamaha BB1025X and found it to be remarkably good, I have to put that on the top of the list. That and an EBS Fafner II amplifier would make the season for me.

How about the rest of you?
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CJ Noble
WAHAHA~!
Join date: Jan 2008
342 IQ
#2
I've pretty much beat GAS, fortunately. I might pick up something with a Kahler though, just something I wanted as a kid but never had an opportunity to pick up
1978 Peavey T-40 -> Ampeg Micro-VR - > Ampeg SVT210AV + Ampeg SVT-15E
anarkee
oh the horror!
Join date: Aug 2006
3,136 IQ
#3
My next bass GAS candidate is a MIA all black maple necked Precision. But at this point, I really need a pickup for my upright as well, or a new hardcase for my MIA Jazz.
Tostitos
caffeinated
Join date: Jan 2009
868 IQ
#4
Realistically I think I might treat myself to a pair of EMG 35DC's. All other GAS money is hopefully going into some New Year's ink.

If SantaBass were to show up at my apartment with a bag of GAS-induced goodies though, I'd be really keen on a Modulus BassStar neck, a Source Audio Bass Envelope Filter, an EBS Multicomp, and an original Steinberger L1.

The best Christmas's smell like gingerbread, peppermint, and reinforced composite plastics.
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Spector and Markbass
fudger
Im a ninja of love..
Join date: Feb 2008
647 IQ
#5
^ I just recently upgrade from my mxr envelope to the source audio envelope and man its a great pedal. I cant say enough about how nice it is. All the preset fuctions and the ability to shape them how you want it is awsome.
dark Mass
ZORK
Join date: Oct 2009
523 IQ
#6
GAS wise for me it's just this.

Ibanez BTB776
Bartolini P2 Set
Mike Pope Flexcore Preamp
Delano PC2HE/M2 and JC4HE/M2
EMG PAX and JAX Set
EMG BQC System

That isn't clearly happening so I reserve myself to couple of pack of DR Fat Beams and Rotosound 77's.
Damn it! Disable can't use disable to disable Disable's disable because disable's disable has already been disabled by Disable's disable!
Temezki
Bassist
Join date: Jan 2010
56 IQ
#7
New amp and maybe some pedals to fill my pedalboard.
Gear:

Sandberg California TM5
Jackson C20J
EBS MultiComp
Boss ODB-3
MXR El Grande Bass Fuzz
Warwick Blue Cab 30.1 (home)
Laney RB9 and Laney RB 410
Dunlop Big Stubby 2mm
Levy's Strap
Cordial cables (Roadline, Silent, Encore)
Spanner93
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2012
333 IQ
#8
Well, I just got a new amp (70's 500w Dynacord) so that's fine now, but still on my GAS list:

Ibanez Ergodyne EDC700


Ibanez SGBE110VS


Line6 UX2

Telefunken TD20 mic (60's mic that sounds heavenly in front of my amp, just need to buy my own now.)


EHX English Muff'n
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chatterbox272
Registered User
Join date: May 2011
1,237 IQ
#9
Some kind of Fender/Squier VM bass (there's just some tones that I can't seem to get out of my 375 that I can nail from a VM, although the reverse is also true).
A cheap project bass for me to mess with
An SM57/58 (I need 1 mic to do a million things, and those fit the bill perfectly)
A Scarlette 2i4
A cheap guitar
GAPendragon
Fist Shaking Pony
Join date: Apr 2010
523 IQ
#10
I've recently discovered the Epiphone Zenith and though I haven't located one to try yet I love the sound of it based on Youtube video reviews I've seen. I think right now I'd lean toward one of those, probably in the darker natural finish, or some parts for the Stingray clone I'm building. And I could do with a new strap.

Has anyone here played a Zenith btw?
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Ziphoblat
The Enigma
Join date: Jun 2010
390 IQ
#11
Realistically either a Dunlop Bass Wah, an MXR Deluxe Bass Fuzz, some EMG JVX pick-ups to try in my Jazz or some professionally moulded ear plugs.

