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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Turkey3202003, Mar 9, 2006.
Wich do you think is better.
I own a p bass but i am lookinin into getting a j bass
J bass hands down. You can always solo the neck P/U and basically have a P bass. It has more versatility and the J bass has that ohhhh so lovely Gggroooowl, where a P bass always sounds a tad hollow, just one mans opinion. Don't get me wrong the hollow/ P bass sound is cool, just more of a one-trick-pony.
I own a P/J combo, I dig the J sound, and the p sounds a little dull for my tastes-I like a trebly sound.
Please shoot me now.
i never liked the super thin neck on jazzes, i've always played a little thicker neck so my vote would have to for the P bass. i just like them all around more. But i do know that jazz bass will win this poll. (most likly)
I haven't seen one of these threads in a least a week.
iv played a jazz bass at guitar center and i loved the thin neck that and i think they have brighter tone but im not sure
I chose both on the poll because it let me.
This thread is destined for flamewars.
Now, now. This is Talkbass -- you know the program! LOL
I like J Basses a bit more since I feel they are a little more versatile. But a PJ combo is even more versatile.
Generally, I prefer the J bass over P bass. The expection to the rule is the American Deluxe P Bass. IMHO, this is Fender's best bass product.
How can you pick one over the other. They both kick and are for different gigs. I have both.
This is probably the most controversal bass related topic in the history of man... yet everybody seems to post the topic like it's going out of style!
Another P vs J thread! *pyrohr takes the gas pipe*
Same for me. But I'll keep the P, which sounds incredible.
It did go out of style. A long time ago.
Retractable frets + retractable P/J pickups + synchronized Xmas lights, for the win.