#1
around the 12th+13th positions on my fretless on the E, my bass amp makes this horrible, muddy buzz. It's a pretty low end amp, and I'm wondering if that is why it sounds so bad, or if it could be frequency issues with the room I play in.
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#3
what amp is it?

it could be due to a bad set up on your bass.

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#4
Fender rumble 100 >.>
It's not a very good amp.
And shinhoman, can you elaborate?
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#5
well if the neck relief is not correct, it could cause buzzing in some parts of the neck, while other parts remain uneffected. what is you neck like? straight or bowed?

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#7
My bass sometimes does the same thing, and I got a small room, so I think it might be that.
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