Do you name your basses?

Sadly the only names that seem to fit some of mine are ex wives names, and that ain’t going over very well now, so they are out too.

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See they seem to work for you though @PamPurrs, and there was no rose on Rosie to start, so that makes sense. Paulette is actually cool too.

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Jake and Elwood?

The blue brothers.

:speak_no_evil:

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And I love them…why can’t I think of this.
This is good, and a done deal.

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Now you just have to decide which is Jake and which is Elwood.

This also creates a problem: You can never sell one without selling the other.

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Elwood wants toast and Jake a fried chicken. Easy

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Dry white toast, and that’s 4 fried chickens (best damn chicken in the state).

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Ah, Jake is the Jazz, P is the Elwood.
I like this.

Thanks @HowlinDawg

I am naming the olive green music man Olivia.
Ya, still a bit cliche, but I also do love Olivia DeBernardinis’ art, esp of Betty, even got to meet her once.

Thanks, the creative juices are flowing….

So we have…

‘61 P - Jaimie
MM - Olivia
Aerodyne J - Jake
Aerodyne P - Elwood
Gretsch - Betty

Still to do…
Ray4 (black and maroon) with SIMs pickups
Blacked out Squier 70’s CV jazz
Fender HMT hollow body
Fender Vintera Red and Gold
Kala U bass
Traveller P - thinking Midge or Cindy (the littlest Brady)
Squier Fretless

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Lisa (SIMSons)

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Short answer, no.

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I can’t remember people’s names, the last thing I need to do is name my basses :joy:

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I solve this by keeping it to one or two basses :rofl:

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