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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by john turner, Apr 18, 2008.
2019 Five string American pro on the left.
2013 Four string American Standard on the right.
You could say I like P basses.....
Left is an ‘01 and the right is a ‘76
The one in back is an aluminum neck Kramer
Squier jazz and a "JAMES AM"
Unpictured: Robelli cheapo sorta-copy of Musicman that sounds and plays good, though the protruding ends of the frets need to be filed down.
In the pic:
Peavey Grind 4
In the pic, New to me:
Tobias KillerB 6
Ibanez Portamento 6 Fretless (brand new)
I have two 5 string Warwick fretted Thumb basses - one is BO and the other is an NT. I also have, and should play a lot more, a 5 string Warwick fretless with Delano electronics (the model is slipping my memory at the moment). And I have an old 4 string fretted that I don't bother with any more.
I've had other basses of course but have sold them all.
Still not sure what the "James AM" is, but it is really fine.
HELP!!! The truss rod on my James snapped right below the nut. I think a rescue kit might fix it, but no way I want I risk the money on one.
4 string fretted P bass and a 5 string fretted Calif. u bass. On occasion I play my daughter's 4 string fretted Schechter.....
In about 100-150 years I'd expect 4 string players to be in the minority. Just over 100 years ago, 3 strings was the norm on double basses, and the reason we have 4 on the electric bass is because there were 4 on the double bass.
However, for a multiplicity of genres and styles, more than 4 strings on a bass guitar is much more ideal.
I lost a couple of pics here. The Epi EB-0.
The four-stringed, fretted family.
I play 4-string fretted.
I know about fretless and 5-string basses, 6-string sounds exotic to me (that's going into treble) and the rest is totally alien!
2011 Fender Jazz. Sweetest I have ever owned. Bought it sight unseen and amazed at what showed up.
Just switched from 4 string fretted to 4 string fretless. I am enamored with fretless right now!
I'm considering purchasing a Bass VI, someone talk me out of it please!
Two fretted 4s and a fretless 4. Mostly playing the fretless these days.
Rad, aren't they!
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