#1
i have a boss geb-7 bass eq and was wondering what are some good settings for playing ska i run freetless and flats so my tones deeper than a fretted bass running rounds
#2
I think the key is to add more mid to your tone
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#4
ska is always good.i love ska punk too!
glad that somebody else besides me likes it
#5
Sublime's settings are almost completely sub frequencies if not that sound flat with boosted mids.
#6
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Sublime's settings are almost completely sub frequencies if not that sound flat with boosted mids.

im not looking for a sublime tone my bands mainly influenced by like less than jake and those similar sounding bands
#7
Mid and Bass boost, big treble cut. Use the bridge pickup and play at the neck.
These are guidelines at best though, spend a few hours trying to find your perfect tone, I've spent years...

If your tone was an onomatopoeia then it should be brahh.
Last edited by Spaz91 at Jul 14, 2009,
#8
What kind of ska are you playing?
Edit: also, what amp and bass do you have?
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Last edited by sam_ofzo at Jul 14, 2009,
#9
Mid and Bass boost, big treble cut. Use the bridge pickup and play at the neck.
These are guidelines at best though, spend a few hours trying to find your perfect tone, I've spent years...

If your tone was an onomatopoeia then it should be brahh.
ok ill try that thanx
#10
Quote by sam_ofzo
What kind of ska are you playing?
Edit: also, what amp and bass do you have?

third wave thing less than jake and streetlight mannifesto
i have a beringer 60 watt 1x12 but soon ill have a fender 4x10
and i play a fender mim freetless jazz bass with flat wounds
Last edited by hergenreder at Jul 14, 2009,