#2
I think he's using a pick...
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#3
Nope, I watched all their live DVD's and he's using 2 fingers

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#6
he puts flatwounds on a p-bass, i'm pretty sure thats where the biggest influence of his tone comes from
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he puts flatwounds on a p-bass, i'm pretty sure thats where the biggest influence of his tone comes from


Listening to that, I'd struggle to believe that those were flats.

Regardless, TS says he has the same strings.

In terms of EQ, I'd say just boost the high a lot, and cut the mids.
#8
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Listening to that, I'd struggle to believe that those were flats.

Regardless, TS says he has the same strings.

In terms of EQ, I'd say just boost the high a lot, and cut the mids.


They are flats.

There is a picture of steve harris' trace elliot preamp with his eq settings if you look.

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#10
hmm, no I never thought of that. but yeah, I boosted the highs alot and have mids around 12:30 or so, and It gives a somewhat Steve tone, so thanks
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