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I just sold one of my older guitars last weekend, and ordered a slick new one with a maple neck. The new guitar was a bit less than the cost of the new one, so I even made a little cash on the deal!
And Id rather support local.
Originally Posted by doubledenim
You have my blessing on whichever slap-axe makes you happy.

Under one condition.

You buy the shortest strap you can find and play it on your chest.

Imagine a T-Rex playing da bass 🐲
Way ahead of ya, bruh

I took a half day and went down to the local shop but they only have a TRBX170. I asked them to look into acquiring one of the BBs, so we will see what they find. Theyre out of stock everywhere online.
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You have my blessing on whichever slap-axe makes you happy.

Under one condition.

You buy the shortest strap you can find and play it on your chest.

Imagine a T-Rex playing da bass 🐲
Yeah, I mainly like the finish of the 734 and having the option to go active. Im leaning towards the 434 because of affordability.

After watching a lot of videos and doing a lot of reading I can say that I am definitely in the passive pickup camp. Not saying I wont ever go active one day but all the stuff I want to play is pre-active pickup, so passive pickup is all I need.

Happy to say Ive discovered my sound.
Either should be good. I have an old 2004ish BB604 (I think) natural finish and loved it. I don't remember the wood, but that model was very light and agile. comfy. still have it. you'll need a battery in that 734 model, depending on what switch you use. Also, not sure the EQ is worth the extra cash considering you can add EQ via the amp if it has it and/or a plugin with whatever you're recording with. If you're interested in used, you might find one much cheaper at GC online.
I have narrowed it down to THIS or THIS one.
And I am already looking for a new bass guitar. Gotta get back on one soon.

Love this acoustic I traded for but my bass amp is whispering to me: "Feed me."
I just love it when Jeep Bros. don't have fender flares.