Freethenoise . Joined: 04 Mar 2013 Posts: 292
Posted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 12:04 pm Post subject: James Johnston Signature Squier Jazz Bass first impressions
I've never listened to Biffy Clyro or whatever else James Johnston might be in, I honestly had no idea who he was before I tried this bass out in a store the other day.
What really drew me to it in the store was the colour and matching headstock. Matching headstocks give me the vapors.
Action is low, but not super low.
The brass bridge saddles are a really nice touch.
The only thing I kind of have a complaint about is that the edges of the pickguard near the cavities are really crappily done. I'll get some close up photos soon of what I mean.
I recorded these couple of clips direct into my interface using a free VST bass driver. I'm not really much of a bassist, I bought this for recording solo stuff and it's perfect for me in that regard.
Fakir Mustache . Joined: 25 Sep 2013 Posts: 3535
Posted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 1:09 pm Post subject:
looks good and sounds nice what you did with it.
I only buy synths with mini keys as I like the shortscale synths.
I don't need to have a conversation with my fridge. I just need it to keep my cheese cool.
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