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if you want a P bass sound with some J scoop and bite then go for it. not sure what advice you are looking for.
wow that's crazy...i have never come across that.
why would that offend anyone?
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"nothing wrong trying to capitalize just like the band themselves getting back together for money." lol
I thought this was kind of neat.
we use C# standard quite a lot. I wish we went down to C or B instead. C# is just in no man's land. most gauges are either too tight or too loose.
Very true and it would be more difficult to distinguish but I still find the J has more extension in the treble than a Ric.
i could tell and i just listened through my phone with no headphones. the top end of a J is very distinctive to me, the Ric just doesn't jave the...
the fret never changes names, that's our rule. 5th fret E string is always A no matter the tuning.
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i personally love B&W.
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gear and riffs...cliche up the ying yang.