#2
probably just a different key size or system
if none of them you have work then youneed the other system, theres metric or imperial.

one would be just like 10 , 11, 12 , 13 for sizes
other would be 2/3 11/15 or fractions like that

when Moses brought down the plagues upon Egypt one of them involved Behringer amps


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#3
Unrelated question: I noticed there's thumbrests or something on some basses (like the one shown there) and it's below the pickups. Why is that?
For how can I give the King his place of worth above all else
when I spend my time striving to place the crown upon myself?
#4
You would anchor your fingers (index, middle, whatever) and use your thumb to pick.
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#5
Weird.
For how can I give the King his place of worth above all else
when I spend my time striving to place the crown upon myself?
#6
Quote by Rawshik
Weird.

It is pretty weird now, but back in 1951 when Leo Fender first released the Precision bass, it was the only bass guitar on the market. The idea was to make it attractive to the upright players of the day (and convince them to switch), some of whom used their thumb to pluck, so the tug bar was a nice accessory that gave them something to grip with their other fingers when they made the switch to a bass guitar.
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