#1
I heard someone doing it so I got one of does huge tin cans about as big as the body of my electric bass. I don't want to destroy it without knowing what to do. Did anyone try this before?
#2
I've never heard of that before...
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#3
some people make uprights out of washtubs or trashcans. I think you could make your electric an acoustic by adding a body to the bass. Something that amplifies the vibrations (like the body of an acoustic guitar does). I see you allready have something, well try holding it to the body first, firmly pressing it against the bass. Then play a note and see how it sounds. So first experiment without attaching it. And if I were you, I'd never attach it to my bass. Seems like a waste to me...
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#4
http://www.geocities.com/tabs_in_one_fell_swoop/GasCan.JPG

Guitarist for State Radio has a gas can guitar, dunno if the same idea could be applied to bass.
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#5
well, the can resonates along with the strings and amplifies the sound. So it should be possible to do something similar with a bass...
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My neighbour bought his son a Mark Hoppus bass for Christmas, the set-up on it was terrible (the neck had so much bow they should have supplid arrows with it).


Its nice to be important, but its important to be nice...