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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by jufros, Mar 24, 2009.
Any opinions on this?
Quality can vary in both. Id say it would be down to the specific instrument.
Any info on Korean jazz basses specifically?
My main bass is a Fernandes jazz, MIK. I love it--it's got a very old-school tone to it, and is nigh unbreakable, which I appreciate. Also a great platform for modification. It's from 1998, though--I don't know if the current ones differ in quality.
How do MIK Fernandes necks compare to MIM Jazz necks? Anyone know anything about the rjb MIK series? I think it's the lower end Fernandes Jazz series... Someone help me out here I can't find anything on import fernandes basses anywhere.
I also found this one which I believe is also MIK. Here are some pictures. Anyone know anything about it? My hunger for a cheap but legitimate jazz is insatiable.
If your going to get a fernandes, take it from someone who owned(owns) alot of them. Buy a made in japan over the korea ones. It really is night and day
I thought that was the bass, with only 8 frets. ODd photo placement in that post.
Fernandes (japan, usa, korea production)
Fernandez (bad argentine copies)
here`s mine. 1982/3
Fernandes The Revival RJB-55 `64 Model
more detail in my blog.
more Fernandes bases (only old japaneses, maybe 40) in my blog.
I have the same red one (103xxx) made in China. This is one serious Jbass.
if Fernandes has been good enough for X JAPAN, they're good enough for me