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I've got 9 basses, mostly 4 string freed (in different configurations) and 3 five string for when lower tunings are involved
I would love to join, I have a 1200 watt, a trace Elliot AH600SMX GP12
ESP/LTD is a great choice in my opinion, I love my f series, it has a relatively thin neck and if you get a older model has emgs in it.
Anybody? I really need help with this
sign me up for a 1985 roadstar 650
My only problem with this is that he has a t-bird with that terrible $2 bridge. no offense the three point bridges suck for us who do set ups
I was wanting to know if the pickups in this series are active or passive. A model like this one, [media]
The only spector used on STTG was one of the guitarist, that album was recorded with a late 80s jackson (I believe, not 100% on the brand) pj bass
I don't like the thick fender type neck is the rich any slimmer?
The squire comes with a hard shell case and the ric doesn't.
Squier is $75
I go for hartke because of the brighter tone but Ampeg Classics are my second
Personally I love the CV 50 because I can a great tone and it fits my hand better, who needs the extra bells and whistles the only thing I would...
Im looking at the Seymour Duncan p-bass pickups and im wondering what the difference between spb-3 and scpb-3 are? And in its description it says...