#1
Just wondering, what bass is triviums bassist using in the "Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr" video? i think its a b.c. rich mockingbird, but Im not sure.
SX Ursa 2
G&L Tribute L-2500
Ibanez ATK700 (all but sold)
Ashdown Elec. Blue 180 (need something else...)

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#3
lol, are they really that bad?
SX Ursa 2
G&L Tribute L-2500
Ibanez ATK700 (all but sold)
Ashdown Elec. Blue 180 (need something else...)

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#4
yeah, they may look alright (debatable). But they're not worth the money! You're much better off with an Ibanez or a schecter or something
Ibanez SR505
Ashdown ABM 300 EVO II
Epifani UL410
#7
Hmm.. I just might do that. Although, Ive always been infactuated (I guess thats spelled right...) with the Z shape. But if the Peavey performs better, then I will.
SX Ursa 2
G&L Tribute L-2500
Ibanez ATK700 (all but sold)
Ashdown Elec. Blue 180 (need something else...)

-Bass Militia- \m/
#9
I'm also a big fan of peavey equipment, i second his decision on that bass over the dean.
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#10
PEAVEY!!!!!!! that's what we're talkin' bout here!!get that..its has cool tones. I played a
5 stringer a few times using a bass cabinet and the tones are definitely great.
check them out someday!

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