#1
How do you rate this bass?

I'm thinking of buying one and putting it with peavey stack

how do u rate?

thanks
#2
No opinion, but I can give you some good options if you tell me the following:

What you want out of the bass:

What style you play:

Why you want the Jackson:
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#3
I play with my fingers and play some metal but most alternative

Because its nice and i saw Megadeth bassest have one and perform it sounded great
#4
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I play with my fingers and play some metal but most alternative

Because its nice and i saw Megadeth bassest have one and perform it sounded great


Well I would strongly recommend you try some Fenders and an Ibanez or two. Depending on how growly or warm you want something will probably sound good for alt rock - venturing into metal.
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Jeff Ament is a sexy sexy beast.



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#5
Not just Fender and Ibanez...everything. Try everything you can get your hands on. Just about any bass can be used for metal.

If it made it onto Megadeth's stage, it mush have something going for it, so it can't be all that bad. Megadeth generally has had pretty decent bassists. Their old bassist, David Ellefson, has a signature Peavey if you want to check it out.
http://peavey.com/products/browse.cfm/action/detail/item/116383/Zodiac(TM)%20DE%20Scorpio.cfm
Nope, no sig here.