#2
that sans amp is supposed to be a bad ass. i likes the electro harmonix's big bass muff
#3
Yeah so I've heard and yeah I like the Big Muff too but I don't know how I could use it very effectively in the music me and my band play. (We are an indie/experimental/rock style of music).
#6
You COULD get a good-looking bass.
Honestly though, the longhorn is so damn ugly.

Uhh...Maybe an octave pedal?
#7
your rig is only as good as it's weakest link. in this case, i would say the bass. you may not want to hear it but, facts are facts. you should at least consider a Fender P, or J, bass. the complexity of tone is very noticable, especially in a recording situation.
#8
Quote by 83lespaulstudio
your rig is only as good as it's weakest link. in this case, i would say the bass. you may not want to hear it but, facts are facts. you should at least consider a Fender P, or J, bass. the complexity of tone is very noticable, especially in a recording situation.


Already have a Fender P for recording and use it every now and then.
#9
i have a local friend that is a pro bass player, and teacher. he has several basses to choose from, including a really nice '72 jazz. his favorite is his Danelectro, go figure!
Respect.