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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ruffroka321, Jul 22, 2005.
4. Ernie Ball
Lemme think, lemme think......
Ernie Ball Music Man
4. ernie ball
I only have experience of 1 2 4 and 5, and as I play a Warwick Corvette, i'll have to go with numero dos.
"burg" spelled backwards is "grub".
Of the ones you listed, EBMM. You gotta respect a company that can, with a straight face, give us a bass that manages to look like a toilet seat and be cool all at the same time.
G & L
I don't own one at the moment but it's the best bass I've ever played.
Musicman, Spector and Dingwall.
Of the choices provided .... Fender.
Then probably Spector and Warwick, although I personally don't care for either of them, they are extremely professional bass lines. Ibanez would be next in line, I have a little experience with them .... the SRX series was/is pretty decent.
I know little to nothing about EB or Schector ........
Out of that list, Fender and Ernie Ball are the only two I have any real affinity for.
My personal favorites: Fender, Music Man, Ibanez and Carvin.
Since Fender basses (particularly Jazzes or their clones) give me what I'm looking for I gotta vote Fender. After that I would have to say EB and maybe the Sterling. No real experience with the other brands because I get what I want from Fender. Leo got it right (IMO).
While I love my fivers (Lakland and Lull), if I could only have one bass form any manufacturer it would be a Fender - simply the first and last word on basses IMO - oh yeah, make it a P bass at that!
Ernie Ball Music Man!
Of what you've listed, old Ibanez would be my pick. My Musician and Roadster (RS824) are great.
Alembic and Status would be my overall faves.