Is this a P Bass?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by LaBassGuy, Dec 26, 2013.


  1. LaBassGuy

    LaBassGuy Supporting Member

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    If so, how is it so defined, even and tight sounding?
  2. MDBass

    MDBass Supporting Member

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    Doesn't sound like one to me, but if it is you can be sure they were running at least one of the studio's compressors on it ;)
  3. LaBassGuy

    LaBassGuy Supporting Member

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    Yeah I bet. I bring it up because to me P bass sounds a lot more . . . boomy. This sounds tight.
  4. DWBass

    DWBass The Funkfather Supporting Member

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    Definitely not a P-Bass. Not sure what Harold Robinson plays but it's def a modern 5-6 string.
  5. LaBassGuy

    LaBassGuy Supporting Member

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    Got it. Something with the treble rolled off. For a minute there, I had a p Bass GAS.

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