#3
Sounds like a P bass, full tone, hard picking, through some kind of tube amp.
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#4
i would guess lowing the bass, and raising the high-mids. play quite hard and maybe nearer the bridge
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#5
Thats Rob Wright...dude slams the Bass. He is a P Bass user. Nutter is right on with the rig IMO.
#6
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Sounds like a P bass, full tone, hard picking, through some kind of tube amp.

I'll try that. I just don't have a tube amp. Thanks
#8
Aha...reminds me a bit of Jeff Pezzati's tone in Big Black, but that was Alembics through Trace Elliots, at least on Songs about ****ing...not the most affordable tone...
+1 to the sansamp tho, or a VT tech 21, love mine to death, and both do similiar things
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#9
Rob Wright is a personal favorite of mine.

Here's his set up:


-Completely stock MiM P basses. He actually prefers MiM Fenders FOR the MiM pickups.

-3530 300w Marshall solidstate (hybrid?) head, and Marshall 4x12 guitar cabs.

-Rotosound .045-.105 roundwound strings with a pick

-The only effect he uses is an EQ pedal that he'll sometimes use to cut the highs.


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#10
humbucker style-P-bass pickups, roundwounds, use a pick, lots of gain and and a full frontal assault style attack.
also, set amp eq- bass 5, low-mid-5, high-mid-7, high- 7-8.5