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No need for a DI?
Checkt out the dealers on Daniel's site:
Nice work and great sound. Definitely can hear the Spector in it. Did you play with a pick?
Well, to each their own. :)
For me all these features are mandatory since I purchased the OCSD mainly as a silent practice tool and my bass sound...
If you don't need the mid controls, the headphone amp and the aux in, absolutely go for the mini. :thumbsup:
Just tried it. Makes a huge difference. The sound is a lot tighter especially with the growl switch engaged.
Yeah that's side-by-side or in-line. Split coil means to me the coils are offset
I was surprised too, since the reason buying them was me thinking they're round core. But they weren't terribly stiff for hex core in these...
Sure. There you go.
IMG_20181101_123009 by BigBenH18 posted Nov 1, 2018 at 4:02 PM
I was also pretty sure that they have strung them with D'Addario EXL170-5 SL. At least all of the former BB X-series had them. Even the Japanese...
What's your definition of a split coil?
A split coil for me is a P style pickup.
A humbucking J for me is a side-by-side or in-line humbucker.
DiMarzio Model J DP123
But those in line humbuckers generally don't sound that great in parallel.