|mustBmtd ||08-29-2013 11:34 AM |
'Name Your Best 4 String' Yet You Play 5' & 6'
Yet I'm now playing 5' and 6' string in church. I have yet to give up my Ken Smith KSD Jazz 4 string, Still showing it some attention and getting much play time. Help start a list of your best 4 string, that you just can't give up. Keeping 4's alive.......:cool:
|bass12 ||08-29-2013 11:36 AM |
My Sadowsky Standard 4 and my Fender '62 re-issue jazz. I hardly play either one of them but can't bring myself to sell them.
|Mojo-Man ||08-29-2013 11:43 AM |
Fender 63 Reissue P-Bass. ( TI-Flats )
Fender CS 1961-Jazz. (DR-Sunbeams )
I will go to either Fender when I want a 4-string.
|Dave Siff ||08-29-2013 12:50 PM |
Reverend Rumblefish #47. I sold it once, was fortunate to be able to buy it back, and will never let it go again. I don't play 4-string much anymore but this bass is magical.
|malthumb ||08-29-2013 01:15 PM |
Hands down,my best 4-string is the Alembic Series I on the left. But the three lying on the floor are no slouches either.
Typically, I take two basses to practice and to gigs. A four and a five. If I decide to only take one bass, it's one of the two 5-strings. Just more flexibility.
This is the first time in almost 10 years that my 4-string basses outnumber my 5-string basses. The last few years it has been 3 & 3.
|cableguy ||08-29-2013 01:17 PM |
81 G&L L1000 & 88 Spector NS2A. I have a fiver but just use it when the song calls for notes below D.
|Tomkat8 ||08-29-2013 01:36 PM |
I have played 6 for 5 years, hardly ever picking up a 4, but i acquired a peavey sarzo signature (1990) and loaded it up with a nordy mm,a Seymour mm and glockenklang 3 band, and I just can't put it down, the neck is so silky smooth feeling and the body curves are so comfortable.
|Baird6869 ||08-29-2013 01:38 PM |
My 1974 P AND my 1972 Jazz.
Love them both even though I almost always play 5ers.
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