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Mighty passive Jazz Bass electronic

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by freu, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. freu

    freu

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    don't ever underestimate the power of the passive jazz bass electronic.
    sound tips for beginner.
  2. SquierJazz72

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    I really do like the passive Jazz bass. I'd like to add an active bass at some point, but I have found the passive Jazz to be a pretty flexible instrument. You can get some pretty bright, forward sounds or darker, thicker sounds, and a fair amount in between. I've only had a Jazz bass for a little while, but I discovered a lot of those tones myself, just playing around.
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    I'm probably putting myself on blast, but I have been playing for about two years and am just NOW getting used to my volume/tone settings after watching this video. Those sound tips were great, and I feel like an idiot...
  4. freu

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    after many years playing a jazz bass this vid was a real mind opener for me.


    It has changed my whole approach to playing bass.

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