|Pills Are Yummy ||02-20-2013 11:52 PM |
Ok, I might actually pull the trigger on this one
|Lackey ||02-20-2013 11:55 PM |
I really doubt EMGs will make it sound any better. Sweet bass, I think Squarepusher used a fretless version for his first two albums.
|Duckwater ||02-20-2013 11:57 PM |
I don't like EMGs, but do what you want. Looks pretty nice.
|JimmyM ||02-21-2013 12:00 AM |
Roadster was one of Ibanez' better basses. Don't know if I'd pay that for it, but I don't know what the going rate is. If you get it, I'd play it for a while before you go ripping out electronics. Apparently that bass is stock, since I saw several pics of Roadsters with that electronics package and weird non-matching knobs. And no sense ripping out perfectly good electronics.
|Lackey ||02-21-2013 12:13 AM |
If anything, cream DiMarzio Model Js; fat sound and keep the stock look.
|IronLung1986 ||02-21-2013 12:26 AM |
that's a cool bass i'd leave it stock. a lot of guys used them in the 80's and they sounded great.
|Jazz Ad ||02-21-2013 12:46 AM |
These basses are perfect the way they are. Changing electronics is pointless.
|bassteban ||02-21-2013 01:19 AM |
What Jazz said. I have a somewhat similar RT-824 and aside from some scratchiness in the pots, it sounds superb.
|Bitterdale ||02-21-2013 04:54 AM |
I own the same bass (same year as well) and I wouldn't dream of changing a thing on it. Be advised, however, they are generally heavy basses. Mine weighs over 11 lbs. I'm not bothered by it, but I understand it's an important factor to some.
|pbass888 ||02-21-2013 05:33 AM |
Yes I saw that bass on ebay earlier, listed lower. Its a good bass with stock pickups.
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