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The Passive Club!!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Surprise Panda!, Sep 8, 2008.


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  1. I only use passive basses now...

    1977 Precision
    2006 Jazz MIA (60th anniversary edition)
    2006 Jazz fretless MIM
    2008 Aerodyne Jazz (my gigging axe)
    2006 NS WAV4 EUB

    after years of trying all sorts of active instruments...
     
  2. bebop1: #26
     
  3. wallybill

    wallybill

    Apr 4, 2007
    Tuscola, Il.
    I've got a Fender Jazz, Kay bass, Thunderbird, and a Wurlitzer Flying "V" that are passive. Kin I join?
     
  4. All i got is a peavey millenium, which i like a lot!

    Plus batteries scare me!
     
  5. '08' MIA Fender Jazz V totally passive.:smug:
     
  6. wallybill #27
    Amitio: #28
    vinxbass #29
     
  7. gweimer

    gweimer

    Apr 6, 2000
    Columbus, OH
    Well, the Dean Rhapsody probably hurts me, but all my other basses are passive. The Bettie Page fanfret bass is my primary weapon of choice.
     
  8. gweimer: #30
     
  9. derrick007

    derrick007

    Aug 14, 2008
    Dallas Texas
    I own three basses, all passive. I don't see that much of an advantage with active. plus, i learned how to play on passive, it's what i have down to a science, and it's what i like. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
     
  10. derrick007: #31
     
  11. Marcus Willett

    Marcus Willett

    Feb 8, 2005
    Palm Bay, FL
    Endorsing Artist: Bag End - Dean Markley - Thunderfunk
    7 basses, all passive. I used active systems for years...many brands but I've been passive for 6 years now and can't see going back especially after finding Villex.
     
  12. Marcus Willett #32
     
  13. 2 of my 3 basses are passive, does that count?

    Lakland DJ and MTD Beast.
     
  14. EagleMoon #33
     
  15. Ah!!!!

    I'm really GASING for a 44-02 (active!!!!) GIVE ME PASSIVE GAS!!

    Hmmm....Maybe if I bought a 44-02 i could change it to Vol/Vol/Tone/Coiltap/Varitone/Dirty rice!!!!!
     
  16. edubb

    edubb

    Dec 6, 2006
    are passive.
    Carlo Robelli neck through 4 string
    Squire jazz 5string
    Lakland DJ5 coming soon
    Tobias growler 5 (often wonder how it would sound passive)
    Gimme' a number!.
     
  17. All my babies are passive.

    Fender 1998 MIM fretless J
    Epiphone Thunderbird IV Goth
    Squire Bronco
    Premier Jazz
    1980's Harmony P-Bass
    Rogue TBK Acoustic
    1970's Conrad Hollowbody

    I'll take a number thanks! :smug:
     
  18. #34: edubb
    #35: Zoidberg35
     
  19. llamalor2112

    llamalor2112 Banned

    Sep 18, 2007
    I have never liked using active basses. I prefer that old school tone you get form a good passive bass. I use a Fender Geddy Lee Jazz, Fender Victor Bailey Signature Acoustic, Steinberger XL-2, Steinberger XT-2, Ibanez Sr200, and a Gitano Acoustic.
     
  20. llamalor2112: #36
     

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