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Thread: Sweetwater Black Friday sale: up to $301 off Chili Red EBMM Basses

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    Sweetwater Black Friday sale: up to $301 off Chili Red EBMM Basses

    Last edited by kn38ms; 11-21-2017 at 12:57 PM.
    "You can't multiply wealth by dividing it."

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    I bought one of the Bongo 6 strings.

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    Noooooo!!!!! I got no bass money left this year. Ah well can’t have em all. But dammit I’m trying.

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    Hah! You are trying.

    My count went up by one today but it was really a bass I'd loaned out a few years ago to a friend in SoCal. My beloved and underappreciated SUB came home yesterday and is now sporting Cobalt flats!

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    Yes I must behave.....That got out of hand quickly. Ok. If I can resist the Sweetwater Red Devil SR5 it will go along way to restoring my sanity. God help me.

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    I have been trying to reduce my bass collection and had made up my mind to not buy any additional basses. Then I traded Scott and received that lovely SR5 and that got me looking at Bongo 6's since I usually play 6 string.....found a used one on Reverb but it sold quickly and then I played a shopworn new one locally and the idea of the Bongo 6 sort of went on the back burner. Then I saw the Sweetwater deal and they had one that weighed 9 pounds, 13 ounces. 10 ponds is my limit so the Chili Red Bongo 6 is on the way to me.

    I now own 6 six string basses, all 35" scale except for the Bongo. I think I do need to visit my daughter who is a psychologist. Or win the lottery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck M View Post
    I think I do need to visit my daughter who is a psychologist. Or win the lottery.
    Ideally both. :-)
    SR 5 H trans teal fretless, 1993 - my first
    SR 5 H trans red fretted*, 1990 (orig. lined fl)
    SR 5 HH Dargie I fretted, 2007
    SR 5 Hp black fretless, 2007, white pg
    SR 4 HH BFR Redwood top, 2008, mahogany neck
    25th Anniversary 5 HSS fretted, 2009
    Reflex 5 Lamborghini orange burst
    Bongo 5 HHp Sapphire fretted, 2004
    Bongo 5 HSp Cardinal red sparkle fretless, 2014
    Bongo 6 HS Starry Night fretless ebony, 2017, w/roasted neck
    EB Earthwood acoustic bass, 70s
    EB Earthwood acoustic guitar, 1972

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    They still have a 4H SLO Rosewood
    Radiance Red StingRay 5H DOB: 02.21.08
    Hot Rod Red StingRay Slo 4H DOB: 10.22.09
    MB LMII, LMIII
    GK NEO 112, NEO 412

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    It's too bad for me. I missed the great chance for buying with lower price

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