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Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by KhalinDiggins, Jan 12, 2014.


  1. KhalinDiggins

    KhalinDiggins

    Jan 12, 2014
    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
     
  2. philvanv

    philvanv Gerbil Turds, Kitsap County Turd Core

    Jul 2, 2012
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    and at the bottom it says thank you, and now you can **** off
    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.
     
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  4. MovingPitchers

    MovingPitchers A Geddy Lee wannabe Supporting Member

    Jun 9, 2013
    Vancouver, B.C
    Have you tried plugging it in and playing it?

    Passive pickups are the most common type of bass. Don't worry.
     
  5. Nope.

    Unless you want to add a transistor or an opamp or something.
     
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    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
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    P.S. I'm kinda an jackass and I'm drinking a really big glass of wine
     
  7. Projectile

    Projectile

    Feb 5, 2009
    Obvious troll post is obvious.
     
  8. philvanv

    philvanv Gerbil Turds, Kitsap County Turd Core

    Jul 2, 2012
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    and at the bottom it says thank you, and now you can **** off
    More wine=sarcasm in later posts I personally hope :rolleyes:;)
     



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