#1
Im trying to get a very aggressive Jbass sounding attack through my pbass. I was wondering how i could do this. I think either i could stuck a jbass pickup into the bridge section or just mess with the eq, but does anyone know of the best solution? I generally play very trebley with almost nonexistant lows and a little bit of drive
#2
the best way to get the sound of a J bridge pick up is to put a J bridge pick up on your guitar. btw, when I think of aggressive attack, I think of a P pick up.
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#3
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Im trying to get a very aggressive Jbass sounding attack through my pbass. I was wondering how i could do this. I think either i could stuck a jbass pickup into the bridge section or just mess with the eq, but does anyone know of the best solution? I generally play very trebley with almost nonexistant lows and a little bit of drive



From your description, it sounds like you're looking for a guitar rather than a bass.
#4
Mmm...It's hard to tell you how to get a J bass sound on a P. Especially when it comes to attack because the attack on a P bass is usually preferred. maybe add more bass and low mid. keep the treble boosted but not at 11. I think messing with the EQ will only get you so far with a P bass. This would be a bit easier to fix if it was the other way around.
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#5
Trade your P for a J, then everyone wins, especially you!

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#6
This is odd. I'd bring it up with some professionals...

P and J are sold as different types for a reason! Haha.

Well, best of luck.