#2
it conveniently scoops your mids, giving you a nice slap tone. or something along those lines.
#3
(I own this bass)

It cuts the mids a tiny bit and boosts the bass massively.
I never use it unless I want reall head throbbing bass to [iss off the neighbours.

If you're planning to get this bass heres a few things you should know: the plastic fretboard is clacky and gets covered with scratches from playing after a few days. There is high pitched noise when you you increase the treble by any amount. I recomend, unless you really want an active EQ, tryin the VM series. (I wish I had :\)
#4
Quote by Spaz91
(I own this bass)

It cuts the mids a tiny bit and boosts the bass massively.
I never use it unless I want reall head throbbing bass to [iss off the neighbours.

If you're planning to get this bass heres a few things you should know: the plastic fretboard is clacky and gets covered with scratches from playing after a few days. There is high pitched noise when you you increase the treble by any amount. I recomend, unless you really want an active EQ, tryin the VM series. (I wish I had :\)


Sounds like something I'd definately use quite a bit!
Thanks for the feedback though, I'll definately keep that in mind, I am after an active EQ ideally, as my other bass is passive, and I like to have some variety.


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#6
What it does i think is boosts or cuts the mids from 400hz to 800hz i think its something like that. On my fender dluxe i usually leave in postion and use the other knobs to make a slap sound.
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#7
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You're welcome. But, like any bass, you should try it in shop first.


Yeah, I always make sure I try basses out before rushing into a buy


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#8
Yes, it is clacky, yes, it can have sketchy electronics. But for 300 bones it's an amazing fiver that can get a sound for any gig and feel good in your hands.