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$100 bass guitar vs $700 bass guitar vs $10,000 bass guitar

$100 bass guitar vs $700 bass guitar vs $10,000 bass guitar

(2:44) 3 basses, 3 sounds, 3 prices. Which do you prefer? Basses are a Lindo P-Bass, a Fender Jazz Bass, and a Fodera Emperor Deluxe.

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Guest: nate (146 days ago)

Fender $700 bass was a nice sound.

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Fender $700 bass was a nice sound.

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Guest: (147 days ago)

To my untrained ear, it sounds as if you could save yourself $9,300 and buy the Fender. I can't tell any real difference betweeen that and the ten grand bass.

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To my untrained ear, it sounds as if you could save yourself $9,300 and buy the Fender. I can't tell any real difference betweeen that and the ten grand bass.

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iknowlessthanyoudo iknowlessthanyoudo (147 days ago)

The perfection premium is pervasive to varying degrees in the arts, athletics, accounting, medice, law, corporate c-suites, etc..

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The perfection premium is pervasive to varying degrees in the arts, athletics, accounting, medice, law, corporate c-suites, etc..

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MissAnneThrope MissAnneThrope (146 days ago)

I bet the Fodera feels lovely to play. Stays in tune right the way up the neck and not even a hint of noise from the frets. It also has a beautiful tone in the bottom end, warm yet lively. The 9300 difference isn't about sound as much as it is about manufacture and materials - there's craft in the making of that. If I could afford it I would have one; I can't, so I'd happily live with the Fender. That guy has some technique, too. I really enjoyed the video.

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I bet the Fodera feels lovely to play. Stays in tune right the way up the neck and not even a hint of noise from the frets. It also has a beautiful tone in the bottom end, warm yet lively. The 9300 difference isn't about sound as much as it is about manufacture and materials - there's craft in the making of that. If I could afford it I would have one; I can't, so I'd happily live with the Fender. That guy has some technique, too. I really enjoyed the video.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (146 days ago)

I love the curves of Jazz Bass. The Fodera I think is hideous. But as you say, probably a great bass to play.

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I love the curves of Jazz Bass. The Fodera I think is hideous. But as you say, probably a great bass to play.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (145 days ago)

An unrelated question. Why do some Europeans put a decimal where a comma should go when represting large numbers. For example, in the USA, we would say $10,000 but this guy refers to it as $10.000.

That decimal means fractions. So if you're going to use a period instead of a comma, what would you do to represent fifty cents more than ten thousand ($10,000.50)?

Edit: If I tell you pi is 3.142 do you think that is three thousand, one hundred, forty two?

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An unrelated question. Why do some Europeans put a decimal where a comma should go when represting large numbers. For example, in the USA, we would say $10,000 but this guy refers to it as $10.000.

That decimal means fractions. So if you're going to use a period instead of a comma, what would you do to represent fifty cents more than ten thousand ($10,000.50)?

Edit: If I tell you pi is 3.142 do you think that is three thousand, one hundred, forty two?

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Guest: (143 days ago)
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This is so funny. I hope you're trolling because this is such a great example of US cultural ignorance...

You know how in your country you use a period as a decimal marker?... well get this... other countries do it differently! I know, how crazy is that! In fact most countries do it differently. Google 'radix point' and 'SI' system and rock your tiny world.

Your next question? How come people from other places in the world seem to communicate with words that don't exist?

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This is so funny. I hope you're trolling because this is such a great example of US cultural ignorance...

You know how in your country you use a period as a decimal marker?... well get this... other countries do it differently! I know, how crazy is that! In fact most countries do it differently. Google 'radix point' and 'SI' system and rock your tiny world.

Your next question? How come people from other places in the world seem to communicate with words that don't exist?

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