Jackson CBX V David Ellefson Signature 5-String Electric Bass Satin Black - (bass)

Designed in conjunction with one of the founding fathers of thrash metal—highly acclaimed bassist David Ellefson of Megadeth—the X Series Signature David Ellefson Concert Bass CBX V is a beast of a bass. Bearing his personal touches, packed with enormous Jackson sound and the hyper-fast playability required by the fleet-fingered bassist, this instrument is a force to be reckoned with.

Sire Marcus Miller M2 5-String Bass - (bass)

Another Sire Marcus Miller but this time with 2 Seymour Duncan NYC pickups. I really like the feel of these basses because they have the 'rolled' neck frets that have no sharp edges. This one is a pure maple neck.

Sire Marcus Miller P7 Alder 5-String Bass - (bass)

Marcus Miller and SIRE have been on a mission for several years to build the best quality bass at an unbelievable price, making it available to everyone. The result is a line of Marcus Miller bass models that have a fantastic sound and are high quality but with an extraordinarily low price. Upgraded with Seymour Duncan P & J quarter pounders. Right now this is currently being custom painted by Ronz World.

ESP LTD B-205SM 5-string - (bass)

The ESP LTD B-205SM 5-String Electric Bass... My second favorite bass (would be first if it wasn't so heavy) that has a string-thru design with a 24-fret neck. Also has a pair of my favorite pickups (Seymour Duncan NYC).

ESP LTD B-205SM 5-string Satin Natural - (bass)

The natural satin cousin of my other LTD... The ESP LTD B-205SM 5-String Electric Bass. My second(ish) favorite bass that has a string-thru design with a 24-fret neck.

Ibanez GSR205SM 5-String - (bass)

This is an upgraded Ibanez bass with a pair of EMG-TW two-way switch pickups. I thought I would never use active pickups again, but I just took some advice and went out of my comfort zone this one time.

Squier Affinity Jazz Bass - (bass)

Another upgraded bass with a pair of Seymour Duncan Quarter Pounders and a Hipshot Hi-Mass bridge. As it turns out, the pickups and the bridge ended up costing more than the bass itself.

Shure GLXD16 Wireless System - (wireless)

No batteries... This wireless unit simply charges like a mobile phone. The reciever is actually a pedal that doubles as a tuner. A lot of money but worth it for saving on batteries alone.

Tech 21 Bass Fly Rig v2 - (effect)

The original Fly Rig, introduced in 2014, was a true game-changer for players in all categories, from touring pros to bedroom hobbyists, and expanded into a series. Each Tech 21 Fly Rig is much more than a pedalboard. In a single pedal. And no board.

Zoom B1X FOUR Bass Guitar Multi-Effects Processor - (effect)

For a cheaper line of effects pedals, this one really sounds great. It has over 70 different effects that can be put in a line of five per row. It's really like having a pedalboard of effects without the board or the pedals.

Ampeg BA210V2 2x10 Bass Combo - (combo amp)

Ampeg's BA-210 2x10 450W bass combo delivers classic Ampeg tone and performance-driven features in a powerful 450W design perfect for keeping up with a full band. This little monster literally shakes the stage with lowend...

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