Top 10 Best Electric Basses
I've been playing P basses for 40 years. Great all around sound and built like tanks. Never had to use my backup bass at a gig.
BEST EVER. only problem is it makes my amp like sing or whine or make this weird tone when I don't touch the strings. but that's just my bass I think. sounds great, not too much slappy tone, ORIGINAL.
Fantastic bass but Musicman EB Stingray should be there too and would be higher than BC Rich Warlock Bass.
In my opinion, there is a tie between the Fender Precision Bass and the Rickenbacker 4001. Really it all boils down to personal taste. The Rickenbacker is more in your face and trebly, whereas the Fender is much darker sounding. Cliff Burton, Paul McCartney, and Geddy Lee used these basses so you certainly can't go wrong with one.
I always have loved the unique sound and look of this classic rickenbacker. I myself play a Hofner wich I personally think is the best but next up would be a rickenbacker for its amazing sound.
This is a masterpiece but I think it does deserve a spot below the Fender P bass, not above
The most versatile bass there is... Because of placement of pickups and neck shape, there are many different tones that can be made depending on particular technique. The P Bass is also very good, but has less versatility than the jazz bass. The smaller neck of the jazz bass also makes it easier to play fast.
Perfect classic design! Really confortable neck and great sound quality. Just check out, only dhe greatest bass player like Mr. Pastorious and aston barret use it. The p bass its ok. But the jazz got that really depp bass sound that only a fender jazz could give you.
Has an amazing punchy tone. Don't get me wrong, Fender basses are well built but their style SUCKS!
Great tone and packs a punch in each note!
This is the bass Flea played forever.
This bass defines the 80's sound. Great definition with a fantastic attack and a great core. The hardware and woodwork are top notch and the design is bombproof. My main bass since many years and it still puts my Thunderbird, my Steinberger and my Warwick Star Bass as backup basses.
I bought my first bass in 1978 with money I was saving from my first full-time job. A walnut EB-3 (sorry guys it isn't an SG-Bass... It's an EB-3). Jack Bruce, Andy Frazer. Blessed bass heroes. RIP guys.
The bass thumps and sings in a essenstial 60s way. Nothing flash, nothing fancy. Just solid, timeless E-bass.
I love this bass, I have got one, it's really good, the best one of ibanez
Mine has 5 strings, but there are 4 strings and 6 too
It's an active bass, so it's a professional one,
It's really good
You can get it in different colors, mine is black and it's amazing