#1


66' gibson sg bass

2005 fender starcaster

2007 squier modified fret-less jazz bass

2007 fender acoustic/electric

2007 dean metal-man v-bass

1962 kasuga jazz bass

1986 gibson custom les paul

my 30 watt vox valvetronix

yamaha keyboard

dunlop zw45 zakk wylde wah pedal

only one not in picture is my other gibson les paul.
Last edited by gibsonsg41 at Aug 7, 2007,
#2
Haha Starcaster. I like the LP the Jazz bass on the wall and the Gibson EB-3 bass
My Rig:
Fender American Strat w/ texas specials
Martin DX1
Blueridge Br73
1968 Domino Californian
Stagg bass
2006 Fender hot rod deluxe
Gretsch Electromatic compact amp
among others
#3
Not a big Gibson or Fender fan, sorry. The Kasuga is a novelty piece, and Vox stand with their name as pretty reliable stuff (although their distortion leaves something to be desired). If your 60's stock is still in tune and has minimal warpage then that makes for some good conversation pieces.
My Gear:
Godin BG V and BG IV
GK 1001RB w/ 4x10 RBH
Palatino Upright
Ibanez Talman Artcore
Godin LG
Washburn Acoustic
Godin Classical
Traynor YCV80

#4
some of your stuff is REALLY nice and some of it is CRAP.

edit: wattafuk is with the Starcaster???
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#5
the starcaster was my first guitar, it comes in a starter pack, its pretty good, better then the other starcasters,its almost as good as a standard strat. i keep cause it has a good clean tone.
#7
Quote by gibsonsg41
the starcaster was my first guitar, it comes in a starter pack, its pretty good, better then the other starcasters,its almost as good as a standard strat. i keep cause it has a good clean tone.



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#8
Fu[]ck you, just post in the pics of your gear thread.

also, musicology, why is the Jazz bass a "novelty piece?"