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Is that a problem that I can't fix? Cause I can do it, in the mix..... Sep 14, 2017

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    1. slagbass
      Is that a problem that I can't fix? Cause I can do it, in the mix.....
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    Current Setup:
    '06 Sadowsky NYC Ultra Vintage
    '01(?) Sadowsky Tokyo RJ4
    '64 Fender P Bass
    '66 Fender P Bass
    '77 Fender P Bass
    '84 Steinberger XL2
    Mesa Boogie Buster 200
    Mesa Boogie Prodigy 4:88
    Demeter VTBP-201
    Carver PM420 Power amp
    GK 150MBE
    Ashdown RPM1 preamp
    Trace Elliot 1153 x 2
    Sadowsky SA410
    Hartke XL 410B x 2
    Previously Owned Gear:
    '05 Sadowsky Metro UV70 - sweet bass, neck was a bit skinny for me
    Pre Ernie Ball Stingray - meh...
    '96 Sadowsky NYC Jazz - cool but I dig full-size Fender bodies
    Steinberger XM2 - well, it looked cool at the time.....
    '93 F Bass (4 string) - sounded great but turns out I'm a Fender guy
    '87 Peavey Foundation - decent starter bass
    '87 G&L SB-1 - gave it away (literally) and wish I still had it
    EA iAmp 600 - sounded ok when it wasn't belching smoke
    GK 200MB - ended up replacing with a 150MBE
    GK 700RBII - great "meat and potatoes" amp
    Trace Elliot 122HV - great LOUD (and heavy...) combo with that zingy TE tone
    QSC PLX 2402 - needed it to drive the EAs
    Eden D410T - sounded pretty cool with the iAmp and a jazz bass
    Eden D115T - thought it might pair up nicely with the 410. Not so much....
    EA VL210B - a bit clean but nice cab
    EA VL210C - ditto
    EA CXL112 - the tone actually gave me a headache
    Influences and Teachers:
    Geddy Lee
    John Paul Jones
    John Deacon
    John McVie
    Carol Kaye
    Glenn Miller (RIP - we miss you down here)


    The older I get, the more I like Precision basses, low action, 15" speakers and tube amps.