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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by product 14, Feb 6, 2003.
Should I get a warwick or a fodera?
you should check out FBB basses. they are handmade. You can get it anyway you want! Ilove my FBB 5er!!!
And you should use the search function
There was a post with the very same title...
this EXACT thread has been done before
edit - damn JP, you faaaaaaaaaaaast!
but if I had to pick I'd say Fodera. They make some damn good basses. I'm just in love with my FBB
IMO you're talking apples & oranges.Dont get me wrong Warwicks are good basses,but they do not compare to a Fodera as far as tone,playability,and craftsmanship.
Are you kidding or what, nobody's..I mean...you know
Get some nice Fender but be careful, Sadowsky's look pretty similar
yes. you should get an Elrick
the general feeling among most bassists is that Fodera basses are much nicer than Warwick....however it really is up to the individual what bass would work best for them
Fodera. They're in different leagues as far as craftsmanship and quality goes, at least from the ones I've played thus far.
Get my warick ! Great bass at an incredible price
The OP hasn't been seen in over a decade...
This thread is 12.7 years old!
Whichever one he got, it better be one heck of a bass to take 12 years to build!
Bump to keep this old thing visible.
This silly thread is older than my grandmother.
Hard to say. I will say this if you sell later you will take a hit. I took a hit when I sold both of my thumb's but got a good deal on the one I bought used (four string neck through). I got a pretty good deal on my new five string but the used market is where it's at. When I see used thumb's going for $900 I think to myself "buy it, if for no other reason it's crazy good deal". I can't say anything about fodera but I'm pretty sure one would take an even bigger hit as they cost more (not because they are not as good, I'm sure they are better) but because it's got to be tough to sell a bass that was custom made for one persons particular build spec's and tone preference.