#2
play using a pick with high mids picking at the end of the neck. Idealy you would turn the neck pickup to full but silly P-Basses only have one pickup. It'll be very difficult to emulate him with a P bass.
#3
Quote by Spaz91
play using a pick with high mids picking at the end of the neck. Idealy you would turn the neck pickup to full but silly P-Basses only have one pickup. It'll be very difficult to emulate him with a P bass.


Hmm that's strange seeing that he has used p basses for years; and TS play over the neck with your fingers (not a plectrum), roll of the tone control and boost some of the mids. That should give you a geezer tone.

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EDIT: is the link supposed to take me to a Mr T prank call video by the way?
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#4
Quote by shinhoman
Hmm that's strange seeing that he has used p basses for years; and TS play over the neck with your fingers (not a plectrum), roll of the tone control and boost some of the mids. That should give you a geezer tone.

x

EDIT: is the link supposed to take me to a Mr T prank call video by the way?



o.o


Sorry.

>_> Had the wrong vid coped.
#5
what shinhoman said + flat wound strings. (or dead roundwound)
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