#1
How much are these things brand new? I tried looking them up, but nobodys sellign them anymore.

A guy o nCraigslist has one that he will sell to me for $150, and its not too used.
Should I go for it?
#4
Okay, let me put it like this.
Either I buy this OLP now, or I wait until December, and have enough money to buy a Fender Standard jazz.

What should I do??
Last edited by navarreguitaris at Aug 15, 2009,
#5
Offer him 130 USD. I've seen those go, depending on condition for anything from 100 USD to 300 USD.

You are not getting a Stingray here, but an OLP. They're great starter basses, and with a lot of trouble, can be upgraded. If you are looking for a bass closer to a Stingray, shop around for a SUB instead.

If it was me, I'd save the cash for the Fender Jazz.
#6
Get the Jazz, starter basses are usually plagued with problems that would bother an experienced player.
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#8
If it was between having a starter, but decent bass for $150.
Or go bass-less for 4 months and spend $500 on a MIM Jazz.

I would choose the OLP. It's not bad.
#9
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If it was between having a starter, but decent bass for $150.
Or go bass-less for 4 months and spend $500 on a MIM Jazz.

I would choose the OLP. It's not bad.


I meant I have a Squire P bass at my house now