#1
Me and a friend swapped instruments - I loaned him my old Squier bass, he gave me a Reverend Volcano in return. He never played it, I guess it was something he had lying around his house. After a few days, being curious and being surprised at well it played, I looked up the specs online - turns out its a pretty nice guitar.

It's two humbuckers - 3 knobs, and a 3 way switch. I had assumed it was Vol-Tone-Tone.

But the company website has the controls listed as Vol-Tone-Bass Contour. Then proceeds to not explain what it is. I've messed with it a bit, but haven't really noticed any sort of significant alteration in tone. Is it something stupid like the Fender greasbucket tone circuit?

Insight?
#3
From what Ive read on fourms and such its basically a tone knob for the low-end, hence it being called a bass contour knob.
#4
Quote by kopaczkiller
From what Ive read on fourms and such its basically a tone knob for the low-end, hence it being called a bass contour knob.



so all the way off would be just treble?


its basically a knob that take your tone and castrates it?
#5
Quote by rickyj
so all the way off would be just treble?


its basically a knob that take your tone and castrates it?

Sounds like it.
A tone pot already cuts some treble, I can only imagine this thing all the way... up? Down?

All the way bass.
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Tell us, is the black box lying?