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Nothing against the bass itself but like you said it's more geared for the practice at home, not too loud kind of bass. But for someone who is planning on playing gigs with the thing should just stick it out and pay the extra $150. Down the road you would've wished you did if you didn't. That's what always happened to me then I got wiser
all this warwickness has convinced me that a warwick is the way to go, especially after trying my mate's streamer std today
yay for blink-182 btw!
ahh that's put me off it a bit because i'm not a fan of soapbar pickups i find them versatile but sterile as well and i like having some character in my bass.
i've just had a look at the lakland 55-02 and it seems to check all the boxes, versatile, 35", 5 strings, looks damn good anyone have one or played one?
max can you give me a rundown on the trb1005 i'm not in a position to try it out because my local shops suck for stocking anything of value or playability
It really is a shame the Yamaha TRBs are slightly out of your range though
how old is your MIA, maple neck? I know the rosewood MIA's don't have it in some cases.
I don't recommend Ashdown gear, they are well known for their reliability issues.
pfft i'm not driving all the way to surrey just to pick up a p bass. if it was a good bass then maybe but not for a p bass
yeah it came 3 hours ago
i posted a thread about, with pics obviously
bring it to me, i got no problems drilling through a p bass
Oh God. I just looked at the BTA400 on Ashdown's website and now I have serious G.A.S. It's a 400 watt all-tube!
to each his own, have you thought about putting a bridge cover on your p bass? it would look sexy imo
fender p bass, black with a black pickguard, maple fretboard and a chrome bridge cover