#1
hello everyone! I'm finally understanding everything about how intervals work and I also play guitar so that says that I know how to harmonize, but when I Play my counterpoints, and harmonizing notes on bass I have to play the octave of course, and I want that deep bass tone though, it just sounds like i'm playing a guitar.

Can you guys/gals give me some tips on getting more "tone" with harmonizing on the bass, rather than just playing octaves?

Thanks a lot.
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#2
Less treble and more bass on your amp and find a smoother tone and it won't sound so much like a guitar.
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#3
Yep, for a more "bass-y" tone, I would slightly boost the bass and mids, while rolling off the treble a little bit.
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