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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Lucho.Metal, Apr 16, 2010.
What do you recommend for playing metal?
Before this thread gets closed ONE word: Anyone.
Here we go again.....
A fretless hofner should work just fine.
A bass is a bass is a bass is a bass. Br00t4L music comes from inside, not from your bass.
already knew that I would be disagreeing, but it was to know
Haha, lol, I started out with an Ibanez BTB Series when I played metal, they have that big tone to cut through and now they look a bit more metal too, what with the huge horns and all. And what I like tonewise for metal are either those or Musicmans, G&L's. etc
Listen to what he's got to say around 3:40
I recommend playing a bass. Preferably one that you like.
What he said.
poor guy..his first post on talk bass...no help from anyone
You'll definately want a 5-stringer in you price range.
agreed. I had an ibaneze BTB when I was in a hard rock band. It was a solid bass and they look badass
It should be black and pointy...
A Fender Precision. For two reasons:
Geezer Butler (back in the day).
One of those Daisy Rock flower basses
electric upright, seriously, in black!
BC Rich...ESP/LTD...Deans scream metal...Schecter...Gibson/Epiphone T-bird or Explorer.
...or a J...or a P...or just about anything else...
omfg man that was sick