Moderators Kindness Posted October 25, 2007 Moderators Share Posted October 25, 2007 Traditional deadspots are caused by destructive interference caused by resonance. Here is a post where I respond to hasbeen on the topic at talkbass: deadspots. There are other causes, such as improperly driven frets, high/low frets, etc. These other causes are not the traditional "deadpots" but the effects are similar. Every bass has one or more deadspots. The only question is whether you notice or care. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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