#1
How do i raise the pickups on my squier j bass? I lose the low end on the A D and G strings, and i want to see if this will remedy the problem.

I dont think its my EQ, because i just set it flat and i still lost the low end

thanks in advance
#2
There are screws on both sides of the jazz pickup. You raise them by loosening them, and lower them by tightening them.
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#4
lower the bridge saddles?
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#5
nope, that means theyre as high as they can go. theres nothing you can do to gain low end on those strings because there IS no low end on them. well the a has a bit and the d a LITTLE, but next to nothing on the g. try adjusting the bass settings on your amp or buying a new amp with a 12 or 15 inch speaker for heavy lows.
#6
Or, drop the other side of the pickup to drop the treble!

Then, just turn up the amp.
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