#1
Are they any decent? I'm thinking about picking one up, but i've heard mixed opinions on them, Help please?
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#2
Well a low - mid range one isn't really what would spring in to my mind when i think of good a bass, but there high end stuff, obviously are better.

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#3
I find that alot of the basses are really muddy, no matter what you put them through.
#5
Their higher end models, like the Razorback, sound pretty good. Obviously they're geared towards metal, so if metal is your thing, I'd consider them. Don't waste your money on a cheap one though. Unless you're getting a high-end one, look elsewhere. It's about the same as the whole BC Rich situation. Their high end stuff can be great, but their low-end stuff is total junk.
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#7
The Edges are good for their price, they are the typical example of a good quality, modern day bass.

The ML series is a budget line, good, but very, very simple. You can only get really one tone out of them, but they have a lot of space for modification and art. They are a tad overpriced (around $50 more than i would pay), but they get the job done and I cant find a better start to a modification project.
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#9
i use the highest end demonator & i think it sounds & plays great, however i was playing the single pick-up bolt on version & i hated it.... kinda strange really. but in general deans can be tonally limited, ie my demonator plays metal/rock genres well, but im still looking for something to handle blues/jazz/funk. try out one of the higher end models models for the best sound.
#10
I had a friend who I convinced to take up bass order this puppy: http://www.music123.com/Dean-Edge-10a-Electric-Bass-with-Active-Electronics-512156-i1147575.Music123 . Real cheap, decently made, and sounds pretty damn good. The active pickups probably help a lot. I played guitar stuff on it and it plays nice and no buzzing or any of that bull****. If this cheap one by them plays good for the money, their better stuff is probably good as well.
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#11
if you are into metal then it will do the job, but i would suggest an ibanez
if you are into rock/punk then a squier would be great
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