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Old 11-30-18, 05:22 PM
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I've got most of my other hobbies down to using small amounts of cash, but rather serious time investments. Bird watching, travel writing, hiking, and painting and sketching all take far more time than money. One of my hobbies typically turns a profit for me, and I usually invest at least a couple of hundred hours each year in it. That's crafting historical reproductions of medieval artifacts, mostly from leather and wood. I also make some modern items inspired by historical or fantasy themes.

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I've got most of my other hobbies down to using small amounts of cash, but rather serious time investments. Bird watching, travel writing, hiking, and painting and sketching all take far more time than money. One of my hobbies typically turns a profit for me, and I usually invest at least a couple of hundred hours each year in it. That's crafting historical reproductions of medieval artifacts, mostly from leather and wood. I also make some modern items inspired by historical or fantasy themes.

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Holy Cow Gregory! Those are awesome!!! Such beautiful, intricate work!
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Thanks! I measured where the neck pick-up was on my Thunderbird and used that as a reference. It ended up being a 1/4 closer to the neck. Sound wise to my ear, it lives between a P-Bass and Thunderbird. It is a bit easier to play than the Thunderbird. It is a Japaneses Fender Jazz bass neck from thw early 1990's a fender Blacktop P-Bass body, Lollar Thunderbird pickups,new 500k CTS pots and .047 Orange drop cap and new Schaller tuners. I dig it.
That's really sweet.

I'm playing around with the idea of getting a T-Bird pickup to throw in my EB-0. I've had bunches of different pickups- right now there's a Duncan Single Coil P in it- I use that in conjunction with the mudbucker- more for a little "plink" in the sound. One of these days I have to wire up a tone pot. So you like the Lollars? Do they sound like real T-Bird pickups?

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Old 11-30-18, 08:03 PM
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Today.....it is an old hobby that is getting in the way. Several years ago I got into building vacuum tube guitar amplifiers....cloning some classic Fender designs. Along the way, I accumulated a boat load of tubes. I'll spare you the tale. I sold a bunch of these a few years ago, but I still have several hundred left. A winter project for me is to find new homes for these tubes and my tube tester. I spent most of yesterday testing the first batch and several hours today listing them on eBay. IT IS FRIGGIN' TEDIOUS. I've had enough of this for today....if the damned drizzle would stop I'd like to get out for a ride!


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That's really sweet.

I'm playing around with the idea of getting a T-Bird pickup to throw in my EB-0. I've had bunches of different pickups- right now there's a Duncan Single Coil P in it- I use that in conjunction with the mudbucker- more for a little "plink" in the sound. One of these days I have to wire up a tone pot. So you like the Lollars? Do they sound like real T-Bird pickups?


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Beautiful, my fellow bassists. Nothing vintage on my end, but both vintage styled. Ill snag some pics for yall here soon
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Child rearing
Yup

Apart from that, I have a bit of a hobby roulette wheel going on. Ive dabbled in painting (oil), photography, brewing beer, and playing guitar. The latter probably being the most serious hobby, as I played in a couple of bands and toured regionally for about 10 years.

Between work and a 2.5 year old, its a very good day if I can do anything hobby related. I work on my bikes when I can, usually at night once the little one is asleep.


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The 'hobby' of trying (fairly successfully) to not spend money on things other than bikes (like cars!) so as to save for the as-currently-mythological house I can't afford in this city or even metro area (in spite of a I-am-thankful-for-it moderate income), or a family (which I'd be more than fine with, alas, no wife and thus no kids yet).

I do like cars a lot, but no garage space puts the clamps on any delusions of wrenching/building grandeur there. I could just spend 2-3x my current ride ($5k buy) and get fast fun, but fun that is faster than an already speedy 6-speed manual, LT1-powered, black Camaro gets to that 2-3x mark very quickly. And since the Camaro is a fun, reliable, loud(!), and cheap beast to run, I really want for nothing. I still look at C5 and C6 Corvettes fondly. Still pretty practical (get a bike in the back), but even faster and with better handling than the Camaro. But what about trucks? Trucks are sweet. Regular cab + long bed + manual transmission only--it looks the best and is still fairly maneuverable in the city. Plus I can haul a ton of stuff. This Mopar guy is a pretty happy Chevy guy (plus a number of fun Japanese cars, maybe an E46 330i ZHP, but only if I had a garage).
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Wow, a lot of diverse hobbies here, but some common threads too.

For me in addition to the bikes, it's motorcycles, cars, film photography, and collecting old film cameras (something around a hundred of them I think at the moment). The motorcycles are mostly Laverdas and I had a 1974 Alfa Romeo Spider for a while but it's now gone and much missed. Just my Audi A4 Avant left now. I still shoot quite a bit of film but mostly I buy and sell cameras. Seems more buy than sell lately, and I have a couple of medium format cameras on the way now. And yeah, the waiting is driving me nuts! Oh, almost forgot. Firearms too. Mostly old C&R stuff but some newer also.

