- - Help!
|KhalinDiggins ||01-12-2014 11:55 PM |
My new bass that just got does not use a battery. Is it possible for me to solder a battery clip into my bass to possibly get more sound? Sound as in bang
|philvanv ||01-13-2014 12:07 AM |
You have a bass with passive pups, there is no need for a battery. You may put the type of bass you have if you have more questions in the future.
|jazzonlyjazz ||01-13-2014 12:08 AM |
Have you tried plugging it in and playing it?
Passive pickups are the most common type of bass. Don't worry.
|line6man ||01-13-2014 12:08 AM |
Unless you want to add a transistor or an opamp or something.
|Jensby design ||01-13-2014 12:57 AM |
Welcome to Talkbass. As you for new here it is hard for us to tell if you are serious or not. Please feel free to utilize pictures and the Smilies to your right.
My new :bassist: that I
just got does not use a battery:eek: Is it possible for me to solder a battery clip into my :bassist: to possibly get more sound:confused: :rolleyes: Sound as in P.S. I'm kinda an jackass and I'm drinking a really big glass of wine
|Projectile ||01-13-2014 01:01 AM |
Obvious troll post is obvious.
|philvanv ||01-13-2014 01:01 AM |
More wine=sarcasm in later posts I personally hope :rolleyes:;)
|Jensby design ||01-13-2014 09:48 AM |
See there's 2 of them!
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