Here's my favorite so far.
what do you guys think?
duuuude... no... no..... good lord no....
here's some eyebleach
hotlinked, but the basis is there
Two words- Batz Maru.
Last edited by jerryjg; 09-13-2008 at 05:03 PM.
Bronco basses are cheap and very easy to play, although you need to replace the bridge with something better.
Last edited by idsnowdog; 09-13-2008 at 05:00 PM.
That heart-shaped thing is gonna be awful to play. Unless you like the headstock crashing into the floor.
Get a J-bass copy.
Buy the book in my avatar. It's pretty cool.
I think it's a Daisy Rock. I've been very seriously getting a real upright bass lately...
In 1861 as the Confederate forces were about to fire on Fort Sumter, the blue and gray had infinitely more in common than the blue and red today. What fellowship can "the truth shall set you free" ever have with "there is no truth, only points of view", or "what is truth?"
Secession would be a horror. But barring a major national crisis like a Black Death magnitude epidemic or nuclear attack to erase once and for all the myth that truth is negotiable, it is coming.
I think Music Man Stingray basses are really nice - I've always liked those. The OLP Stingray knockoff basses are pretty good for the money if you don't have the funds for a nice Music Man - there's always a few OLP's on ebay. Many of the used OLP's you find these days people have already upgraded pickups, preamps, and such to make them very decent playing and sounding instruments.
Last edited by infrared72; 09-13-2008 at 07:40 PM.
If that purple one floats your boat then do it!!
I wanted either a MM Sterling and a G&L 2000/ 2500..... ended up with a Sandberg .... so glad I did!
Originally Posted by Gearjoneser
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Not sure if this is a serious thread or not but I actually went bass shopping yesterday!
I have an 80's MIJ Jazz bass thats a great bass, the electronics have HAD it at this point and when I redo them I think Im gonna try a set of Antiquity Jazz Bass pickups in it but I went loking for a different bass yesterday...came home empty handed but I did find a few things that were cool...
The Marcus Miller J Bass is pretty KILLER...the actives make is much more versitile than a standard Jazz bass.
Tried a Stingray again...cool bass but not nearly as versitile as most people would have you believe.
I'll tell you guys this, those MIM and CIJ Fenders are the real deal...
I think Im gonna end up getting another Fender bass and when I do it'll likely be a newer CIJ or MIM...hard to beat!
This thread was started as a joke but if there are $200 Aerodyne basses floating around thennnn it just got pretty serious.
g&l tribute l2000!