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Frank Zappa and the Mothers
Gerry Mulligan and Chet
Economically speaking, Fender Rumble would approximate it. Use the "Vintage" setting. Maybe a bit of foam under the strings. Never use anything...
I have 2 P's with covers and 4 without. I find I do adapt to the covers on, easily, then I don't think of them at all. (then again I dont slap)
Looks to me as way-overkill. Just learn how to do your own setups properly and accurately to your own preferences.
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Wear the round wounds. Turn your tone knob fully CC and you have near flat wound tone.
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Far and away, the most important person in the and is the one who books the gigs. A distant second is the one with the most music training.
Nice bass. Nogotiate the price down maybe 15%. Then go for it.
Keep it set up properly. Change strings when they need it. It will outlive you.
What gigs? Where are they?
My vacation/travel rig: