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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by rberry7777, Sep 30, 2013.
Anyone doing it and how?
Lots of people do this with a Ric.
+1 the first step is to have your bass wired for stereo. Rickenbackers have this option stock, most don't. Once you have that, use a stereo TRS cable that splits to 2 mono TS plugs, and run each to it's own amp.
Check out the original 12 string bass that Tom Petersson had Hamer build him:
He could get a different amp for each string set.
I'm not going to a separate amp, but I have wired each pickup to a different socket to mix them on my pedalboard rather than passively in the bass. The '2 sockets' is kind of ghetto - going to re-do it with a 2ch cable at some point.
in 1973 Phil Lesh used seperate amps and seperate speaker towers for each string on his Alembicised Guild
Don't try this at home kids....
Billy Sheehan is main one. I do it, P bass, J pickup against the neck, two volume controls, each with own output. Lots of dynamic control.