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Posted by Dime (18.104.22.168) on October 23, 2002 at 01:49:35:
In Reply to: Re: ESP B-50 posted by Tristan on October 23, 2002 at 00:08:25:
: Dime, you have to go to a store that stocks this bass, play it unplugged then if you like the feel of it play it plugged in and mess around with the tone controls to see what it can do. In fact play a whole bunch of them. Don't choose an instrument based on what it looks like or what the manufacturer say.
: I like the look of the new generation of basses ESP etc. so I tried a bunch of them unplugged and they didn't pass my playability test. The last bass I tried was a Fender because I am not a huge fan of the vintage look, but this bass kicked ass.
Thanx a lot. But ESP guitars are not presented in our local store(-s) :((( I can't just go'n'try.
I play bass solos sometimes and Fender with its 20 frets (last 4 are not easy to access) is not enough :(( Looks like ESP doesn't have such a problem.
Could you tell what may be/is wrong with ESP?
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