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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Hawaii Islander, Jul 8, 2019.
Boy and amp, cab, and bass! Someone is well treated!
Congrats on a nice set up!
I hope that's not an emergency exit, cause you're not getting through THAT wall of sound.
It's a utility closet door.
Congrats on your new Epi! May it serve you well.
Stop by at SG & EB Bass Club
Play it in good health and enjoy!
NICE! I played one waaaay back in college, is it short scale?
Thats the 34". They made very few short scale EB3s and you can tell them from the long scale because they have a tug bar and dots rather than trapezoid inlays.
Who would ever run away from a rig like that?
hi Hawaii Islander
Good to have a save compound where you can keep the drummer!
may the bass be with you
I still want an EB-3. It's not at the tip top of my GAS list, but it's close. Gotta love the full scale length and inlays.
I had a chance to play the bass for a while now.
First: The original wound rounds had to go. I put a set of D'Addario Chrome XL flatwounds on it (regular light gauge). Huge positive difference in playability and sound. They are staying.
Second: I adjusted the trust rod to eliminate some fret buzz. It was pretty simple to do.
Third: The neck on this bass plays great. I use a wide cloth strap, so neck dive isn't really an issue.
Fourth: I like the stock pickups. Usually both on. Sometimes both full up or backed down a little on the neck pickup. It depends on what I'm playing.
Fifth: The tuners are just fair. Those are the weak point of the bass, but are usable. I will change those at some point.
Sixth: Overall, I'm very pleased with the look, feel, fit and finish, and sound of this bass, Worth the $400 USD that I paid for it new.