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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Ted Williams, Jul 5, 2008.
Why do you think your bass is better?
Some say that the Jazz plays easier?
Personally, I think neither is best because I prefer this:
why do you think one has to be better than the other?
Where's the poll?
I like the P better. It's what I feel more comfortable playing and I can get my sound out of it easier. J's just aren't for me.
I like how the electronics are set up on a P. I feel like J's should have a master volume and a blend knob.
I wouldn't mind having a P/J, but I absolutely need to have the P pickup.
I like and use both. I don't think one is particularly better than the other, it just depends on the song. They are two rather different instruments; feel, tone, string spacing, the way they hang against your body.
As a fretted: the P.
As a fretless: the J.
I like the P, I'd recommend it for beginners also. Especially usefull in metal I believe.
But my J fretless is very usefull and beautiful.
J is better, becauese you may find more J products than P's on fender's website.
For me personally, the P is better.
I love the tone of the split coil p/u.
I have never in 25+ years of playing felt I needed a bridge p/u.
I prefer hand filling size of a Precision neck to the skinnier J neck.
I've played plenty of J's but P's are the ones that do it for me.
Everything I need... nothing I don't.
*gives original poster flame retardant suit and runs away*
"Which is the better bass? Fender Precision? Fender Jazz?"
You can light a J, but everybody has to P.
Amen. AND, thank you for my new desktop image. With a couple of beauties like that, there must be more images. Where can we see them?
OMG, teh Warwick is teh best bass in the world!!!!!
We need to eliminate "which is better" threads.
If I had to choose between one of the two? I'd pick... both?
Well, anyway, welcome to TalkBass. Not a good way to start here, if I say so myself, though.
COMING THIS SUMMER!!!!
THE BATTLE OF THE CENTURY!!
PRECISION VS JAZZ 2, THE RECKONING!
IN A THEATER NEAR YOU!!!!
I wish there was a bass referred to just as a "B" so I could say "I'd like a P B & J"