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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Sean775, Mar 28, 2015.
The specifications/model/series is your choice.
Bass for life? I'd get whichever one of those I could sell for enough to buy a Roscoe.
If I had to have only one, I think I'd be able to manage with this.
If I could only have one of those, it would have to be the Jazz. Fortunately, I'm not limited.
A good pbass with some well broken in TI flats can get the job done for me.
A jazz bass for me, but if it's for life it's not a Fender.
I guess the Jazz because you can modify forever.....I would say none of the above. For the same money I go with my used Alembic over anything on this.
Either or!!!!!! That works for me
If Hellboy played bass guitar, this would be his instrument!
I voted for the MM Stingray. The Stingray would offer the widest array of tones.
I went with "Jazz Bass" for the physical specs, but I'd have to insist that it be a P/J config with my preferred vintage fretboard-radius. So, give me my 'Dyne or give me Death!
I'll take the Jazz bass, fitted with Ric pickups & a Stingray preamp.
Precision. I'd probably make a hole and throw a jazz pickup into the bridge position. Perfect bass.
I like the Aerodyne Jazz...a lot. But not more than a Precision. If there was no such thing as a P Bass I'd go with the Aerodyne Jazz.
This is easy(for me) since I only own 2 of the basses(Ric and Jazz) on that list...Ric..it has been my go to for many years.
For my needs one Precision Bass would cover it. Don't tell my wife...she'd have me get rid of all my other basses.
I own four of the five choices, but I had to vote for a Precision if there were only to be one.
The Thunderbird is the one I don't own as of yet. Maybe someday if I find one that speaks to me.
Kinda ''funny'' how I see those bases in a poll every time. I don't want any of those.
The power of tradition, or maybe a fear of individuality?
I'm of course no different, playing a jazz bass in sunburst with a tortoise pickguard.