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    The SR5 is my favorite EBMM so I really should have one of these....oh and I love trans white and maple. But I saw the 30 Annv after I placed and order for three new EBMM basses. Hopefully they will still be available once I have my new trio safely home.
    It seemed like a dream, they got me hypnotized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armybass View Post
    The SR5 is my favorite EBMM so I really should have one of these....oh and I love trans white and maple. But I saw the 30 Annv after I placed and order for three new EBMM basses. Hopefully they will still be available once I have my new trio safely home.
    ho ho, I have not seen someone with the ebmm sickness this bad in a while. You sir, are out of control. In a good way, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tollie View Post
    ho ho, I have not seen someone with the ebmm sickness this bad in a while. You sir, are out of control. In a good way, though.

    I have had it before... but never this bad. This time it is fueled by a friendship with and a real job that allows me to order the EBMM basses I have always wanted. I used to work for a shop and I would take home a portion of my pay in basses, mostly EBMM but now I have a cool wife that allows me to purchase gear and I hand her all my gig money every week. It is a neat little deal we have worked out.


    But the real struggle is between getting an SR5 30th or an Old Smoothie in Butterscotch. Being as I am working on an all Natural theme.... I know which way I am headed.
    It seemed like a dream, they got me hypnotized.

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