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  1. Feb 18,  · If you are using a J bass neck and an electric bass bridge you are building a fretless bass. Please do not delude yourself. The distinction is significant. My personal feeling is that the barker type basses are a joke, a cosmetic novelty. Make a nice semi hollow fretless p bass with some flat or ground wounds strings.
  2. Sep 04,  · Q: I’ve been wanted to get a fretless bass recently to expand my horizons, and a question that’s come up in my mind is the type of stings I’d play on fretless. Roundwounds, flatwounds, half wounds so many to chose from and all with different pros and cons. Right now I play roundwounds. What are the pros and cons for strings on a fretless in terms of tone, feel amd wear and tear on the.
  3. But I certainly remember bass playing friends of mine removing the frets from basses, to convert to fretless, and I can understand why you would want to do this with a bass you don't currently use. I'm pretty sure my friends just knocked the frets out and didn't worry too much about doing it properly.
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