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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by rs920, Jun 27, 2012.
having mojo. Most overused word on the board.
What's the best bass with mojo for metal?
My bass is MOJORIFIC!!
Most basses with mojo are PILEDRIVINGLY HEAVY.
This thread has no mojo. ....yet
Would you rather buy a bass with "mojo" or a bass described as "beat to hell?" It's just marketing.
Nobody's going to buy a bass with lessjo.
you are all so insensitive, I've snapped. Next thing you'll be throwing around words like "Matsumoku", "Never Gigged", or heaven forbid "left handed".
My bass has more than Mojo. It has left-handed Hojo Jijo!
I've never gigged a left handed Matsumoku that wasn't PILEDRIVINGLY HEAVY.
Just keep that vacuum cleaner away from your parrot...
Just take your sedative and call me in the morning. You'll be fine, really!
I've settled down, I've come to terms with the fact that my bass is Topo Gigio.
HAHA! Before my time,but I have done a little reading about NTB.
nope, the worst offender is "punchy"
"This P bass with flats has a really punchy tone. And lots of mojo!"
What does that sentence even mean?
Personally I'd prefer people drop the aged rocker-speak and just write "With flatwounds, my Precision has a a pronounced midrange in addition to strong low-end response. It is beat to hell, but I like the look."
Mojo does not mean beat to hell.
I'm pushing 50 and I have lots of vintage mojo.