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"Favourite Bass Heads"

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Basssamo, Dec 20, 2012.

  1. Basssamo

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    This forum is just to find what style of Bass head some people like...
  2. LarryO

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  3. Basssamo

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    Hahahahaha

    I was just about do post the same thing
    Good On Ya :)
  4. Wallace320

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    I like Behringer and Ashdown way less, but just down MHO,
    'cause I used'em widely, and sometimes still do, with no problem at all

    I tried many, many others out in the past (peavey, hartke, hughes & kettner) only too short to expose a qualified opinion.

    Anyway
    Talkin' about preferences, Trace Elliot and Gallien Kruger, even
    if the latter are quite easy to find out while the former are rad.

    Cheers,
    Wallace
  5. Kaappari

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    Isn't this supposed to be in the "amps" forum?
  6. Basstardus

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    i think he means what style of headstock do you people like.
    I really like Music Man 4 sting headstocks
  7. Wallace320

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    I know it can sound a bit odd, havin' no Spector in my collection, but it's not a matter of basses I like and dig in, it's just headstock, right?

    So I say Spector 4er (5er no way really), and I like'em so much that I own an Eko Florence acoustic electric bass, mainly because of this...
    View attachment 306508
    Now... check this out...
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    Cheers,
    Wallace
  8. hgiles

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    I dont find one too awfully different than another.
  9. Basssamo

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    Thanks Basstardus...

    Sorry everybody. I did mean bass Headstock but it can be both.
    Sorry again,
    Samo
  10. audiomitch

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    The new SX Ursa headstock. Much better than the old clown headstock.
  11. Bassist4Eris

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    I prefer 2+2 rather than a 4-in-a-line tuner configuration. Not so much that it's a make or break thing.

    I also don't really care for 5-strings that have four tuning machines on one side and the fifth on the other. Again, not a make or break thing.
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