Since my hobbies all need to be self sufficient I'm currently selling a firearm to partially fund the purchase of those two cameras I just bought, and my old Stumpjumper is for sale to supply the rest of the money. Check the C&V sales forum if you want to help fund my GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome). Any help is much appreciated cause if the bike doesn’t sell I'll probably have to sell my SKS and I really don’t think I want to yet. It's all good though, things come, things go.

@Chombi1 Love your model car collection, some nice pieces you have! I'd wondered about the significance of your avatar, now it makes sense.

@top506 Great cameras! I have a Crown Graphic myself, lovely cameras. I really need to get it out and shoot some film, it's been a while since I've used it. And yeah, the Star Wars crowd kinda pisses me off ya know? I'll have to check out the King Sol and Heiland flash guns. I usually just use my Metz 45 CL4 but I'd really like to burn some bulbs with the Crown. Love your Retinas too!

@jetboy Morinis!! God I want a Morini so bad! Unfortunately, to get one I'd have to sell a Laverda for the money and to free up the space and I just don’t think I can, but geez those are lovely bikes!

Looking through this thread I'm thinking it's a good thing that I never learned to play guitar...

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Other than the violin mentioned above i have a motorcycle thing and a car thing. Always italian on that side even though for bicycles i like french and japanese.

I have two moto morini 3 1/2 One sport one strada. And i also have a 69 fiat spider which is an absolute wreck. Very long term project.

add to that kid:



You and your wife are such lucky people to have such a super cute kid like that Jetboy!
Hope she takes on motorcycles just like her dad when she grows up!
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In the way, you said? These. Quite literally.

I put things in boxes. They put themselves in. Their boxes, you know.

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@top506 Great cameras! I have a Crown Graphic myself, lovely cameras. I really need to get it out and shoot some film, it's been a while since I've used it. And yeah, the Star Wars crowd kinds pisses me off ya know? I'll have to check out the King Sol and Heiland flash guns. I usually just use my Metz 45 CL4 but I'd really like to burn some bulbs with the Crown. Love your Retinas too!
For a Crown the far more common (and also Graflex-made) postwar Graflite flashgun would be appropriate. The Graflex/Star Wars version belongs on cameras of the 1938-47 vintage. A Crown should also have a flash syncs shutter so you won't discover the joys of syncing with an external solenoid.

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Fishing, especially for Striped Bass on light tackle.
I'll second that, Dweenk. Fly fishing's my main thing. But I don't really consider it a hobby. More like a life-long passion. The only one that has been a constant
my whole adult life now, fifty plus years. First 40 trout out west, saltwater now mostly. I release them all now, though. Also like to make things with my hands.


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Hobbies? I love to tie flies. And make things with my hands. Such as these leather working awls.






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Watchmaking and bosai.
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I do like cars a lot, but no garage space puts the clamps on any delusions of wrenching/building grandeur there. I could just spend 2-3x my current ride ($5k buy) and get fast fun, but fun that is faster than an already speedy 6-speed manual, LT1-powered, black Camaro gets to that 2-3x mark very quickly. And since the Camaro is a fun, reliable, loud(!), and cheap beast to run, I really want for nothing. I still look at C5 and C6 Corvettes fondly. Still pretty practical (get a bike in the back), but even faster and with better handling than the Camaro. But what about trucks? Trucks are sweet. Regular cab + long bed + manual transmission only--it looks the best and is still fairly maneuverable in the city. Plus I can haul a ton of stuff. This Mopar guy is a pretty happy Chevy guy (plus a number of fun Japanese cars, maybe an E46 330i ZHP, but only if I had a garage).
This car problem in our family is referred to as the A-chromosome (A for auto). The wives have gotten pretty good at rolling their eyes at us brothers.
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Watchmaking and bosai.
This I would like to hear more about, and see some pics.
I learned something today, I think. What is Bosai?
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Hobbies? I love to tie flies. And make things with my hands. Such as these leather working awls.







You make beautiful and deadly seductive flies.

I've used yours on steelhead, muskies and even our version of stripers called white bass.

Any chance that you are guiding nowadays?
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Stereo gear, headphones, home theater, lol.

Just picked up a 300 ohm Sennheiser HD 650 and I'll likely buy a headphone amp for it as well.

I just redid my HT with all 4K stuff on Black Friday sales.

Oh, and I set up music streaming through the house relying on Yamaha music cast gear.
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Watchmaking and bosai.
Been meaning to get back into it. My last plants were destroyed in the hurricane and I was so distraught I gave it up.
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This I would like to hear more about, and see some pics.
I learned something today, I think. What is Bosai?
Pretty sure that's a typo for bonsai.
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This I would like to hear more about, and see some pics.
I learned something today, I think. What is Bosai?
*bonsai
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This car problem in our family is referred to as the A-chromosome (A for auto). The wives have gotten pretty good at rolling their eyes at us brothers.
I thought most guys carry the A-chromosome.
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Beautiful, my fellow bassists. Nothing vintage on my end, but both vintage styled. I’ll snag some pics for ya’ll here soon
Let's see 'em. Nice to see so many bottom feeders on bikes.

fretless here, no speed bumps ☺


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I thought most guys carry the A-chromosome.
As evidenced by your beautiful sports car.
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