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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by sport88, Mar 12, 2008.
Simply put, if you could have one or the other, which would it be ?
I'd take the DJ-but this is truly an apples vs oranges situation.
Well The SR5 is my favorite production level 5 string. The only reason I am letting mine go is because I just bought Bill H's 5594 and now I would like to have a 5 string Jazz because I am in a big 10 pc funk band and the Jazz really fits tonally with a lot of the older tunes we play. You cant go wrong with a Jazz or an SR5 in my opinion. I am not that crazy about the DJ's spacing and weight but for just a few songs a night I would love the tone of it. The weight issue is the only thing that I don't dig about Skylines.
+1. And beyond apples and oranges, where's the carrots option?
I have both but 4' S since both are great and so different
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Both great basses, me, I'd have the 'ray, but I just like 'rays. The DJ5 is a fantastic bass, a mate of mine has one, and it's just stunning. Put the two names in a hat, shut your eyes, and pick one.
DJ5 anyday. Nothing against MM, I just don't like the sound of that MM pup there.
Hmm...interestingly enough, I find that to be the only issue I have with SR5's. If you shop around, and are patient, you can find reasonably lighter basses in each brand. My DJ5 is right at 9lbs.
I am currently on the hunt for an SR5 to go along with my DJ5.
i totally dig the DJ...never owned a stingray, but i've played enough to know it's really not my preference
I like my SR5 more than the other lak's i have played...but i have an upgraded H. Tempted to try a DJ