#1
So I just bought an Aerodyne Jazz Bass a few weeks ago, and I love it to death, but I'm not too crazy about the strings it came with (I'm actually not sure what they are, to be honest). I'm trying to get a sound closer to Geddy Lee and I've gotten pretty close to what I'm imagining but I'm dying to change my strings. Which should I get? I also have an Ibanez with Ernie Ball strings which I love, but how would they sound on the Jazz Bass?
#2
Well, don't use old strings if you want to sound anything like Geddy Lee, his are always pretty much fresh out of the packet. He uses light gauge Rotosounds, so that's where I'd start if I were you.
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#3
Quote by Ziphoblat
Well, don't use old strings if you want to sound anything like Geddy Lee, his are always pretty much fresh out of the packet. He uses light gauge Rotosounds, so that's where I'd start if I were you.

Sweet, I'll try em out. Thanks for the help!
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The Music Man Bongo bass is quite nice as I remember. Even if it does somewhat resemble a toilet seat...

...it was bright as the sun, but with ten times the heat
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