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  1. Thanks to all who shared their opinions. My one last question is aren't the BB body shape a bit weird? I am new, so tone doesn't matter much to me, as long as it sound like a bass. I am more into aesthetics and durability
  2. Since I am new, the body through stringing looks to last longer since it doesnt pull the bridge, so I am on the aspect of durability rather than tone.
  3. Ignore the price, currently there's a sale for bb435 that makes both guitar at the same price. Let me highlight what I like/dislike with both guitars multi-piece neck vs carbon reinforcement rod, the multi-piece might have advantage but i think the carbon reinforcement rod is a good enough feature rather than nothing, so its a tie 6 bolt vs 4 bolt neck joint, bb435 wins this area body aesthetic, i prefer clean and simple. bb435 has a cleaner look, while sire v3 has a cluttered look (so much controls) for my taste, but bb435 has a weird round shape, sire has standard body shape which I like it more, so I am not sure which way to go electronics, i am noob, so i prefer the simple one, and I hate batteries acceptability ... while both bass are good, i think sire v3 is more popular while this doesn't necessarily mean better somehow it affects my decision its nice that both has body thru string feature Thank for your feedback
  4. thanks for those inputs, I guess there's not much need to worry about the structural side. Does the 200 series pickups considered good? Many thanks
  5. Please help me decide between yamaha bb235 and yamaha bb435, if money is not issue i'll get the bb435 easy decision. I am struggling with the following points. Major Struggle 1. Multi piece neck, by common sense i think this is so much better than the one piece, but other brand like fender as far as I know doesn't have this feature in their hi-end models, so am I right to conclude that one piece will do its job, and this multi piece neck are kinda of marketing stuff? 2. Body thru stringing, I believe this remove a lot of pulling stress from the bridge. I always had a fear of screws holding down the bridge could eventually get loose. Does unscrewing and re-screwing of the bridge will result to a loose thread for the screws? Minor struggle 1. nuts - can be easily upgrade no big deal 2. 4 vs 6 nect joint bolts 3. I like the colors more on the 200 series than the 400 series Thanks
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