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HumblePie

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  1. Of course, if you like the Humbucker sound, go for it. The open treble register and the responsiveness was great with the Single Coils, but most players associate Fodera with this Humbucker tone I guess.
  2. Sad to see the change of pickups, it was great with the Single Coils.
  3. The pickup alone is 773€ plus tax. https://wilson-pickups.com/product/k5-2/ Derek builds double basses for famous orchestral players and soloist in the 20000€+ range.
  4. Two more sets of the Thomastik Spirocore are sold.
  5. Too heavy for me, but this is a great instrument no doubt.
  6. MTD uses a 3-Band EQ, vol, pan and an mid-frequency switch. ELECTRONICS The pickups and active electronics are a proprietary design for MTD made by Bartolini Inc. which consist of a master volume and pan pot, treble, mid, bass cut and boost, with center click (from neck to bridge). The three position switch selects the mid range cut and boost point. Down is lower mids, center is middle and up is upper mids. When the mid pot is at center click, the switch has minimal effect. The EQ has 2 batteries and our new proprietary Bartolini/MTD preamp is +18 volts. It will debut at NAMM 2020, replacing the previous +/- 9 version while keeping the same voicing.
  7. I would like to know too. Also the saddle width.
  8. I have updated the post, every set of strings that is in the first post with picture is still availiable. Edit: So I still have some Thomastik Spirocore and Superflexible.
  9. Very cool bass.
  10. It would reflect the value of the instrument to a player, but no 7ender on the headstock makes these basses a bargain.
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