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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by sammyfallen, Apr 23, 2009.
Bass has been fixed!!!!
Could be. How high off the 'board is it? Any buzzes/rattles?
Also, what condition are the strings in?
I Would Say The You Should Change The Strings And Adjust The Action/Nut To Your Liking. And Stop Typing Like This
How close are the strings to the pickups? If the strings are too close, the magnetic field can deflect the strings causing dobro-like vibrato--sort of. Is that what you have?
If so, lower the pickups a few 16ths of an inch.
a jazz bass with a fretless neck that he acquired through a trade
Ahmmm, the difference a coma makes.
All I had was a simple question.
I know how to play (Classically Trained) & set up a bass.
Some of my fellow members are a far to cynical, and don't give us young guys a chance.
FINALLY! Someone else agrees! This is a great day.
If you set up the bass properly and are trained, what does it seem to be? If its not the set up, or the strings?
I tried everything I know to do.
That is why I can't figure out the problem.
I thought some of the MORE EXPERIENCED members may be able to offer me a helpful suggestion.
I.E. - Could it be the electronics within the instrument?
Geez, I was just trying to help.
This is a good one...
Does it do it regardless of which pup you use?
Did you change the strings? I don't thiink it's the strings, but you never know I guess.
Did you replace the battery?
I was not referring to you (jordasch) in anyway, just a couple in the beginning of the thread.
Why can't we all get along?
Tried both pick ups & Yes to all of the above.
Open notes or fingered also?
Details of set up?
Is this your first fretless?
Get ready for him to flame us again. HE set up the bass, and put new strings on.
Dont hurt me!
What did you trace the problem to?