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How to octavate the Hohner Lx200B?

Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by Hary, Sep 22, 2000.


  1. Hary

    Hary Guest

    Sep 19, 2000
    Hungary, Veszprém
    My bass is a Hohner-Rockwood Lx200B.
    I have a question in connection with it's sound.
    I'm hungarian, so I don't know the perfect word for it:
    You do this to make the difference between for example The E0 and the E12 bounds one octave.
    So if you understood me, and can give a help, please answer.
    Hary
     
  2. jfsjbb

    jfsjbb

    Aug 29, 2000
    Hi Hary,

    Welcome aboard!

    I guess that what you mean is setting up the intonation of your bass.

    There are some clear step by step instructions at the following page:

    http://www.fender.com//customshop/basssetup.html

    They are written for fender basses, but as the fenders still are <B>THE</B> standard basses the instructions are going to help you with any bass. You may have to use other tools, depending on your bass, but the basic principle is all the same.

    Hope this helps!