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Snarky Puppy - bass?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by remcult, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. remcult

    remcult Supporting Member

    Dec 26, 2012
    New Jersey
  2. brandau


    Jan 30, 2008
    Looks like an Alleva Coppola in the vid...
  3. Definitely a custom alleva coppolo 5, fantastic instruments
  4. aguacateojos

    aguacateojos Supporting Member

    Jul 9, 2010
    I've been freaking out over that track for a few weeks, how awesome is that throat singing towards the end? Bought the CD DVD combo.

    Seeing them in March... so pumped.
  5. lowfreqgeek


    Mar 15, 2010
    Tijeras, NM
    The P is a 70's Fender. The Jazz 5 is Alleva Coppolo.
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  6. LeonD

    LeonD Supporting Member

    I saw them last week at Berklee for the first time. Tight band.

    From where I was sitting, it looked like a Fender P bass.
  7. remcult

    remcult Supporting Member

    Dec 26, 2012
    New Jersey
    thanks everyone, awesome info
  8. NightCat


    Apr 4, 2013
    WOW - Yeah, that's how it's done.
  9. mileyj


    Feb 10, 2011
    Atlanta, GA
    Anyone know if he has flats or round wound strings on that thing? His tone is killer!
  10. Definitely flatwounds on his P-bass. It's really difficult to get that depth in tone with roundwounds.
    Also, his P-bass looks like an all maple '60s Fender to me.
  11. Randyt

    Randyt RAAPT Custom Wood Productions

    Jul 21, 2010
    Barrie, Canada
    I believe he just became an FBASS artist...but in that flick hes not playing an FBASS
  12. noahw1


    Jul 22, 2005
    Los Angeles, CA
    "Can you give us a rundown of your gear?

    I play a 1976 Fender Precision bass with a maple neck that I acquired in a drum shop in Greenville, South Carolina for $700. I talked him down from $900 because they obviously had no idea what they had. It was in bad shape so I did had to fix it up a bit. I guess it was owned by some guy who played at his church in the mountains every Sunday. But he just played acoustic bass, so the electric just sat in his closet for twenty years or something. So that’s kind of like my baby. I use D’Addario Chrome Flatwounds on that.

    For more vintage gear, I have a 1967 Hofner 500/1 Beatle Violin Bass strung with D’Addario Tapewounds. I love that bass. I have a ’78 Fender Mustang with a maple neck. Then I have a 5-string Alleva-Coppollo, which I love. I’m not really a 5-string guy, but I put it on every once in a while and I love it. It’s got kind of a mint green finish with a black pickguard and rosewood fingerboard."
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  13. FerK


    Dec 11, 2011
    I saw Snarky Puppy live this last Sunday, and I took a phone snapshot of his pedalboard. Sweet tone (he played a -P with flats).
  14. himluis1


    Sep 28, 2012
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  15. himluis1


    Sep 28, 2012
    that guy is a beast !!! great guy one if my top bass players
  16. Osztertag2112


    Jan 27, 2013
    Wow almost the as board as me :) the minifooger drive + the markbass octave is an amazing combo! Surprised to see 2 delay pedals though! Thanks for the cool info guys
  17. fuzzychaos

    fuzzychaos Supporting Member

    Mar 17, 2008
    wow, this is why I love TB. I always get turned on to cool bands.
  18. FerK


    Dec 11, 2011
    I was sitting on row 2, barely 10 feet away from him. I saw him use the other pedals just a little bit (if anything at all), but the MB Octaver he used a lot !

    BTW, himluis1, that pic is not from Sunday, right ? Michael was wearing a blue shirt that said "Tots som el Barça" (we are all Barça). :)
  19. lefty007


    Jan 19, 2004
    Miami, FL
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  20. himluis1


    Sep 28, 2012
    FerK that was a while ago at jacksonville fl !!!

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