#1
My bass string(6) is louder than the rest. Why is this and what can I do to fix it?

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#2
wrong place
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#3
Quote by shredforbread33
wrong place


No, he's talking about his low e string on his 6 string guitar.

I would recommend lowering the bass side of your pickups if all else fails.
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#4
Quote by shredforbread33
wrong place


He's talking about the low E string, if I understand correctly, not an actual bass.

Threadstarter: lower the poles of the pickup you're using on the side of the low E string. Just turn the little screw next to it and mess around with it until you're satisfied.
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93 Jackson Dinky Professional Reverse
98 Jackson Kelly KE3

Peavey Bandit 112
Custom 2x10 cab w/Bugeras
#6
Lower the bass side of your pickups, but not so much that its uneven. Maybe lower the Bass on your amp's EQ.
#7
Quote by qotsa1998
Lower the bass side of your pickups, but not so much that its uneven. Maybe lower the Bass on your amp's EQ.


There's nothing wrong with it being uneven.
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