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I'm not sure if you would classify this as rock, but I really really enjoy the songs and production values of Dishwalla's Opaline.
For me, I'm more of a casual kinda guy and my Precision has lasted me for over 2 years without any change or addition.
I played this gig a few weeks back, doing the song "Collide" by Howie Day. I've played about 3 years. What do you guys think of this?...
Without a doubt, P. I did feel I could get good growl on my P with some really new stainless-steel strings and with mids jacked up. I feel that...
That is VERY nice. Love the finish!
I watched his other videos and yeah, my opinion still sticks. He sucks and he isn't singing at all. I rate Pete Wentz higher as he actually plays...
This guy sucks real bad. Both playing-wise and vocal-wise.
Love Guy too! His lines rock! Especially Speed of Sound, Yellow, In My Place, Clocks. These songs have great basslines from the man! I agree with...
I like the stock fender strings that came on my CIJ '57 P. What strings would they likely be? It has a bright, yet possesses strong lows kinda tone.
Sweet Mother of Jesus, that's the best deal I've ever heard of. Period! Very nice bass, take good care of her!
That, my friend, is an awesome and beautiful bass, FenderHotRod!
I thought Wentz's P bass sounds pretty good on the albums. Live, well I can't really hear his bass due to his "strumming" !
I am friends with my bandmates. Usually just friends but not that close. Close friends in a band make constructive criticism a real pain in the ass.
I'd prefer JPJ solely for his better groove and doing what a bassist should do; keeping the band together.