Posted by admin on Monday, June 11, 2012 · 8 Comments
Juan discusses some of the characteristics of his ’78 P Bass.
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Thanks for sharing Juan!
it’s always really interesting to hear from you. Your videos are well made, the attention to details (cross-fading signals to get the sound directly from your bass, instead of just getting the Mic’ed signal, like in so many other videos!!) and the “montage” is good.
Just wanted to say that’s it’s really inspiring to see you work, and to listen to you talk about your gear and instruments. Keep the good work!
- PO – Montreal, Qc. Canada
GREAT sound on the first set of pickups… I’m jealous man
Keep the wisdom coming, im so glad this website is active now.
You may already be in the works of putting this out, but can you go into a little bit of detail about how you like to arrange your chain of effects? I’m curious about what you like to put first, and why it works for you. don’t worry if it takes you 6 minutes or more to put that in a video. You’ll keep my attention for sure! Another topic i think would also be kind of cool, is to hear how you fit in your instrument with others such as guitar, or keyboards.
You are helping inform and inspire many musicians. Keep up the good work, Juan. We appreciate this dearly
Great site, if possible can you demo some compressors.. There are so many pedals out there. Would be good to hear your view on Boss, MXR, Aphex, and so on..
Thanks! I’m a big fan. Please keep these videos comin’! Cheers.
Juan, I love the bass. I am a strict P-Bass man myself, and I’ve been thinking about experimenting on my 2nd bass. I pick in the sweet spot by the back of the pick-up, and I’m thinking about maybe yanking the stock P pick-up and routing in a humbucker like your Nordstrand. Are you running that pick-up passive? And which model norstrand is it? it sounds fucking awesome!
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