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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by KAOSBass, Apr 10, 2006.
What do you think is the classiest basses?, As far as looks go.
white jazz basses
natural basses with tort pickguards
sunburst w/ tort guard
vintage white w/ tort guard
tobacco sb w/ quilted maple..mmmm
Any "Tuxedo" Bass.
Specifically, a bass with the same color combo and neck of a Geddy Lee. black body + white pickguard + black blocked and bound maple neck = Class. Basically, as long as the bass is some form of black and white, it's super classy.
From a looks standpoint I like MTD and Nordstrand.
Well, dreaming is free, so attach this neck...
...to this body...
...and there you go. Instant class!
MTD, Dingwall & Sugi to name a couple.
Carl Thompson, Benavente.
Anything by The Bass Company...
I am forced to agree.
Again, I must agree.
Fretlesses look classier than fretted.
Something without too much grain.
I am compelled to agree.
Your rig is a thing of beauty, Munjibunga.
TalkBass ... the only place a man can say that to another man and not get punched in the face.
Agreed! With that being said, add into the equation anything Ritter.
Am I the only person who thinks most boutique basses AREN'T classy? Not to rag on those who play them, but they seem more like a symbol of status, more than anything. At least in my twisted mind.
Give me a simple P-bass; nothing classier.
I;m a simple man, a classic Fender Jazz, really in any colour wether it be black, red, blue, green. I think they are really classy. But the classiest is the Olympic white or 3-tone sunburst with tort guard.