Dating epiphone basses

29-Dec-2016 21:45

It all boils down to whether or not you are able to try them out first. I bought two Vintage Modified basses and was very happy with both. I have heard pretty much the same bout Corts as I have about Affinitys.

But, if you are capable of trying them out first, it couldn't hurt for you at at least check them out.

Obviously a crap bass would ruin it all, but that is exactly why I am asking around, looking at reviews and am very grateful for all your help I would buy any Ibanez SR300 or above for under 0 used sight unseen almost ... after I've tweaked and re-tweaked the setup a billion times. Will try to look for a used one, and I`m adding it to my mental list.

maybe just 1 or 2 pics to make sure it was not run over by a truck. That Ibanez SR300 played great right out of the Fedex box. I am also quite unsure how to quantize the difference in price with the quality of the instrument, so I am fairly uncertain waiting to get some more spending cash pays out.

I am considering these right now, which are all around the same price range: Squier Affinity Jazz Bass (if Affinity I would definitely go for the Jazz and not the PJ) Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass Cort GB-34 I would go for an Epiphone Thunderbird, since I am satisfied with the brand but the markup on the local stores seem MASSIVE.

EB-3 seems to be out everywhere, and the rest of the Epiphone basses do not seem that great or are out of my price range.

But, if you are capable of trying them out first, it couldn't hurt for you at at least check them out.Obviously a crap bass would ruin it all, but that is exactly why I am asking around, looking at reviews and am very grateful for all your help I would buy any Ibanez SR300 or above for under 0 used sight unseen almost ... after I've tweaked and re-tweaked the setup a billion times. Will try to look for a used one, and I`m adding it to my mental list.maybe just 1 or 2 pics to make sure it was not run over by a truck. That Ibanez SR300 played great right out of the Fedex box. I am also quite unsure how to quantize the difference in price with the quality of the instrument, so I am fairly uncertain waiting to get some more spending cash pays out.I am considering these right now, which are all around the same price range: Squier Affinity Jazz Bass (if Affinity I would definitely go for the Jazz and not the PJ) Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass Cort GB-34 I would go for an Epiphone Thunderbird, since I am satisfied with the brand but the markup on the local stores seem MASSIVE.EB-3 seems to be out everywhere, and the rest of the Epiphone basses do not seem that great or are out of my price range.Of course, you could always buy online and take it to a local guitar shop or friendly tech to have anything you were worried about looked at.