Trying to recreate a mistake i liked
So a while back I started using my A-teck wireless again. without even noticing, my bass had a AMAZING sound. The sound was almost Chorus like. but even the whole bass had a punchy sound, even with the Bass eq knob turned all the way down. The only downfall to this was the low strings/notes were too chorusy and were muffled and there was some buzzing, especially in recording, BUT the high notes sounded AMAZING, especially when i threw on my chorus pedal. I started using this alot with some of the leads and solos I do in my band, but most importantly every notes on that bass had an even low end.... anyway, ultimately the buzzing and almost "out of tune" sound (as my guitarist puts it) was not worth it and I plugged back in and eventually got the Joyo Wireless (LOVE IT). all those awesome low ends are now gone and when I do my solo's and roll off the Bass EQ knob, they're gone also and when I do the tap playing like Ryan of Mudvayne, it doesn't have as much punch or low end as it used to, so I am now trying to experiment and see how I can recreate that A-Tech mistake sound in pedal form. Has anyone ever experienced this or tried using Treble boosters for solo's on Bass, I know most treble boosters cut the low ends, I basically want my low ends back when I roll down the Bass knob on the eq cuz my bass (Washburn 18V modded XB-400 with alot of personal modifications) has ALOT of different sounds. Any advice would be great...
Last edited by Bagusys : 12-10-2012 at 03:48 AM.