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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by BrandonBass, Mar 24, 2013.
Tone and playability aside..!
I'm a Stingray man fer sure.
precision for me. tort and burst.
P Bass for me, but I'm suffering from Precision mania ATM.
I have to go with the simple elegance of the offset waist of the Jazz
If I had a stingray with a precision sound, I'd be set for life.
Ricks are pretty damn boss lookin', Precisions are a classic, but to me, the Jazz is classy and elegant.
No comment on Stingrays
not really my thing.
Jazz all the way for me. A classic Fender or a modern 24 fret Sadowsky, they're all good.
Since we're going on looks alone, I've always thought Rics look freaking sick. Never acually had the opportunity to play one though.
As for classic looks, I would say jazz.
Voted Ric though.
Rickenbacker 4001/4003= the best looking musical instrument that exists.
Fender P = bad ass as long as it's white body, black pickguard, maple fretboard
Fender Jazz = puke
Music Man = dry heaves, puke would be better
Hate on. Hate on.
I didn't vote because I can't decide between the Fender P and the Rickenbacker. The P body is pleasing to the eye with its simple curves. LPB or white with maple board, sexy. The J never really looks right to me with its offset body. Stingrays looks alright. Rickenbackers are just awesome. That upper horn and the headstock always remind me of a wave in the ocean.
I chose Rickenbaker for it's unique, even groundbreaking syling.
Now, are we talking the original "tele" P, the '72 P or the common split P?
I had to go Rickenbacker 4001/4003. I also own a Jazz Bass, but in terms of a unique and highly functional design, the Ric takes this easily. No contest.
Precision. Jazz is WAY over-rated.
I like the shape a lot and it was the only non-Fender option .
Jazz. Nothing else feels as good on the lap.