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Advantages of an mm/j

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by krazy_olie, May 14, 2006.


  1. krazy_olie

    krazy_olie

    May 10, 2004
    What are the advantages of an mm/j config over say a p/j or a single MM. Coil tapping aside your single coil is at the neck, which is not really where you would want it, as all the midrage goodness comes from the bridge. Someone prove me wrong :)
     
  2. I have had a Lakland with MM/J and a Musicman with the single pickup. The MM/J is a lot fatter, particularly when playing direct in the studio. I would also play it with the MM solo which also sounds good. I never solo'ed the J in the neck. I don't think you can go wrong with any bass with a MM pickup in the bridge position. Personally, I prefer the Musicman bass to a Lakland for a number of reasons. The swamp ash of the Lakland has a much snappier tone that the poplar of the MM which I like better, although some may disagree.
     
  3. RichSnyder

    RichSnyder Supporting Member

    Jun 19, 2003
    Columbia, Md
  4. Woodchuck

    Woodchuck

    Apr 21, 2000
    Atlanta (Grant Park!)
    Gallien Krueger for the last 12 years!
    I found this to be the case with my Godlyke.
     

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