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rikshaw

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There ( ^ ) Or My advice. There's no better advice than HEARING IT.

Hearing a JAZZ pick up is (I'm told cause I am not into that tone).

That it is like euphoria. Hell, no pickups the same even if it is cranked one by one by hand OR machine. So go out and pick up a set that maybe your favorite Jazz bassist uses. Personally I'd maybe try a Seymour Duncan. If you want I hear Semour himself will wire you a pair to make it hotter or sound more vintage.

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There ( ^ ) Or My advice. There's no better advice than HEARING IT.

Hearing a JAZZ pick up is (I'm told cause I am not into that tone).

That it is like euphoria. Hell, no pickups the same even if it is cranked one by one by hand OR machine. So go out and pick up a set that maybe your favorite Jazz bassist uses. Personally I'd maybe try a Seymour Duncan. If you want I hear Semour himself will wire you a pair to make it hotter or sound more vintage.

 

 

that's true with Seymour Duncan, BUT. I had a converted a P-Bass Deluxe into an Active P-Bass Special (Deluxe has the P, and the Double coil Jazz, converted the Double coil to a single) so i'm able to get that p and j tone. if you have a jazz, then i'd say you could use two noiseless Fender Jazz or go with Seymour Duncan's.

 

it's all you dude, we're just here to help:thu:

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