#1
I have a pretty decent bass rig, but there is one problem with the sound. Lower notes (E/A strings) greatly overpower higher ones in terms of volume. I was looking for a way to correct this.

I found this pedal, seems like it should get the job done. Has anyone had any experience with it?

My rig:
Gallien-Krueger 1001-rb II
Genz Benz 4x10
Stingray rip-off

Also looking at getting a Sans Amp afterward.

Any help is appreciated
#2
turn up the highs on your amp or lower the lows
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#3
raise the treble side of your pickup
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#4
Quote by Slashaholic
turn up the highs on your amp or lower the lows

tried, doesn't get it done without making the tone sound like ****

I like how it sounds, but the dynamics are unbalanced.
#5
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raise the treble side of your pickup


This.

Raising your treble may work, but it also adjusts every other note's tone due to overtones.
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#7
Try raising the treble side of your pickups a bit, as suggested before!
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#8
If nothing else works I would suggest reevaluating your playing technique.
Checking that out first sure beats paying money for a pedal if you don't need it.
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#9
It's not just my bass that does this. I've lent my rig to other bands at shows, similar problem occurs.

I think it may have something to do with the cab, as I used an Ampeg 4x12 on my band's record, and it seemed a little more even

But seriously. It's not the EQs on my amp or bass. I've tried everything with that.

Does anyone have any sort of experience with this pedal? That's kind of what I'm looking for...
#10
The pedal will do the job fine. But as other people have said, there may be an easier solution.

Having said that, stingrays are know for their 'quiet G's' so try another bass maybe.
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