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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by 74rickbass, Sep 25, 2002.
If you could have one bass on this list, which one would you pick?
i voted for the jazz, I'm a big jazz bass fan
I voted for the 52 P-bass. If the 62 Jazz was another color, I would have went for it. The Lake placid blue turns green when the lacquer yellows.
I already have a cherry EB-O (1970), and my 96 MIA Jazz V fills my jazz requirements for now - I still want at least one P. And I am partial to blondes - so I voted for the 52 blonde P!
I'm a softy for the sunburst.
63 fender jazz in lake placid blue..
Pull my finger!.....weeeeee! whoops! gotta change me shorts now!!....... I voted for the 63 L Jazz, but I wouldn't turn my nose up to 52 P either!! Why are you asking? what condition are these basses in? why only these basses? I want more choices......and they all have to be in super mint condition too!!! m'kay!
I voted for the 52 P bass, but was torn between that and the 63 jazz. If the J bass was a different color, I may have went with that.
voted Jazz, never was a big P-bass fan
choose a j over a p
it's the difference between that 'rubber band' p-bass sound verses the cool j-bass tone, which has much more character imho.
(ok, precision faithfuls, proceed with kicking my a** now)
make that precision a 57 instead of 75 and i'm on it. otherwise the jazz.
Although the '52 P-bass is a great piece of history, I would choose the Jazz. Lake Placid faded to strange green looks great!
The Jazz. I had a blonde on blonde '75 P-Bass that was one of the worst P-Basses ever made. I've told the story here a couple of times, so I won't repeat it again - unless you really want to hear it!
This shattering bass blow during my formative years is what sent me searching the Earth for makers other than Fender. (Is anyone crying yet? )
Make the Gibson a long sacle EB-3 and then we'll talk again.
Chalk one more for the J.
none of the above
How much for the EB-O?
I have $38.00 can.
I'll PM my address now!
A '57 P, white, red pickguard is my choice for a vintage bass.