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#3739 by ForrestBass
Thu Nov 30, 2006 7:10 am
I've been playing on Dean basses since 1983. I still have my first Dean Bel Aire 4 string.

1983 Dean Bel Aire 4 string - Metalic red
1996 Dean Edge 1 4 string - Trans Black
2001 Dean Performer Acoustic 4 string
2004 Dean Edge 1 5 string - Metalic Red
2006 Dean Edge Pro 5 stirng - Tiger Eye

Adding a standup Double Bass and a 2007 Dean Hardtail 5 string in the next couple of months. Tax write off for 2007 :P

Hartke 3500
QSC 850 (slave amp)
Looking at adding a Genz Benz or Ampeg for 2007,
or a second Hartke for backup

Hartke 4x10
Laney 4X12
Madison 2x15

My main setup is the Hartke 3500 with the 2x15 and 4x10 cabs. More than enough for most stages. For those times I require huge sound, I slave the QSC (2x15 and 4x12) from the Hartke (4x10). But that is overkill for almost everything. For small events or tight quarters, the Hartke with the 4x10 is plenty. I always use a DI to the board.

I also have a Montana (Kaman) Acoustic 6 string that I run through a Peavey Musician when I'm composing/recording. And a couple of yamaha keyboards for recording.



Dean Edge Pro 5

#3743 by Guest
Thu Nov 30, 2006 9:50 pm

What kinda upright you looking at?

#3750 by JWF
Fri Dec 01, 2006 1:33 am
'95 Epiphone LesPaul w/ custom humbuckers: Duncan JB in the Bridge, Duncan Jazz in the neck. Perfect balance of clean rhythm and swelling leads! I like it. :D

#3835 by Scott Irvine
Thu Dec 07, 2006 3:55 pm
Hey all. . . I just playing a '93 fender/squier with the floyd rose II w/EMG's and a GK2A strapped to it. I'll be buying something (hopefully) in the next few months with a 2 humbucker setup, EMG loaded more than likely. Later, -Scott
#3906 by OurSins
Wed Dec 13, 2006 3:22 pm
Powder Blue 62 Telestar,Black Fender syle Gremlin

#3969 by MOSHWITZ
Sat Dec 16, 2006 2:02 pm
Ok ,,i'll bite :D
its a never ending thing,,,,,,it just keeps evolving......i have an addiction,,does it show?? :shock:

and in its current form...

here's a couple with the lights out...


#3970 by Bobaloo in Mountain House
Sat Dec 16, 2006 5:55 pm
:shock: does somebody follow that last post ??!!!

I have a little no name guitar assembled in a little village in Mexico with fishing line for strings !!

Shoot me

#4012 by Bobaloo in Mountain House
Tue Dec 19, 2006 5:57 am
:lol: Man, checked it out, it has to be an obsession, plus you have to be single because there is no way a wife will let you blow that many dollars.

Me, I have a Fender Jazz Special Bass, a Carvin 5 string bass, a Gibson Les Paul, 2 Yamaha Acoustics, and 1 Carvin 12 string Acoustic and that is more than I really need.

It's a pain to try to keep them all tuned, dust free and polished but if I just keep them in their cases, I tend not to play them as often as I do when I can just reach over and start strumming.

Thanks for the link Goph....happy holidays dude.

#4021 by Auburn Diva
Tue Dec 19, 2006 5:27 pm
It's not the money, it's that no woman would allow her home to be used as a skulls & guitar museum! LOL! Having lived with an avid guitarist, I learned to always get an apartment or house with at least one extra bedroom to set aside as the guitar room.

#4034 by Bobaloo in Mountain House
Wed Dec 20, 2006 4:37 pm
8) We need to make sure Diva's post gets entered into
the "So You Wanna Marry a Musician?" handbook....


#4051 by MOSHWITZ
Thu Dec 21, 2006 9:32 pm
Auburn Diva wrote:It's not the money, it's that no woman would allow her home to be used as a skulls & guitar museum.

Mine does... :lol: she's awesome 8)

but i do have a room set aside for my gear, that also contains my recording rig.. till i finish the construction of the studio


#4057 by JFrancom
Fri Dec 22, 2006 5:26 am

I don't know what to say! So many buttons!

How do you afford the power costs?!

#4064 by MOSHWITZ
Fri Dec 22, 2006 9:07 pm
JFrancom wrote:How do you afford the power costs?!


the rest of the house is lit by candleight :lol:


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