I bought an amp at an auction, with no power cord. It takes the standard 3 prong end. If I were to splice in a normal cord, just to see if it works, does it matter which side of the cord goes to which side of the amp "Prongs"? I can answer questions If im not clear enough.
Im talking like 10 seconds of on time till next week when I get my amp, and power cord, back from a friend.
P Bass- "rougher" tone. J Bass - Cleaner, yet "Plump" sound, If you will.
I personally prefer P basses for my style of music, but J's rock my bed.
If having trouble deciding, what about a P/J combo? I have great luck running either teh P or the P/J, but the J in the bridge position lacks "Power", aka, if your going for a J bass sound with one, its not gonna work.
Anyone have any tips for his little up/down "flick" of his fingers? I can go all down, but that makes it difficult to do the part just after the chords. BTW I normally play with a pick, coming off guitar, so any tips to get me used to finger picking is good.
I hear about him all the time, insults I mean. Yes, he was "Gay", but was he also not one of the most influential singers of his time? Im sorry If Im ranting, but this stuff angers me. He was gay, big shit, he also wrote/sang some of the greatest songs/anthems ever.
What sound does it make? I can't make anything out of those pics. I would try to resolder just in case (if you haven't already). Also, make sure you haven't knocked any wires loose and that the harness is plugged in nice and tight onto the board.
Well, I use a bass, so it just almost jumps up an octave, like you turned it on, but it just doesnt wah. Ive tried resoldering and checking everything. Wires are fine. Do you think my pot could have gone bad?
and how do you plan on curing the neck dive? or that bridge popping off amidst a brutal solo... that nobody can hear anyway? hmmmm? or, if you play the short scale neck for a month straight and discover normal scale is more difficult. fine if you don't want to slap. have fun ignoring an interesting deviation from the norm that actually succeeds in popular music really well. neck dive aint an opinion. and neither is muddy. it's muddy. it sounds like someone chucked a vat of chocolate pudding at a wall. if you like that, fine. just know you're gonna need a really big amp to be heard.
I see your point, and what your trying to get across, but Im just stating that I really liked the one I played.