I think that these are Nigel’s recording basses:
Rickenbacker for Dizrhythmia,
custom built Wal for Luton
Wal + some Rickenbacker(?) for Frenzy
Rama (rare model) for True Colours
BC Rich (purple/blue) for Corroboree and Time & Tide (you can see the purple/blue model during the WROK performance)
Steinberger (+ some BC Rich?) for Conflicting Emotions
Spector for See Ya Round, all 4 live albums (except 1st 3 tracks on side 4 of The Living Enz is the natural wooden finish BC Rich), + both Schnell Fenster albums.
Basses for miming only in film clips: Fender Jazz in My Mistake, MusicMan in Give It A Whirl, Fender Precision in One Step Ahead, Gibson G3 in History Never Repeats, I Don’t Wanna Dance, & I Walk Away, tea chest bass in 6 Months In A Leaky Boat, and possibly a Maton(?) for Strait Ol’ Line. Noel made the guitars seen in 3 of the 4 Schnell Fenster clips; the Gibson G3 appears in the 4th (Heroes Let You Down).
Don’t forget to wish Nigel a Happy Birthday on the 18th; the Enz and the Schnells wouldn’t have nearly been as brilliant without him.