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Thread: EBMM Family Picture Day

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    EBMM Family Picture Day

    Well se still have a few family members that have not arrived yet (three 5 strings on order) but I could wait no longer to take a family picture.
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    So sorry for the crappy quality..... looking at Jack's pictures can make you kinda self conscious about your iPhone photo skills.

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    Nice family!

    I think the photo quality is good. Nothing wrong there.

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    Thumbs up

    Wow. Missing the black '91.
    1979 StingRay natural maple

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    No I sold the 91. I really prefer the newer Basses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armybass View Post
    So sorry for the crappy quality..... looking at Jack's pictures can make you kinda self conscious about your iPhone photo skills.
    Everything looks good to me! And that's a nice little starter kit you have going there.

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    Hey Scott. Nice collection
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    Thanks guys. Itís nice to have a nice gaggle if EBMM lovelies isnít it? Have some tuned to E and others tuned to Eb for different gigs and some with rounds and others with flats. Whatís great about having all of them being EBMM is that I am working with the same tonal foundation. So looking forward to the rest of my crew being delivered but itís nice to have something to look forward to. My next bass due in is a Sterling 5 H Natural Maple. I have always wanted a Sterling 5 and am stoked that mine will be here soon.

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    It seems that two of those have passed through my collection. The only reason you got them is because I prefer rosewood fingerboards.

    Jack is correct. You do have a nice "starter" collection. You absolutely must have a Bongo to round things out.

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    Yes and the Sabre is probably the prize of my collection Chuck. I LOVE that bass. I love the look of the Bongo... but as you can see... I have a thing for Natural Ash. I have never been a big fan of painted basses. I think for me, a Bongo would need to be 5H in some sort of green for my tastes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armybass View Post
    Yes and the Sabre is probably the prize of my collection Chuck. I LOVE that bass. I love the look of the Bongo... but as you can see... I have a thing for Natural Ash. I have never been a big fan of painted basses. I think for me, a Bongo would need to be 5H in some sort of green for my tastes.
    I can confirm that green Bongo 5Hs are things of beauty.

    I may say that getting the Dargie Bongo 5H ranks amongst the best decisions I've made in life, top 20 for sure.

    Not as good as "quitting smoking," or 'joining eHarmony," but definitely as good as "selling the Camaro" and "working at the ski resort..."

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    This thread has all kinds of happy feelz for me!

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    Lovely collection man!
    Stingray 4H PDN Matching Headstock Starry Night
    Stingray 4H Stealth Neck-Thru
    Stingray 4H Stealth
    Stingray 4H Tangerine Pearl
    Stingray 4H Honeyburst/Maple
    Stingray 4H Limited Edition BFR Redwood
    Stingray 4H Sunburst/Rosewood
    Stingray 4H Black/Maple
    St. Vincent Stealth Edition
    Armada Trans-Black
    Valentine Signature Buttermilk


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