#1
Title says it all... Can any give me (or try to get me) some settings for the bass tone on Planet Caravan, by Black Sabbath? It doesn't have to be exact, but if I get some ballpark settings I can tweak from there.

Also, does anyone know what Geezer used when he recorded the Paranoid album? I've heard talk that it was studio created versus him using a Laney amp.

Thanks for the help guys!
#2
He's always been a p bass through Ampeg kinda guy hasn't he?

His tone comes pretty much as standard after that.
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He's always been a p bass through Ampeg kinda guy hasn't he?

His tone comes pretty much as standard after that.



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#5
what gilly_90 has said is correct, but that's not the end of the story. Geezer plucks very gently and smoothly near/on the neck for that song.

It's all in the fingers.
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#6
Sweet, thanks for all the replies guys I'll try some tweaking on my current setup and see what I can do.