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    Default Re: Bass GAS

    Have fun :

    https://www.talkbass.com/threads/lis...at-nut.919079/

    (IMO the narrow nut width could be a problem on a Thunderbird but not on a J-Bass
    and most bassplayers like the J-B anyway...)
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    Default Re: Bass GAS

    Quote Originally Posted by some_dude View Post
    Id choose a bass based on its sound.

    Choosing a bass based on the nut width is rather silly. Find a bass that sounds good, then learn how to play it.

    IMO.
    Not at all. I always choose a bass/guitar that's comfortable and resonate first, I need to feel it. The electronic can be swapped easily if the sound is not top notch. Same with bridge/tuners/nut.

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