Basses
Modulus Quantum
Modulus DJ (not a typo)
G Gould GGJ4
Zon Legacy Elite
Guild Pilot
Azola MiniBass

Bass Amplification
Epifani UL 902C
Epifani Piccolo 999
Epifani UL DIST 210
Epifani UL2 410
Ampeg SVT-8 PRO (USA)
Ampeg SVT-6 PRO (USA)
Ampeg SVT-3 PRO (USA)
Ampeg SVP-BSP (USA)
Ampeg BXT-410HL4 (USA)
SWR 550x
Hartke HyDrive 112C
Hartke 410TP
Trace Elliot 715x
Trace Elliot 1028H
PJB Briefcase Signature

Electric Guitars
PRS McCarty BRW/IRW

Guitar Amplification
Mesa Boogie Lone Star Custom

Acoustic Guitars
PRS Angelus
McPherson MG-4.5XP

Straps
Moody Leather

Picks
Jim Dunlop Jazz III

Keyboards
Roland Fantom X8
Roland V-Synth GT

Drums
Roland TD-15

Always looking for Modulus basses

I’m always on the look out for fretted and fretless four string and six string Modulus Quantum basses that were manufactured as early as 2000 (to current year). You can identify the year of a Modulus instrument by the first two digits in the serial number on the back of the headstock. If the number starts with 01 it is a 2001. Starting with 12 would be a 2012. 99 would be a 1999… you get the idea. So, if you happen to see a (used in great condition) bass for sale that reads MODULUS on the front bottom of the neck… (and you are in the U.S.) get in touch with me right away!

Strings
Thomastik-Infeld (S36S,S37S,S38S,S39S) S43 Spirocore
(for 41.5″ scale basses).
GHS (121,95,75,55,40,25) L3045X (40-95) + 121/25 singles
(for 35″ scale basses).
GHS (120,95,75,55,40,25) L3045 (40-95) + 120/25 singles
(for 34″ scale basses).
GHS (12,16,24,32,42,54) LJ30L
(for acoustic guitars).
GHS (9.5,11.5,16,24,32,44) GB9.5
(for electric guitars).