I recorded on this bass most of the material of my band,on all recordings it stands out for its magical sound and well Syl'shitsya in the mix compared to my Fender Jazz Bass Because when I play Jazz Bass is not clear what kind of bass is playing and when on Wal immediately clear what it is. Sound 10/10 clearly there is nothing to say it sounds perfect Convenience 10/10 very convenient for me bass when you play for a long time at a concert is very convenient. Material build quality 10/10 Assembled perfectly. Overall rating 10/10 I love this bass.
How to tell which Wal model is which.
There is very little difference in tonal qualities for the Wal basses. They all feature the same circuitry that gives them their signature growl. The differences actually lay in the appearances between the MK 1, 2, and 3 bodies.
The MK 1 features short, stubby horns and a flat back end. They closely resemble a Fender Precision bass that has been squished bridge to neck.
The MK 2 features a much longer top horn but is generally the same shape as a 1.
The MK 3 features the longer horn of the MK 2 but also adds in a slanted back end behind the bridge, running from the strap peg inward and upward towards the players chest. The photo for this entry is accurate as being an MK 3 Wal.