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Great Sounding Bass Guitars

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Great Sounding Bass Guitars

Best Sounding Bass Guitars

Whether you are just starting out or you have been playing for years, finding the right bass is extremely important. When looking for a bass there is a lot to consider. Which would be the right look? Should I go with a 4 string bass or a 5 string? Which brand sounds the best? Pretty much all of these questions come down to personal preference and trial and error to find what suits you best. Below is a comprehensive list of of the best sounding brands. Hopefully it will help narrow down the vast amount of options out there.

Fender:

First on the list is the ever famous Fender brand. Fender is widely known for their impeccable sounding 4 string bass models but also have some very nice 5 string models. The most popular and arguably the best sounding fender model would be the jazz and precision model. If that is not in your budget they have many other great options available.

Squire:

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Squire, also known as fenders little brother, is another great sounding option for a bass guitar. Now owned by Fender, squire produces the great sounding bass of a fender at the affordability of a lesser model. This is a perfect option if you are just starting out or if you are on a budget.

Rickenbacker:

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Though less well known as the previously mentioned brands, Rickenbacker has shaped the sound of rock for decades. With this being a higher end brand, it I not as popular among new bassists. Though many seasoned artists prefer this quality tone over anything else and believe that these bass’s are worth every penny.

Now that we have narrowed down the vast possibilities that are out there, you can decide for yourself which is the best for your personal sound. The best way to pick a bass that has your style is to try it out and decide for yourself which is best for you.

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