#1
I'm thinking what would it be like to have a mudbucker in the bridge position and nothing else except maybe a neck position one? think it'd have a heavy yet growly tone being there?
#2
It might. The only way would be to try it. That's a big pickup, so be ready for a serious routing job on the bass.
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#3
I've always wanted to put a mudbucker in a Jazz Bass. Two would be even better.
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#5
Meh, I actually planned on putting on in the bridge only or maybe a 2 bucker one in the jazz or maybe the neck position
#6
Quote by askrere
Meh, I actually planned on putting on in the bridge only or maybe a 2 bucker one in the jazz or maybe the neck position


Bridge position is the way to go. Youd probably get some really bold growly goodness. Now in the neck position I'd go for a standard single coil. Two mudbuckers is too much mud for any bass. Dx
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#7
^ Yea, I'd love a mudbucker bridge and an old style P bass single coil neck maybe.