#2
I really dont think that a better quality bass will (unless if it has superior woods), but better pickups may help. and also, try playing closer to the bridge and using your bridge pickup.
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#3
Thnx ive been playing bass and guitar for a while and i can sound the harmonics but it seems to be very difficult.

Im in need of new pickups so this gives me more reason now.
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The things that make harmonics sound better are: playing them in the right spot, middle frequency's, and a bridge pickup.

Exactly. Having good pickups will let them sound better, and not really help you play them at all. Do what i did, go to the amish country and sit in a house for a week, with just your bass and learn portrait of tracy.
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#7
Nah i just learnt it. i didnt realise playing futher towards the bridge makes them sound out better,