What I'd really like though is one of the GK MB Fusion 800 amps I've been wanting for a while...
Spare a Cow
Eat a Vegan
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draws 'til death.
Join date: Nov 2007
1,471 IQ
#12
I don't have any real GAS at the moment, a Star Bass would be nice but I'm happy with my three basses at the moment so and my MarkBass rig gets the job done so meh.

What I would like is some more wood, been trying to find a decent source of Bubinga and Afzelia to no avail.
Basses:
Fender Precision Bass
Fender Jazz Bass
1967 Fender Coronado Bass II
Warwick Star Bass
Squier Precision Bass TB
jonathan.keeler
Registered User
Join date: Dec 2008
1,863 IQ
#14
Anything with six strings on it.
going to a bass workshop in Warrick before so I can have a gander
LeakyFlask
You know what would be really sweet? Having a beautiful bird inlaid around the first fret, taking a majestic dump with airborne droppings around the 5th, 7th, 9th frets and so on, with a graceful impact around the 22nd-24th.
moody git
i probably won't commit
Join date: May 2008
360 IQ
#15
a nice fretless and tech music school to say yes
DONT RISK IT, BUY A BASS AMP
Sudaka
Novice Bass Player
Join date: Sep 2008
1,096 IQ
#16
I'd say something like this:

Ibanez BTB675

and something like this:
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Markbass Little Mark III

I don't see it happening, though
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When you break a bass string, that snapping sound is the sound of six dollars going down the crapper.



Sterling Ray 35
Hartke Ha3500 head - Gallien Krueger 212MBE cab
Tech 21 VT Bass
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shmbluh12
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2009
47 IQ
#17







Either of those would be great and there's still plenty more I'd want.
skippy_moogoose
30 Rhythm Points...O yeah
Join date: Jul 2006
1,033 IQ
#18
Quote by Spanner93

EHX English Muff'n


Lucky enough to have one of these bad boys with some lush valves, as I traded my Blowtorch with Jon for his...sounds lush through my Trace Elliot, a little cleaner with my passive basses than the active Sandberg circuit, but for full on stoner rawr, combined with the VT pedal I have it's pretty damn awesome!!

Tbh, all I want is a shed ton of new strings, pref roto 66's for the 'berg, some piccolo's for the jag, and some nice flats for the mustang...I'd also like to get them all set up pro style, and having room for the Trace would be great because I'm reduced to playing thru my sh*tty no name practice amp that I've owned since I was fifteen...

On a GAS front but not involving basses,a nice fender twin or some other lush little valve amp for my 6 string that I couls stick my Jeklly and Hyde in front of would be nice please Mr Santa!!
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CommaBass
Registered User
Join date: Sep 2006
476 IQ
#20
A Spector Rebop 5 would be awesome. And the MXR M80 I'm probably going to get in a few weeks
My Gear:
Fender Squier VM Jazz Bass
ESP LTD B-5E
ESP LTD EC-330FM
Ibanez RGD7421
Jackson DXMG
Line 6 Pod X3
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Join date: Nov 2007
1,471 IQ
#21
Quote by Ippon
A Used but clean Markbass Little Mark Tube 800 and lots of strings!

Have you tried one yet? I've always found the digital power-amped MarkBass stuff to sound a bit sterile and lifeless.
Basses:
Fender Precision Bass
Fender Jazz Bass
1967 Fender Coronado Bass II
Warwick Star Bass
Squier Precision Bass TB
FatalGear41
War Mastiff!!!
Join date: Oct 2009
1,381 IQ
#22
Given that this is the Bass Forum, I'm amazed nobody has asked for alcohol
"Drinking is a skill and should be recognized as such!"

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Spaz91
RIP Terry
Join date: Mar 2008
6,280 IQ
#23
Given this is the Bass Forum, we all have plenty.
cha33 armstrong
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2012
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#24
I bought a boss bass synth with my christmas money but I cant use it until crimbo, Im so excited its already in my sig
You hit 'em and they get back up
I hit 'em and they stay down
- Frank Castle
Jazzocaster
Registered User
Join date: Aug 2011
10 IQ
#25
All I want is for the Fender Custom Shop to ship my Fender VI.....after all it has only been 5 months....ho ho ho
Jazzocaster
Registered User
Join date: Aug 2011
10 IQ
#26
Quote by consecutive e
Have you tried one yet? I've always found the digital power-amped MarkBass stuff to sound a bit sterile and lifeless.


