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Fender jazz deluxe V 2011 pickup

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by lukiluk, Jun 24, 2013.


  1. lukiluk

    lukiluk

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    Hello to all .. I have a Fender Jazz Deluxe V of 2011 .. beautiful bass. but I would like more growl .. The pickups N3 seem a mid scooped .. I was looking at the Seymour Duncan 67/70..anyone has tried them? Any other suggestions? Thanks to all
     
  2. AngelCrusher

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    Have you tried adding mids with a pre? The aguilar tone hammer can add mids in for you. They compliment a jazz bass rather well.
     
  3. lukiluk

    lukiluk

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    I Add low mids from my Markbass, but I would like to play in flat, no eq.. I wish more low mids from pickups..
     
  4. tedsalt

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    I would suggest Lollars and DR Lo-Riders. I'm running my Dlx J Active V passive (took the active circuitry out, replaced w 250k pots and Stellartone Tonestyler). Now I'm in the process of going fretless ...
     
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  6. lukiluk

    lukiluk

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    Dr lo rider.. Nickel or Steel?
     
  7. AngelCrusher

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    Growl is such a tough word to use because it means different things.

    To me the 62 Pickups in the fender roadworn jazz have a lot of growl in the upper mids.

    The Lakland 5506 pups have growl in the low mids, but as a result, the tone is a little veiled in the upper mids.

    I think you may like the Nordstrands.
     
  8. lukiluk

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    The Nordstrand nj5f I read that sound modern and have little mid scoop .. I know that Lindy Fralin would be my choice but they cost too much .. For this I was oriented on Duncan 67/70 .. but I do not find opinions about them
     

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