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  1. John Paul Jones for me. Always my go to bassist if I'm stuck for ideas; the way he blends melodic phrases, the all important funk, and driving rock when needed, is always inspirational.
  2. Nickel NYXL's on my current Jazz bass, but I used to use various types of steel strings on my Musicman. I think the bass dictates what string type I use. These days I'm also conscious of wear and tear on the fret wire, and nickel are supposed to be more forgiving.
  3. Electric upright with plush gig bag, hard case, rugged foldable stand, and a double bass bow still available.
  4. If you're playing in the band for fun, and it's stopped being fun, it's time to leave in my opinion. Life's too short. That's not to say you should bolt after one or two bad gigs or rehersals, but if it's become the norm, what are you getting out of it? If the band forms a significant part of your income, then that's a bit different...
  5. These are great basses, Squier VM '77 Jazz, bound neck, pearloid block fret inlays, with original black scratchplate, and custom made mirrored scratchplate, and gig bag. Some interest, but still available.
  6. These are great basses, Squier VM '77 Jazz, bound neck, pearloid block fret inlays, with original black scratchplate, and custom made mirrored scratchplate, and gig bag. Some interest, but still available.
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    I have one similar to this (a 1A), and they'er great basses. Built like tanks, and have a wide tonal pallete. For the money, it's ridiculous and will out perform basses costing much more than this. If I didn't have one I would be very tempted. GLWTS.
  8. Yes, thanks for your comments. I must admit I haven't tried it with a battery, but yes, that's possible too. Great little amp, still available!
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