#1
http://line6.com/bassfloorpod/sounds.html

i have a P-bass and dont like my sound want to play some jazz is this a good pedal?
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#2
no. for jazz the closest you're gonna get, in my experience, are roto trubass 88s.
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#3
Jazz tones won't come from an effect processor. You get a traditional jazz tone by using flat wound strings and EQing your amp right
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#5
Dan is right, you won't get an upright sound from a processor, which is what I think you are looking for. On an electric, you would need to go fretless and throw a set of Roto 88s or another type of tapewound. Even then, its going to lack the organic mwah of an upright.