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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Fxpmusic, Jan 3, 2019.
That thing sounds fat even on my laptop speakers! And even better on headphones. Thanks for posting!
Very nice that was nice and warm almost had a P vibe to it.
I had one of the Musicmans Ltd Ed with solid rosewood necks and I didn't like it at all... the neck made it too dark. I was forever adding more treble and still not getting some of the normal signature from even a Musicman.
Love the look of the Jazz Bass, and love shell pink.
I want to hear the rest of the second song!!!
Me too! When I figure out where to go with it lol. My horn guys are coming up with stuff.
Ha. I’m dealing with sinus bs myself. Maybe I channeled that?
I'll be checking out both the Jazz and Precision bass this week.
First time I've been excited about a new Fender in quite some time, not counting the Traditional '60s Midnight P bass.
I checked out the P a few weeks ago. I already had the J in layaway at another store. It was awful... (that’s what I said to myself 20 times in a row) I put it down and ran as fast as I could. Sat in the car a looked a pictures of my children and thought about their need to be fed.
Yes darker, no question about it. I've been A-B-C'ing this bass with my US Jazz and US Precisions for a week. Still voiced like a Jazz, yet indeed has a distinctly P vibe. It's it's own thing, almost like a unique hybrid cross breeding thing going on tonally.
Spot on. This thing sounds absolutely outstanding.
Perfect excuse for buying it beyond the bitchin' neck, which is a thing of beauty; neck, headstock and fretboard all one slab of rosewood, and I think it's unfinished natural wood, however wood is not one of my "things", so take that observation with a grain of salt.
It feels phenomenal, not just texture, but kinda "worn in" comfortable as well.
Yup. That’s exactly what got me gassing. It melted in my hand when I tried it out.
I have a feeling these will sell out.