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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by M-Hawk, Apr 1, 2009.
just curious.....let me know just keep commenting guys...thanks!
I have both an MIA P-Bass and J-Bass. By far, I play the P-Bass tons more than the J-Bass.
I did have a 1973 Tele Bass, wish I still had it! It was my all time fav Fender Bass.
Has been since April 1983.
Completly biased here, but the Roscoe Beck is the nicest model Fender ever made, IMHO.
In terms of individual basses, my 2003 American Series J:
I love several Fender models. To me, the coolest are:
1. American Standard J and P, four and five strings;
2. Tony Franklin fretted and fretless P/J;
3. Roscoe Beck;
4. Reggie Hamilton Standard;
5. Jaguar; and
6. American Deluxe Jazz.
A P with a J neck. Black and rosewood with a red tort guard.
Gotta give my mad love to the MIA Jazz. a freakin' workhorse-and-a-half!! Has anyone tried the Pbass special (Duff McKagan sig)? ive heard theyre nice
American Deluxe Precision.
+1 I like mine
...another Roscoe Beck fan here. I love the asymetrical necks and marvelous tone of these basses. Fender hit one "out of the park" with these signature basses.
'75 Ash Jazz Bass with maple neck and fretboard and pearl block inlays.
I don't think I'll ever stop wanting one of these until I get one.
Any American Vintage Series but especially the '57's in the discontinued colors. Lovely to look at, lovely to play.
Roscoe Beck V.
Outside of that, Precisions rule.
thats the one i was thinking of when i clicked at this thread
1960 Stack knob
Geddy Lee Jazz Bass, maybe it's just because I have one on layaway
1978 Musicmaster. C'mon, we all have to start somewhere.
I like the USA Jazz V Deluxe. Great tone, feel, but it's got to have a maple fretboard.
My Black / Rosewood '78 Jazz Bass. Purchased new, added chrome-plated brass pickguard and knobs - a real beauty. Sold it in 1981 - wish I had it back.