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Ankhanu
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Ankhanu
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Joined: 4:06 PM - Aug 12, 2006

8:51 PM - May 30, 2012 #1

I figured I'd make a record of the instruments I own, including their specs, for my own records and information/reference. I sometimes forget some of the specifications of them, so want something for easy reference, all in one place... and this should do it :P
In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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Ankhanu
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Ankhanu
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Joined: 4:06 PM - Aug 12, 2006

8:56 PM - May 30, 2012 #2

Godin Exit-22 - Canada, early 2000s
http://www.godinguitars.com/godinexit22p.htm
This was my first 6-string guitar. IIRC, it was $500, back in 2003ish.

Specs
Body: Mahogany (solid, 2-piece)
Neck: Maple, bolt-on
Fretboard: Rosewood
Radius: 12"
Scale: 24 3/4"
Frets: 22, Medium-Jumbo
Pickups: Godin-design, SSH
Switching: 5-way blade
Controls: Master Volume/Tone
Bridge: Fixed, Six-saddle, String-through
Tuners:
Finish: Clear poly

In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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9:11 PM - May 30, 2012 #3

Fender Aerodyne Telecaster - MIJ, 2005

Specs
Body: Basswood
Neck: Maple (Walnut stripe), bolt-on, Traditional C-profile
Fretboard: Rosewood
Radius: 7 1/4"
Scale: 25.5"
Frets: 22, Medium-Jumbo
Pickups: Vintage soap bar, Vintage tele bridge
Switching: 3-way toggle
Controls: Master Volume/Tone
Bridge: Fixed, Six-saddle Tele, String-through
Tuners: Vintage style slotted
Finish: Gloss black poly
Misc: Carved radius top, cream body binding, matching headstock

In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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9:16 PM - May 30, 2012 #4

Fender Aerodyne Jazz Bass - MIJ

Specs
Body: Basswood
Neck: Maple (Walnut stripe),"C"-shape, bolt-on
Fretboard: Rosewood
Radius: 7 1/4"
Scale: 34"
Frets: 20, Medium-Jumbo
Nut Width: 1.5"
Pickups: Jazz bridge, split Precision neck
Controls: Volume for each pickup, Master Tone
Bridge: Fixed, Four-saddle
Tuners: Vintage style slotted
Finish: Gloss black poly
Misc: Carved radius top, cream body binding, matching headstock

In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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9:25 PM - May 30, 2012 #5

Fender '66 Classic Jaguar - MIJ, 2009

Specs
Body: Alder
Neck: Maple (Walnut stripe), "C"-shape, bolt-on
Fretboard: Rosewood
Radius: 7 1/4"
Scale: 24"
Frets: 22, Vintage
Nut Width: 1.650"
Pickups: 2 special design Hot Jaguar single-coil (Neck & Bridge)
Controls: Lead: Master Volume/Tone, on/off switch for each pickup, high-pass filter, Rhythm: Volume/Tone wheels, on/off switch
Bridge: Fender Floating Tremolo
Tuners: Vintage style slotted
Finish: 3TS poly
Misc: Blocks & Binding; Mustang bridge, Bridge cover, Bronco style Vol/Tone knobs.

In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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9:33 PM - May 30, 2012 #6

G&L Tribute Legacy HD Premium - MIK, 2005

Specs
Body: Swamp Ash - 2 piece
Neck: Maple (Walnut stripe), "C"-shape, bolt-on
Fretboard: Rosewood
Radius: 12"
Scale: 25.5"
Frets: 22, Medium-Jumbo
Nut Width: 1 5/8"
Pickups: Neck&Middle - G&L Vintage Style Alnico V (6.4K - 7.0K), Bridge - G&L AW4370B Alnico humbucker (13.4k)
Controls: Volume, PTB Tone control (Bass cut, Treble cut) , Humbucker coil split, 5-way pickup selector
Bridge: G&L Legacy Dual Fulcrum vibrato (2-spring)
Tuners: 18:1 sealed back
Finish: Trans-red poly
Misc:

In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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9:44 PM - May 30, 2012 #7

Schecter Ultra VI - Diamond Series, MIK, 2011

Specs
Body: Mahogany
Neck: Mahogany, Set
Fretboard: Rosewood
Radius:
Scale: 30"
Frets: 22, Medium-Jumbo
Nut Width:
Pickups: Duncan-Design FG-101 x3
Controls: Master Volume/Tone (500k), on/off/coil split switch for each pickup
Bridge: Tone Pros adjust-o-matic style bridge & stop tail, brass saddles
Tuners: 18:1 Grover
Finish: Silverburst poly
Misc:

(on right)
In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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12:04 AM - May 31, 2012 #8

Schecter Hellcat VI - Diamond Series, MIK, 2009

*** SOLD ***

Specs
Body: Alder
Neck: Maple, bolt-on
Fretboard: Rosewood
Radius:
Scale: 30"
Frets: 22, Medium-Jumbo
Nut Width:
Pickups: Duncan-Design MG-103 x3
Controls: Master Volume/Tone (500k), coil split push/pull tone, 5-way switch
Bridge: Tone Pros adjust-o-matic style bridge & stop tail, brass saddles
Tuners: 18:1 Grover
Finish: 3TS poly
Misc:

In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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12:11 AM - May 31, 2012 #9

Yamaha BBN5 - MIJ, pre-1998

Specs
Body: Alder
Neck: Maple, bolt-on
Fretboard: Rosewood
Radius:
Scale: 34"
Frets: 24, Medium-Jumbo
Nut Width:
Pickups: Jazz Style single coil x2
Controls: Volume for each pickup, Master Tone
Bridge: 5-saddle
Tuners:
Finish: Black poly
Misc:


(on bottom)
In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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12:25 AM - May 31, 2012 #10

Fretless Frankenbass
This was cobbled together from my first bass, a Profile Precision Bass copy (w/ maple neck), with a fretless Yamaha neck from a friend (had to be shaved to fit in the neck pocket), a cheap pickup from eBay to replace the ailing original, and new pots. Sounds good and plays surprisingly well.

Specs
Body: Unknown (Profile Precision copy)
Neck: Maple, bolt-on (Yamaha RBX # fretless)
Fretboard: Rosewood
Radius:
Scale: 34"
Frets: 24 equivalent; none
Nut Width:
Pickups: Split Precision ($5 on eBay)
Controls: Volume & Tone (250k)
Bridge: 4-saddle
Tuners:
Finish: Black poly
Misc:


(on top)
In Real Life ?, people who aim to maximize their potential for lethality are called "dangerous psychotics" and are typically avoided by everyone who isn't forced to endure their company until someone has the opportunity to put them away or else put them down. No one likes that guy. Don't play that guy.

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