Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Inventory Update: Second Quarter of 2012


I am sure that this is no surprise, but my collection is quite a bit different than it was on New Year’s Day. Here is what is around today:

1. 1977 Aria Pro II Precise Bass. This Precision Bass copy is in the shop for some fret work.

2. 1980 Aria Pro II SB-1000. The Jack Bruce/John Taylor model.

3. 1982 Fender JV Precision Bass. This early Japanese Fender bass outshines its contemporary US-made brothers.

4. 1983 ESP P-J Bass. Serial number 0008, formerly owned by Masayoshi Yamashita of the Japanese metal band Loudness.

5. 1983 Tokai Love Rock LS-50. Decent pickups and wiring really woke this guitar up.

6. 1986 ESP PPJ-160. Also formerly owned by Masayoshi Yamashita of the Japanese metal band loudness.

7.1980s ESP 400 Series Jazz Bass with EMG pickups. This one is one the chopping block. Drop me a line if you are interested. It is a peach!

8. 1980s ESP Custom P-J bass. Formerly owned by Tom Hamilton of Aerosmith.

9. 1980s ESP J-Four. May be on its way out, but it is a beautiful bass.

10. 1992 Fender Precision Plus. This boner bass is for sale; let me know if you are interested.

11.Kala solid mahogany soprano ukulele. A great travelling companion and a fond souvenir of Hawaii.

12. Kala solid mahogany tenor ukulele. Ditto.

13. Simon & Patrick Songsmith dreadnought. A consistently popular post for this blog.

14. Simon & Patrick Woodland 12-string acoustic. Also up for sale…

15. Orpheus Valley Guitars Rosa Morena. A sweet Bulgarian Spanish guitar.

16. Ernie Ball MusicMan Stingray Classic. Really the only bass I need.

17. Genz Benz Shuttle 6.0 with two 12-inch Shuttle cabinets. This one is still hanging in there!

18. Ampeg SVT-CL and SVT-810. Thunder of the gods.

19. Cave Passive Pedals. These are the still the only products on my pedalboard besides my trusty Boss tuner.

20. Fender Blues Junior III amplifier. The best small tube combo for the money.

Thankfully I only do this once a quarter…


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