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I just don’t think some people appreciate how much the natural/ acoustic tone of the instrument goes through the pickups and the amp. Start by...
These kind of posts seem like people are trying to use logic to determine how things theoretically sound.
Here you go. Tone wood, or in this case tone steel, making a characteristic sound:
I absolutely hear the acoustic sound and tonal color of the unplugged bass when it’s plugged in. But mostly only when the volume or overdrive...
Something to do with Brexit?
No, if you have the ball end wrench it can go in at an angle without taking off the neck. Fender bass truss rod wrench.
It’s seems like with these, since the techniques, strings, and pickup placement are about the same, the differences are probably some baked in eq...
I’d say the things that are most recognizable in a recording. Technique, and strings, and fretless.
Otherwise it’s more subtle eq type things....
Like cars, if you want value buy lightly used just a few years old. Brand new and ancient vintage tend to be a rip.
Slightly changed Fenders are...
That strat is a very respectable sunburst I’d say. Not a tacky target burst.
1924 Gibson mandolin. The sunburst is stained, not spray gunned. The original type of sunburst AFAIK
1963 Mosrite bass. I’d call it a clownburst, target, bullseye German burst!
This thread should be titled clownburst - why so out of style?
Or, sunburst vs clownburst, what’s the difference?
I love a nice sunburst, yellow...