Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by AudioDwebe, Dec 4, 2012.
What the heck does this mean?
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Sounds messy to me,
very easy to play
Usually means the bass feel comfortable to play based on the neck thickness, string height and balance of the instrument. "Butter" is a highly subjective term - it will not "play like butter" for everyone.
It means the bass is unplayable for me. If it doesn't fight back a little bit, I want no part of it.
its better than "its got MOJO"
You'll know when it happens, son. Just don't play with it too much.
Smooth neck I suppose
Ahhh...That's what she said?
Did I accidentally post "insert tab A into slot B?"
I hate low action. Benefits? I can play my basses and not a single bass player has ever asked to borrow one of my axes.
Is that really the only benefit?
I like MOJO. Its like artificial butter. Haha.
I thought I was the only one!
Life is too short for me to be "fighting" my basses. That's what Ric's are for
Greasy, no discernible sound, melts under stage lights. I don't know why people think this is a positive thing.
Hint: It's sexual.
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