#2
Do you mean the Fender Active P-Bass Special? If so, a simple Google search would have provided the answer.
Controls are master volume, pan, and three-band active EQ with treble boost/cut (+/- 10 db at 8kHz, a shift in the cut frequency, and about a 2dB slope per octave), mid boost/cut (+10dB, -15dB at 500Hz, and a wide band slope) and bass boost/cut (+/- 12db at 40Hz, with a 4dB slope per octave).
#4
Okay. Master volume means the loudness of the outgoing signal. Pan refers to how the signal is spread in a stereo sound field (left-center-right). The EQ knobs allow you to boost or cut the signal by a number of decibels (10dB for treble and middle, and 12dB for bass) at specific frequencies (8kHz, 500Hz and 40Hz, respectively). The slope refers to how widely the control affects frequencies around it. The mid control has a wide band slope, so boosting or cutting mids would also boost or cut frequencies far around it, while the treble and bass control have a much narrower area of effect.
#5
No, in this case, Pan blends the two pickups. Full forward means the front pickup is on solo, full backward means the bridge pickup is on solo, and in the middle, both pickups are on. Intermediately is a blend of the two, favouring either the neck or the bridge.
#7
Quote by thefitz
No, in this case, Pan blends the two pickups. Full forward means the front pickup is on solo, full backward means the bridge pickup is on solo, and in the middle, both pickups are on. Intermediately is a blend of the two, favouring either the neck or the bridge.

I stand corrected. Thanks for explaining.