I must agree...the Markbass stuff is light, and so is the sound...thin, too.

Hasn't been a good bass amp since Acoustic research went under, the new company with the $5K 360 might have a good amp. but where are they to TRY?
El_Bozo
The Lovable Rascal
Join date: Mar 2007
250 IQ
#27
I'd love to get a six string bass... any, as long as it has some semblace of quality (and narrow string spacing), i'd be happy!

But realistically i can expect a set of strings.

Maybe next year...
Ziphoblat
The Enigma
Join date: Jun 2010
390 IQ
#28
My Barefaced Super Twelve T/V being finished before Christmas would be nice too.
Spare a Cow
Eat a Vegan
Black Ox
Registered Abuser
Join date: Jan 2009
991 IQ
#29
Probably just some strings and maybe a cable and a strap as well. Perhaps someday I'll convince my family to buy me a Warwick.
Ippon
Amped
Join date: Feb 2006
1,526 IQ
#30
Quote by consecutive e
Have you tried one yet? I've always found the digital power-amped MarkBass stuff to sound a bit sterile and lifeless.

Those MarkBasses are so cute. I can throw it in my backpack or leave it in my car and I'll always be ready. It sounded fine with my 215 with EVM15L and EVM15B.
Tostitos
caffeinated
Join date: Jan 2009
868 IQ
#31
Quote by Ippon
Those MarkBasses are so cute. I can throw it in my backpack or leave it in my car and I'll always be ready.

That's why I love mine. On top of my 2x10 its a great little apartment amp, but if I want to jam I can slip it in a backpack, grab my bass and go. Just plop it on another cab and its good to go.

Bass-Santa really should just drop $200 or so down my chimney so I can start a project.
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Spector and Markbass
JAHellraiser
Registered User
Join date: Jun 2009
2,405 IQ
#32
Quote by Spaz91



How much are these beauties?


As for what I want, bass wise I just want this nice little Gallien Kruger combo amp. 200 watts with a 15inch speaker, MMB15 or some model name like that. Would be pretty nice for a first bass amp.

I also want a drum set. Having hard time deciding between acoustic and electric. but literally those 2 things, and Im gooood.
Tostitos
caffeinated
Join date: Jan 2009
868 IQ
#33
Quote by JAHellraiser
How much are these beauties?

Those are California VM's, Sandberg's price list puts the base price at 1338 Euros (and that's for a 4 string before any options). Chicago Music Exchange is a US dealer and has a 5 string VM listed for $2245.
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Spector and Markbass
eddiehimself
Call me EH, eh?
Join date: Jun 2006
1,540 IQ
#34
I'm ok for bass stuff at the moment
EH


"Show me war; show me pestilence; show me the blood-red hands of retribution..."
fudger
Im a ninja of love..
Join date: Feb 2008
647 IQ
#36
I could use a carl thompson six string fretless. I should start a kickstarter for one, anyone wanna donate?
eddiehimself
Call me EH, eh?
Join date: Jun 2006
1,540 IQ
#37
Quote by fudger
I could use a carl thompson six string fretless. I should start a kickstarter for one, anyone wanna donate?


EH


"Show me war; show me pestilence; show me the blood-red hands of retribution..."
FatalGear41
War Mastiff!!!
Join date: Oct 2009
1,381 IQ
#38
Quote by fudger
I could use a carl thompson six string fretless. I should start a kickstarter for one, anyone wanna donate?


I think you'll have to sell a kidney for one of those. And I hear the waiting period is hell.
"Drinking is a skill and should be recognized as such!"

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FatalGear41 knows the ways of the obscure. I hear it's just not with Gibsons. Beware, Halloween approaches...


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DAMNIT FATALGEAR YOU RUINED MUH FLOW!