Matt Pulcinella JJ5

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Jeff Haley, Aug 20, 2002.

  1. Jeff Haley

    Jeff Haley

    May 17, 2001
    Atlanta, Ga.
    Has anyone tried these basses? This is the jazz model.
  2. Jeff - I have a level 5 with SD basslines. I tried out the jazz but it wasn't my speed.

    I will tell you this - playability, craftsmanship is excellent. Matt knows what he is doing.

    It is a great value and it is my main bass.

    If you have specific questions - PM me.

  3. gfab333


    Mar 22, 2000
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    The 5 string Jazz Bass model looks interesting. Anyone try one of these?

    Body: Swamp Ash
    Neck: 34" Scale. Straight Grained Hard Maple
    Fingerboard: Rosewood or Maple. Ebony w/maple lines on fretless model.


    All Active
    EMGs with 3-band eq

    Bartolini J-style with 3-band eq
    Dimarzio Ultra-Jazz PUs with Demeter 3 or Aguilar 2 band (recommended!)

    All Passive
    Aero single coil J-style with exposed poles

    Misc Parts
    Bridge: Hipshot
    Tuners: Hipshot ultra lights.
    Body: High gloss lacquer.
    Neck: Satin finish lacquer.

    Black hardware: No Extra Charge
    Gold hardware: $50 additional
    Exotic wood top: $200 additional
    Left Handed: $100 additional
    Colors: I should be able to duplicate any color want. The worst I can do is say no.

    Misc Specs
    String Spacing: 3" at the bridge.
    Neck is 1.75" wide at the nut.
    Weight: Generally 8lbs with alder body.
    Generally 7.5 - 8 lbs .
  4. jokerjkny


    Jan 19, 2002
    NY / NJ / PA
    hey jeff,

    i wrote up a post a little while back on a few Puci's i played at a guitar show.

    the JJ4 i played was pretty freakin' nice. had Aero's. and tho it was passive, i coulda sworn it was active. punch was pretty tight, and huge.

    funny, but the Puci JJ5 looks alot like the Lakland Joe Osborn 5's i've been interested in.