Meshell Ndegeocello and Reverend

Many bassists find it tough to decide between the punchy low end of a P-bass or the tighter tone of a J-bass. Reverend tackled the problem with the Decision bass, and Bass Gear magazine’s latest cover story tells you how and why. The stellar review also includes input from our own Joe Naylor on how the Decision bass measures up and the philosophybehind our entire bass line. Says reviewer Alan Loshbaugh, “[It’s] the one bass you can cover any gig with,” describing how you can blend the separate “P” Split Brick and “J” Rails pickups to create a tone all your own or to go with the tried and true classic tones these pickups were based on.

This issue of Bass Gear also shows Joe Naylor with one of our favorite bassists, Meshell Ndegeocello, who is interviewed separately and
discusses her basses — including her Reverend Decision.

Cover Shot >>
Meshell Interview >>

Reverend Decision Review >>

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