#2
What, pray tell, does intermediate level mean? Price point and intended genres would be nice.
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#5
Ibanez SR300F
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#6
A bass that you like that you defret yourself? We need more information to really answer the question.
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#7
sorry, not too clear...
$600-$900 NZD - Which is $450-700 US, but instruments are way more expensive in NZ, so a 700 US bass would probably be 1100-1200 here.... :-(
And not one to defret, an already fretless one.
Also are ones with frets marked easier to play?
#9
Get a Squier VM Fretless. Killer instruments for the money, I've played several examples and all have been top notch. Ebanol board means you can stick rounds on it too without worrying.
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#10
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Get a Squier VM Fretless. Killer instruments for the money, I've played several examples and all have been top notch. Ebanol board means you can stick rounds on it too without worrying.

The ebanol will fog up though. It's still the best bass to get but you should know that before you buy it. My Squier Deluxe Jazz's board did that and I was a bit disappointed.