#2
You need a bit of distortion and just move close to your amp till you get a nice sound.
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#3
Same as on guitar: Crank your preamp, crank your bass, get some nice volume (and a distortion pedal if possible, makes it easier), then just hold your pickups up to the front of the speaker and wait for the whine.
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#4
lol i got my boss pedalboard, anytime i touch that distortion pedal, since i face my amp most of the time, feedback..........isnt bass feedback bad for your amp?
Try adding more delay.
#5
It doesn't harm a guitar amp, so I don't see why it would to a bass amp.
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