Dating epiphone bass guitar

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The tone is full and rich, very bass oriented on the neck pickup and very crisp and clear on when using the bridge pickup.Like most short scale basses, the attack isn't very sharp, but more about that issue later.When using distortion, I usually turn the volume down a little to get a better tone.Both pickups work great for distortion, the tone can be varied easily by using the controls without having to mess around with amp settings. The problem is that a short scale bass like this one usually doesn't sound sharp enough for that.Not only was the manufacturing quality improving, but the quality of the REPLICATION was reaching new highs.The lawyers at Gibson started to get restless, and young guitar players like myself were also getting restless…

Univox, Kawai, Silvertone and Domino were starting to deliver guitars that – from a price / quality point of view – were beginning to eat into the markets that Fender and Gibson dominated.There were only two major negative things about this bass.One is the noisy pickups selector, which I fixed, and theother one was the fretboard, which did not look very good when I got it.I play mostly classic heavy metal and hard rock, sometimes a little bit of black metal and progressive stuff.This bass suits all styles well, if you know how to use it. The sound on that one isn't too great, which is mainly the amp's fault and has nothing to do with the bass.

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