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Time to switch things up?

If it has strings...

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Re: Time to switch things up?

Post by TPJ »

Looks great. Have you played P basses before? Asking as I hadn't and I have two now. A bitsa and a MIM PJ. A revealation for me was finding that swapping a polarity switch on one of my pedals made all the difference between a wooly tone and a sharp cutting tone.

That slab bass should sound fab 👍
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Re: Time to switch things up?

Post by Stan_da_man »

My very first and only P was the first bass I ever had - a Peavey Milestone II. Only took 18 years for the second one!
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