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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by HiEnd Basses, Mar 20, 2016.
Flats, 0-25% open. I like it thick and dark. Just like I like my...
With SS rounds, about 80% to 100% depending on the song.
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The other end: Punk Rock, the other one: Jazz, Jamerson, Duck Dunn. How much I open it depends on in which end I wan`t or need it to be, but my default is around 20% open. This is why I love Precision, no BS but a interface that can be operated succesfully by a technically challenged person like I am. I`m dreaming of an amp with tone and volume knobs only
I feel that any nuance between either all the way off or all the way up gets lost in a live setting. If it's cranked anywhere but off, you lose the resonant lower mid "hump" inherent with that particular design. If you roll it anywhere less than full "up", you are just sucking highs from what can be heard through most live mixes. So for me it's carrots.
zero with the LB100
Really just depends on the song for me.
I start with treble fully rolled off then I slowly dial it back in until I start hearing that P-bass grind. This typically happens about a quarter of the way in, varying by the amp I'm using and the room acoustics.
I am testing out a Pj 5 with the orange cap for the tone knob and have been adjusting pretty much every song to suit I think it makes it a big difference what is in your tone stack
There's really no right or wrong way to set your tone. Basically, it's what sounds best to you.
Depends. Sometimes full on. Sometimes full off.
I change my knob quite often depending on the song. Mostly between 20%-80%.
I use rounds so I keep it around 70% for Rock and around 40% for R&B.
Move it back and forth till it sounds good
Lately, I'd say the standard (HF) tone has been ranging from 20% to 40%. The Q-filter mid-cut has been ranging from 40% to 70%. The SX P has flats, and when I play it, I'm usually wanting a tone that has body but not a lot of highs.
I use the whole range. Gives me everything from vintage thump to bright clank depending on what I want.
MIM P with Quarter pounder.
-When practicing it's almost all off.
-When jamming it's 3/4 on
-When performing it's full on.
I'm not a fan of treble, but in live and ensemble situations you need those highs and high-mids to be heard. I also use never-changed pure nickel strings, so my tone is pretty warm to begin with.
With my fretless LTD 214 P/J (flatwounds) the treble is nearly always full on and I flavor my tone with pickup combinations.
100% full open. Dial down a bit if I want it mellow. I don't like it all the way turned off.
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