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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Surprise Panda!, Sep 8, 2008.
warwick corvette and squire j bass
Mayones Jabba4 all-passive as main bass... which number is mine?
i dont like them. most people i've talked to only use one of the modes. seems like superfluous electronics to me, just another thing to go wrong.
SX SJB-62 5 String Fretless
(ESP B-404 Active that I'm trying to sell... )
Definitely digging the simplicity of passive. The more I play, the less knobs and switches I want. Just give me one great tone, and I'm a happy guy!
As passive as it can be
#48: Yvon (I would also like to give Yvon the drool worthy award)
Hey, I wanna join!
My number one is my passive MIM Fender P with original 62 pickups. I've gone through a lot of basses and finally figured out that I prefer the passive sound. I've even decided to change over one of my Ibanez when I can get a little extra time.
I have SD Vintage On My fender
I play a Fender American Standard Jazz as my main bass. Passive pickups are the ONLY way to go!
So, let me in! Please?
My 08 MIA Jazz Bass...Awsome
# 50 please
alright, here it is
A 92 MM Fender Jazz W/Vintage 70s pickups and control plate
Count me in..
Passiver 'till the end!!!
custom fiver, practicly zero noise, beautiful wenge fingerboard, awesome dynamics, even with compressor ON.
love my bass
Also have a passiv fretless, not so good, but it works quite good.
ABG is active, but I've never saw a passive piezo p-up ABG's... do they exist?
A number will rock!
Got a passive SX Jazz and a Warwick Streamer Stage I 6 that I keep around for the passive mode. Instant 6 string Jazz Bass burp! (I'm serious about this. In passive mode, it's pickup blend and volume only. Not even a high end roll off masquerading as a tone knob.)
#56: bad andy