|agent77 ||02-17-2014 10:11 PM |
What is it about my Mustang?
It's probably just bad technique on my part, but some days my basses just don't play/feel/sound right, and I feel like selling everything...........at least until I pick up my Mustang. It's like my Mustang is the only bass where I never have a bad day of playing. Today I was playing my black Fernandes and plucking the E string too hard and getting that horrible fret clank. Same with my Squier P. Then my green Fernandes just didn't sound right, and I kept fiddling with the knobs. Then I picked up the Mustang, even though it has the lowest action of any of my basses, every note was clear and well defined. It gave me that punch and mid-range growl I was looking for. But for some reason I keep trying to find a better bass, although it probably doesn't exist. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
|MakoMan ||02-18-2014 06:15 PM |
It's all confidence agent!
I have a set of golf irons like that. They are over 40 years old, thin as butter knives and infinitely less forgiving that any of my newer sets. But when I play them I have total confidence and shoot better than with any other set.
|3234718 ||02-18-2014 06:47 PM |
I regret selling my mij 'stang the most out of all the basses I've sold. Between the impeccable Japanese craftmanship, short scale and 7 and some odd inches radius, it almost played itself.
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