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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by rob_the_bassist, May 14, 2006.
I only own 5 string basses, so...
your vote is still valid, any vote is!
A four string Marcus Miller bass. THE slap bass.
22 fret Jazz Bass.
^^ Likewise, though I'd do it on both anyway.
Custom Warmoth 5 w EMGs, Dean B2-5, with Barts.
Sometimes my Fender Deluxe Jazz 4, with the John Suhr-designed single-pole pups. Sometimes my Peavey Fury 6, sometimes my homebuilt Jazz, with series switch, depends on the gig, my mood, celestial alignments, etc. You know.
fender P with split P pickups
i dont slap often but when i do i use my Fender MIM Standard P bass
I slap on both of my main basses, ones a 4, ones a 5.
anyone know how the marcus miller 4 string sounds compared to the stingray 4 string? i can't find any sound clips of the two basses isolated (except for 1 on the stingray)
I slap on 6ers, because that is all that I own.
I feel comfortable slapping four string bass.
for some odd feeling i really like to slap fours...I can slap 6's just fine, but slapping fours just seem to have a certain vibe for me...
I primarily use a 6, but i'd much rather use a 4.
I do it on 6's and sometimes on a 7 because you can do some real cool licks utilizing chords with your thumb and fingers. With a certian amount of skill you can do it on any amount of strings...even on g****rs.
i only have 4 string fretteds soo yea... but i really dont slap on my rickenbacker. i leave the slapping to my stingray, what i believe to be one of the best basses for slapping.
A SWEET 22 fret Jazz bass! Me, now it's my Sadowsky MS5, but I just got a Godlyke 4........
... it's all in the foam!