#1
Well I have a squier J bass and P bass and I want to get a fender bass either the geddy lee sig J bass or a standered P bass and my squier Jazz that I have is really good while my squier P bass not that good so should I just get a fender P bass to replace my desent squier p bass or get the geddy lee even though I have a good jazz bass already?
#2
first of all, learn how to use these:

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#3
first learn to type with some grammar. nobody's gonna think you deserve to be strapping on a nice bass if you can't type a proper sentence.

second, which do you personally like the sound of better?
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#4
why do i get the feeling this will turn into another P Vs J bass thread

Go for whichever one you prefer, i personally like P-basses, but i have a really nice J and it changed my mind. And whats wrong with the Fender Jaguar? Theyre great!
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#5
That Geddy one looks pretty good. It's hard to judge without playing though. I have to say get a Stringray
#7
umm dude, there are more basses than just piece of **** fenders. piece of **** short scale 4 stringers... theres no musical advantage to having a 4 string fender. Yay to 5, and 6 string Ibanezs! Wooh!
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#8
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umm dude, there are more basses than just piece of **** fenders. piece of **** short scale 4 stringers... theres no musical advantage to having a 4 string fender. Yay to 5, and 6 string Ibanezs! Wooh!



somebody's close minded


But I would go with the Geddy Sig, the neck on that thing is amazing
#9
Quote by PluckU
umm dude, there are more basses than just piece of **** fenders. piece of **** short scale 4 stringers... theres no musical advantage to having a 4 string fender. Yay to 5, and 6 string Ibanezs! Wooh!

you need to play a blues run on a Fender. it will sound great. on an Ibanez, good, but not quite right.
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#10
Quote by PluckU
umm dude, there are more basses than just piece of **** fenders. piece of **** short scale 4 stringers... theres no musical advantage to having a 4 string fender. Yay to 5, and 6 string Ibanezs! Wooh!

aahahaha

die.


I honestly can't understand what the TS is trying to say, I don't know how you guys are understanding.
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#11
I don't know what to recommend because I can't understand what the TS is trying to say.
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