Aside from cool modeling and tone tweaking tools, the little Bronco is an ideal bass box for studio or practice.
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By John McVarish | May 29, 2014
A bass that can do it all...or at least come close enough for jazz.
I'm making a list
So what does a demanding bassist require and how much are we (my significant other and I) willing to spend? First off, I'm old school and have never played in a pop band with a 5-string, but I'm ready to take the plunge. I've tried many 5-strings in stores and I want one that articulates well in the lows with a bottom B string that is more than a finger rest. For that, a 35” scale is near the top of my wish list.
A No-Compromise Bass Guitar Built for the Road
Detail and craftsmanship at an affordable price
TonePrint gives this compact combo endless tonal dexterity