#1
Does anyone have any hints with this? Doing it with a band currently and just wondering whether anyone's got any tips (especially in terms of the bass amp)

Here's what I'm doing:

The Hunted Crows debut EP (released last Sunday 21st September)
https://soundcloud.com/thehuntedcrows/sets/the-hunted-crows-ep
Sniff You Out music video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRYoUtO6NSY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRYoUtO6NSY

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#2
Sweet! I dig that and want more! I'll play bass for you.
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#3
Nice track man really digging it! I would say you're just gonna need to get a good ABY pedal one that can lift the ground loop and change phasing and you'll be laughing!
#4
To clarify, are you asking how to get distinct true guitar & bass sounds out of a single instrument, or are you just talking about splitting your signal in some way?
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