Join Date: May 2016
Location: Deltona, Florida
I thought the body of a bass provides a surface to brace the instrument during play, to keep it from turning.
Isn't it harder to play when you have to support the instrument and "fret" the strings at the same time?
Judging from the lack of raised center strings at the bridge, you're picking/strumming the strings.
Doesn't the front of the body provide some kind of "indexing" for your hand?
I don't play, so I am truly wondering if playing a bass like yours is more difficult than playing a traditionally shaped bass.