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Fender jazz deluxe V 2011 pickup

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

  1. lukiluk

    lukiluk

    Oct 12, 2012
    Torino,Italy
    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

    AngelCrusher

    Sep 12, 2004
    Disclosures:
    Mesa Boogie, Tech 21, Taylor, Lakland
    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

    Oct 12, 2012
    Torino,Italy
    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

    tedsalt Supporting Member

    Aug 5, 2010
    The Mild Midwest
    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 ...
     
  5. lukiluk

    lukiluk

    Oct 12, 2012
    Torino,Italy
    Dr lo rider.. Nickel or Steel?
     
  6. AngelCrusher

    AngelCrusher

    Sep 12, 2004
    Disclosures:
    Mesa Boogie, Tech 21, Taylor, Lakland
    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.
     
  7. lukiluk

    lukiluk

    Oct 12, 2012
    Torino,Italy
    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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