#1
Okay, so I got an Aria STB Jazz Bass two days ago. But, um, it has 3 knobs, one is very Big, one is medium sized, and one is small.

The question is, what do they do?

Thanks xD
#3
The three knobs control the much sought-after God Particle. They must be kept in perfect balance or else the Universe will collapse upon itself.

You have been warned.



Just think: this is all that stands between us and cosmic dust...
"Maybe this world is another planet's hell?" - Aldous Huxley
#4
Quote by FatalGear41
The three knobs control the much sought-after God Particle. They must be kept in perfect balance or else the Universe will collapse upon itself.

You have been warned.


Just think: this is all that stands between us and cosmic dust...

You must think that's hard eh.

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#6
Quote by dark Mass
You must think that's hard eh.



Extra knob? Concentric? Toggle switches? Sheesh, how hard can it be to balance the Universe with that?

Talk about taking the sissy way out!
"Maybe this world is another planet's hell?" - Aldous Huxley
#7
Quote by FatalGear41
Extra knob? Concentric? Toggle switches? Sheesh, how hard can it be to balance the Universe with that?

Talk about taking the sissy way out!

Oh noes you don't!
Damn it! Disable can't use disable to disable Disable's disable because disable's disable has already been disabled by Disable's disable!
#10
no 2,8,20, 28, 50, 82, 126 are magic numbers.
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#12
Quote by SamWhiteBASS
Biggest to smallest, Neck pick up volume, bridge pick up volume, master tone


Thanks a lot, er, could you tell me about them. Don't know much really..

Sorry

and Thanks!
#13
Quote by FallenDestiny
Thanks a lot, er, could you tell me about them. Don't know much really..

Sorry

and Thanks!


There's nothing to tell, really. They're standard passive controls. The two volume knobs control the volume of each pickup, respectively. Dial them back and the volume drops. The tone knob controls the tone for both pickups. Dial it back and there is less treble. Simple.
"Maybe this world is another planet's hell?" - Aldous Huxley
#14
Quote by FallenDestiny
Thanks a lot, er, could you tell me about them. Don't know much really..

Sorry

and Thanks!

Neck pickup volume controls volume of the pickup that is nearer the neck and bridge pickup volume controls volume of the pickup that is nearer the bridge. Turn them up to get louder sound and down to get quieter sound. Tone knob controls the tone of your guitar. Turn it up to get brighter sound and down to get darker sound. Oh, and you can turn off the neck or bridge pickup by turning down bridge or neck pickup volume knob. Tweak the knobs and you'll find out what they do and what sound you like. Hope this helped.
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