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“Funky Bass Guitar”

published 12/02/2001

AdvantagesBetter options of sound


...for the Jazz bass. Im glad I did as it has more flexibility in sound than the precision. It has 2 different pick ups, Selectable by a switch. It has a deep sound on the rear pick up while the front pick up has a punchy, crisp sound. Great for playing funk. Also, this guitar is becoming ever more popular with the 70's feel coming back into guitars in a big way. I bought a Metallic Purple one. Again...

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AdvantagesGood quality budget guitar

Disadvantagesnone really

...I have been hankering for a Bass guitar to fiddle with as a project and when I earned a few extra quid for a private job I started to browse eBay for a likely candidate. I found a Yamaha RBX170 4 string bass on a pick up only deal in Ringwood, a place that I pass through regularly. This bass retails between £120 - £150, putting it in the higher end of the beginners' market. When I...

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Advantagescarries quality from fender

Disadvantageson the basic side

...of gigging standard, this may become a slight irritation. Another minor issue is the fairly limited range of tones that can be accessed by the pick-up layout, where the range is good, it is not extensive. Again, this is the sort of thing that can be improved with a good amp, but if your looking for flexibility in the guitar, then maybe a jazz bass (Squire do offer a jazz model) is more suitable for you...

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