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I honestly prefer my subray 4 now because of the weight.
I like my SX basses.
Most governments are artificially filling people’s pockets while production stalls.
Thats a recipe for inflation.
So, a jazz bass?
Never seen this topic before
No such thing as upgrading pickups. You’re changing pickups.
That sounds like an abnormal deal tho. I think my first bass was a Ibanez GSR 200 in 1997 and it cost like $160-180. Which is about what it still...
ANY bass with the pickup in p position will work? If the pre-amp or pickup is not getting you there, you just replace them.
Probably unpopular opinion, but Jaco and Geddy Lee
Almost all of the basses made in Indonesia are sub contracted to Samick and Cort, so them.
This is why i never get good deals. I would have just told him it needs a battery.
I’d go 5 string stingray.
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I guess I would say:
-That tone control does make an enormous difference
-Maybe it can't produce a huge variety of sounds, but all of the sounds...
It's a discontinued version called the SB4. It doesn't have the chrome plate because it's modeled after the EBMM Sterling (instead of the Stingray)