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Discussion in 'Electric Upright Basses (EUB's) [DB]' started by nil, May 2, 2001.
Wow! I want to hear that!
Hopefully before too long I can get my turntable somehow connected to my computer. Or maybe I know someone with a USB turntable; I'll have to ask around.
Man you do that....that's history there. I want to hear it too!
Wow Gary Karr one of my favorite.
So, are these strings out yet?
The last new upright Labella string I know is the white nylon.
Heads up Ampeg fans. My Baby is posted in the classifieds, if you know anyone looking for a Baby Bass.
For Sale - Ampeg Baby Bass
I've been checking out this thread again now that I've been playing my Ampeg again after not touching it for years.
Does anyone have a standard formula for how far to unscrew the pickup adjustment screws after they are tight enough to completely choke the pickup?
Here is some info in return!
Pulled from a latin jazz email list ages ago....
Jon Fausty engineered the majority of the major New York latin music recordings of the the 70's and 80's. Here is his secret sauce for baby bass eq.
"Not all baby basses sound fat to begin with. Make sure the bridge is adjusted
evenly to give an even volume [amplitude] from the four strings. Apply a
shelf EQ of +3db @ 80Hz. Attenuate -4db @ 1.3Khz with a Q of1.0. Compress
mildly no more than 1.5 to 2.0db at a ratio of 2 to 1 with an attack time
50ms and a release time of 100ms. This rudimentary formula should get you in
the ball park."
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Does anybody know I'd if the 41" scale length was constant through all the production years of Ampeg baby bass?
I would really appreciate any information