#1
I've always wondered what effect Paul Gilbert's bass player used.
Or if any at all.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eBzEw-88EE
That video is a good example.
Sounds like a chorus a little but it's kinda strange.
Figured bass form would know more than the gear forum in this case.
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#2
Whatever Billy Sheehan uses. That's his exact tone. Should be just the mudbucker/p combo with the P going through overdrive.
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#3
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Whatever Billy Sheehan uses. That's his exact tone. Should be just the mudbucker/p combo with the P going through overdrive.

Yeah. I just noiticed their tones are like exactly the same.
But he only uses 1 pickup. (PG's bassist)
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#4
Well, Billy only uses the mudbucker as a clean sub, so a P pickup'll do.
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