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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by newbold, Sep 28, 2008.
How do your basses' necks play and why do they work for you?
I wanna know!
maple. smoothest neck for me.
Unfinished anything (except g&l's, fantastic basses, cant stand the neck)
Whatever Ken Smith and Spector do with they're necks are what i like.
The neck on my ibanez SR905 is the closest to perfect that I've found for me.
After having owned dozens and dozens of basses:
Smooth finish, shape.
I love Lakland necks! Slim and unfinished/oiled. So good!
lakland and MTD USA basses play better than anything else ive touched.
Rick 4001/4003 (the way the make them now, not the thicker ones from a few years ago) for most playing and Fender Jazz for slapping around.
Unfinished D - shape necks (wick style) also the "Modern C" what my curbow has is nice and fast
i like jazz bass necks.
nice and thin and easy to play.
as far as finishes go, i prefer a thick glossy neck.
i had warmoth make my jazz bass neck with VT gloss polyurethane.
MIA fender Jazz Basses, without a doubt, my fav neck
MTD and Lakland in that order.
1-EBMM Sterling, perfect neck IMO
Unfinished J-Bass necks by Warmoth. My favorite woods are Padouk and Wenge.
early 60's Fender Jazz size A neck w/ a satin finish. It feels soo good.
+1 -- love the shape and feel of them.
Those are my picks also.
Oiled Jazz bass neck, and the Modulus necks.
Feels so good.
Fender precision "B" neck for me.