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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

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

Cabs:
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.



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Dean Edge Pro 5
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#3743 by Guest
Thu Nov 30, 2006 9:50 pm
ForrestBass,

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:
:lol:
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and in its current form...
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here's a couple with the lights out...
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MOSH ON
DAVE

#3970 by Bobaloo in Mountain House
Sat Dec 16, 2006 5:55 pm
:shock:

Geez....how 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....

:wink:

#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
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MOSH ON
DAVE

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




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?!


Sup?

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

MOSH ON
DAVE

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