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Um… this sounds exactly like sex to me. Lol
Why is blue better than red?
You actually bought a bass not a bass.
Your basses were the inspiration for me to sandblast my ‘78 P. It is virtually identical to your P.
Only if it is daytime outside on a beach or other body of water and you play light, danceable music. Same goes for sandals. Never indoors at night...
When I was younger I learned songs note for note. (Even if there were mistakes). Now I improvise a lot more. But learning songs note for note all...
I have ruined many basses tinkering with them a la Eddie Van Halen but because of that I know had to do a lot of mods myself and save hundreds on...
In the 80's I had a bass with a Kahler tremolo installed. Used to break them often. It was a real show-stopper!
Most are in a case, however, one is on a stand in case inspiration strikes.
Every day. Isn't that the point?
When I was a kid I actually installed a rack mount compressor into the back/inside of my 300 watt Randall head.
I removed heat fins to make it fit...
I boost mids as opposed to cutting them. I play rock so say what you will, but it's taken me years to realize that the bass tone I want to hear...
I literally NEVER brought a back up bass for 30 years. I did, however, always have an extra set of strings (usually the last set I had on the bass...
I have a general rule of thumb:
Dark pick guard = Rosewood fretboard
Light pick guard = Maple fretboard
There are exceptions, of course.