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After having read this thread, I now fully understand why the great Pareto's principle is applying about wood and tone :

 

I'm still laughing out loud after having read the names of guys who just can (sometimes hardly) play a pentatonic and just repeat themselves over and over with sometimes changing the key, but considered greatest guitarist(s) of all time. :shok:

Thanks for giving me the answer to my perpetual questioning about this consensus. Uneducation is the key to the answer.

Wow, I'm still amazed by the answers.

Anyway, so long, and thanks for all the fish.

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1 hour ago, EssentialTension said:

Do basswood Squiers sound like basswood EBMM Bongos?

Just asking for a friend, obvs.

Do Squiers have the same preamp, pickups and pickup placement as Bongos?

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On 22/04/2021 at 17:00, Hellzero said:

Leland Sklar is using mandolin frets because he says he can get a sound quite close to fretless. It's him saying that, not me.

I had a few basses with mandolin frets and I never heard anything coming close to a fretless sound...

Just shows that your hearing is rubbish. Uneducated hearing, that's your problem.

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