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If it's one of the prestige series, they are well worth that price.
Personally I like what ibanez does, and I love the necks of soundgear series....
man, that's boutique range for used...
I don't think BO is lighter. Nice basses really, wish they had options for neck profiles.
Well, deserve might be a disagreeable choice of word for some.
Anyway, I can only bring myself to buying a new bass under certain conditions
yamahas are great, but honestly I've never seen one go for 300-ish
still they are way below what they should sell for especially used.
lower action/&higher frets
IMO lower radius helps too.
technique wise, tap closer to the end of the fret and for more pressure, apply more...
G&L L2500 IMO
versatile and a killer slapper.
ditch the versatility, stingray is also great.
and while I've never played one all the reviews...
I had bought a thumb sight unseen (hard to find in turkey) and I sold it in less then a month. my problem was the chunky neck.
yamaha AIR, old ibanez ergodynes (luthite stinks though), also old fender p lytes for a more traditional and underrated option.
threads like this are pretty rare.
nice, and subscribed.
this talk ultimately leads to skepticism, one of the most boring and overdone "philosophical" talks. continue at your own peril.
here's one from nearby
the eyup mosque:
sounds and looks great.
isn't there a cheaper alternative to these basses :(