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  1. [quote name='Subthumper' post='46345' date='Aug 16 2007, 12:09 PM']Assuming you've got a nice set of strings(EQ wont cure or bring back lost harmonics) I'd set everything flat on the amp and the cab horn control.Then turn the amp up till you've got the right sort of volume you need to be heard when playing with the band.Then use the EQ.What I've found is the EQ requirements change with volume (and the room you're in),so as you play louder you actually need less boost than you do playing at lower levels.This also keeps a tighter sound and stops all the power being guzzled up by over boosting the low end. Good luck cheers Just[/quote] I agree.I hav'nt used the EQ on my old Trace head for a year or more.I only use the bass pot on my Warwwick.Seems to work.
  2. Warwick Corvette $$,very versatile but bloody heavy,and a Status groove,light but with a thin sound.
  3. Most Fenders.They always seem to have a deafening E-string.
  4. Hohner B2A(headless stick bass) and Hohner JJ(jazz style). Do'nt laugh,they both looked and sounded great,especially the JJ(it was purple on a curlyish maple top).
  5. What kind of bass player am I?The one that the song needs! I do'nt slap or tap,just play simple,solid lines.
  6. lee4

    Lee4

    Hello,I'm Lee from Surrey,now playing bass for 21 years. My gear list is;Warwick Corvette $$,Status Groove(both 4 string),old Trace 300 watt head into a Peavey 1x15 cab,and Elites strings. Right now I'm trying to get the hang of this site,any tips greatfully recieved!
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