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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Ritchie_Darling, Jul 23, 2016.
I quite like the looks. Has anyone played it?
Are there opinions??
Let me hear 'em!
I agree, awesome looking bass. I've not had the pleasure though.
The bass looks o.k.......but still looks tiredly generic.
The color....is horrible...
True, it's a bit plain. But, I like the color...
i like the color and the LP shape, how much it costs? has anyone played one of these?
they are about $450. There are three different color options. They must be available because there are couple for sale on Reverb
I think they look cool, but I don't like playing LP shaped instruments.
they look nice to me, hope they are not as heavy as an actual LP.
that would be my only regard.
$450 is not that much, but really depends on the pups, bridge and tuners, and how they play...
good find in the end, i hope to have a chance to play in one of these
i like it as well: do you think there is a stock fretless version? but i'm with EVerderame , i'd like to play one and see what it's about.
Like the bass. Hate the pickguard.
I wouldn't ever consider playing one. TB rules prevent me from commenting on the bass' looks. It does seem to be the best value from Orange though. I would have expected this bass to be considerably more expensive coming from Orange.
I heard a demo online and it sounded like a very bright P bass.
The appearance is nauseating. It should come with some shag carpet and a windowless van. Or possibly an IPA and hipster beard.
The problem with Orange is they take the "Orange" part too seriously. I've considered their cabs, but I'd have to find a black one. The color orange wore out its welcome along with powder blue, avocado, and mustard yellow back in the late 70s early 80s.
The color forecasters dig orange. My wife is a designer. When I was contemplating selling my 410 and AD200 she was firmly against it. She wanted to have a plexiglass box made to go over it and keep it in the living room.
I am blissfully unaware of what that term means.
Black, silver, red; nothing else goes on stage with me.
Meh. I see no innovation or tangible value with this bass. It's an economy-focused P-bass with a LP-shaped body.
The bass comes in a nice brown sunburst with white binding around the top of the body's edge. there is also a black one with binding. the bass sounds and plays great...the pickup is based off of a 57 P bass...I would have preferred the 62 as it has all that P bass growl. The neck is very fast...the tuners are smooth. the fit and finish equal any bass under $2000.00.
The bridge is an Omega BadAss clone so the sustain goes on forever. I forgot the name of the wood but it sounds good...and fender uses it for several of their newest Strats as it is light but the fibers are dense so you get a maple like high end (like a Les Paul) The body style is very close to a mid 60's Hohner Club Bass. The neck is a standard 34'' .
It quite simply plays great and sounds like P bass...I am sure on record you could not tell it is not a Fender. I intend to update the pots etc. and put in the Duncan vintage 62
The coolest thing is everyone wants to know all about it. Best of all I get the P bass sound without looking like 80 percent of the players that play the clubs.
At the price getting one (to go with my old jazz) was a no brainer.
I played one a couple of weeks ago at a music shop. Overall all, there are better p-basses for the price
But find one that's orange and a (semi)unique design!
I'd buy an unlined fretless one in a hot minute.
I think they look pretty awesome, I dig the colour and the look. I'd probably put a mudbucker in one though, that could be a freaking sweet bass.
Normally the orange color of their gear doesn't put me off. But on this bass, it does.