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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Mabis2012, Apr 5, 2006.
whats a good German J style bass?
ie, Clover ir Sandberg etc. which are the good ones?
Wouldn't a Fender be Available?
yea man for real
even if it's made in america it doesnt mean it sucks
Aren't Hotwire basses German? Those are held in pretty high regard.
Todays Esh-Basses are just not worth the money!
Maybe Hotwire, or IMHO, Börjes (www.bass-guitars.de)-> finest german craftsmanship at a good price!
mate, cant afford it, even the MIJ sadowskys are way to expensive (as nice as they are) here, hence why im only looking at german basses.
just went to that site, these basses look great! im really interested in the hotwire as well, they look very nice indeed.
What about Warwicks?Some of 'em have j+j pups.But you wouldn't get the classic jazz tone if thats what you're looking for.
+1 for Hotwire.
Marleaux also makes some of the nicest basses in Germany.
Sandberg California JJ basses sure look good; the specs are fine too.
i've never been a fan of hotwire. they are eh jazz basses with a nice top IMHO. marleaux makes a killer jazz bass. sandbergs are cool because they have the coil tap option on most of their basses. i am also a fan of boerjes. i'd say the best german jazz i've played is probably a marleaux though. they are very much like mike lull's in thier thick active sound, but the look is way slicker.
Marleaux makes J style basses too
i found this one few days ago
you bet they do!!!
+1 for Hotwire. I ordered a 5 of them last week
I've read positive reviews of the Bassline Incognito series, and would like to try one myself.