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  1. Okay, after pouring through videos of shows from the tour, I feel pretty confident in most of these (unless he's switching on the same song from night to night, but I haven't noticed that in non-rotation setlist tracks so far). I took the bass descriptions from the tourbook. If anyone has corrections or new information, please let me know, and I'll update this post. Set 1: The Anarchist - 1972 Fender Jazz Bass (Black) Clockwork Angels - 1972 Fender Jazz Bass (Black) Headlong Flight (with Drumbastica mini drum solo) - 1962 Fender Jazz Bass (Sea Foam Green) Far Cry - 1962 Fender Jazz Bass (Sea Foam Green) The Main Monkey Business - 1965 Fender Jazz Bass (White) One Little Victory - 1967 Gibson Thunderbird II (Polaris White) How It Is - 1967 Gibson Thunderbird II (Polaris White) Animate - 1964 Gibson Thunderbird IV (Sunburst) Roll The Bones (with celebrity rappers video) - 1959 Fender Precision Bass (Olympic White) Distant Early Warning - 1992 Zematis Bass (Black with engraved metal front) Between The Wheels - 1959 Fender Precision Bass (Olympic White) with matching headstock Subdivisions - 1964 Fender Jazz Bass (Sonic Blue with matching headstock) Set 2: Tom Sawyer - 1972 Fender Jazz Bass (Black) Red Barchetta - 1977 Rickenbacker Model 4001 (JetGlo) YYZ - 1972 Fender Jazz Bass (Black) The Camera Eye - 1968 Rickenbacker Model 4001 (BurgundyGlo) The Spirit of Radio - 1966 Fender Jazz Bass (Fiesta Red with matching headstock) Natural Science - 1977 Rickenbacker Model 4001 (JetGlo) Jacob's Ladder - 1965 Fender Precision Bass (Burgundy Mist) Hemispheres: Prelude - 1960 Fender Jazz Bass (Fiesta Red) Cygnus X-1 - 1960 Fender Jazz Bass (Fiesta Red) Closer To The Heart - 1967 Rickenbacker Model 3261 (FireGlo) Xanadu - 1978 Rickenbacker Model 4080/12 (FireGlo) 2112 Overture/The Temples of Syrinx/Presentation/Grand Finale - 1963 Fender Jazz Bass (Black with matching headstock) Encore: Lakeside Park - 1968 Fender Telecaster Bass (Paisley) Anthem - 1968 Fender Telecaster Bass (Paisley) What You're Doing - 1961 Hofner Solid Body 2 Pickup (Cherry Red) Working Man (Garden Road riff at the end) - 1966 Fender Jazz Bass (Shoreline Gold with matching headstock)
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