Slap Happy Rules

As in Mesquite. It was like they put highlights in the rib cage. I am happy to call Tovsee. Tags and attributes: < a HREF = > < title = abbr title = title > <>< = b > < acronym cite BLOCKQUOTE = > <><>< date and time code name = > < em > < i > < q = cite > < strong strike > <>. You are using an outdated browser. This may be or other Web pages are not displayed correctly. You need to update or use alternative browsers. Anyone who has an opinion on the best hit low? I have a Zon and it is one of the best that I have tested (although the legacy elite model had better now what it was), but I try a lot of different models here. My Rex Spector is a good bass. The action is the right to have a say. Less than my fender jazz, but still high enough to see the strings. Of course, some people prefer the very low action for strike. I believe that Warwick basses and Cirruses/large jabon-barra under both Kensmith sounds great, but sounds very different. Warwick has the Cirrus rather than an attack on the note more dams. I guess? The only bass (over $500) was playing, I thought that it was a p-bass sound soon for the shock. If your available technique, everything sounds good. We are going to play a lot of things and to us. He agreed. You can win almost any solid body instrument. Many basses sold or marketed, because humor ash body and Maple fretboard, both high-end should improve. Under P, Gibson EBs and any but not so good single-pickup-in-the-neck-position sound. Formula of Marcus Miller: bass, ash body with a low level of config J collection (collection or about full-on), fingerboard Maple, ropes and a good active preamp wrapped around. D7. Originally posted by Christopher agreed. You can win almost any solid body instrument. Many basses sold or marketed, because humor ash body and Maple fretboard, both high-end should improve. Is by Warwick shock, that there are a lot of higher end and more emphasis in the lower middle.? I am not a big fan of the Jazz/Stingray slap sound. to collect or fingerstyle I want that bass as aggressive, I like very much - but when slapping, d. will characterize the hard sound, IMO. I think I have the Warwick-sounds good, because the blubbernder and percussion, if you understand what I mean. I tried the Warwick and was not impressed. Pedulla bass for about stroke? I played MVP-4 strings and looks great. I have heard that some of the low soldiers are good for the clash. Is everyone agreement?The old love Steinberger basses used solid compounds beat, but now is somewhat thin sound. Always he has played in the image to a low probably because mark King as a good shot of still images. It would take a lower and suggestions to the surf. My Zon is a good bass, but the lower end is thinking a little and the neck is huge. slap happy rules Each opinion scale lengths and wide-necked? I have a 34 to my current low and there is a tension of the strings well for the clash, but the neck feels a little too long. I have heard that most short neck seem well, but I suspect that the action is better at 32. I have also noticed that the Stanley Clark Dampfgebrannt have a very short neck, and I assume that the same model used for his fist, sound,.