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You say Here, hear for yourself Click to expand I was looking around on TB for suggestions for a replacement for the Squier Cabronita bass I just bought and lo and behold I came across this thread. For me the biggest issue was those glamorous pole pieces and how they sounded if I dug in and hit them with the strings.
The FOH guy was not a fan lemme tell ya! It seemed like when i got the pickup adjusted to a good height, then it was too high and I kept whacking the thing, but if I adjusted it lower the output would drop very very noticeably. Big no no here- the pole pieces dont line up with the E and G strings and there is a very noticeable drop in volume because of it.
Raising the individual pole pieces up under those respective strings then makes them susceptible to getting hit by the strings. A vicious cycle to say the least!
I love the top end on the two higher stings Playing fast on the E and A got muddy real quick. I tried a few different strings over the course of the tour I just did and the results were always pretty much the same so I think I can rule out strings as being the culprit here.
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