Monday, 18 February 2008
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This works very well. It's a piece of Aurelex monitor foam and has a long wedge shape. It does the Jamerson thump very nicely What have ya'll been using?
13 years ago
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For the few times that I actually require a very muted sound, I palm mute. It is always accompanied by playing with a pick to get the extra click out of the thud. Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes) gets this treatment.
13 years ago
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[quote="Smallmouth_Bass":a9082rr7]For the few times that I actually require a very muted sound, I palm mute. It is always accompanied by playing with a pick to get the extra click out of the thud. Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes) gets this treatment.[/quote:a9082rr7] Interesting. On Seven Nation Army I switch on the pre (bass boosted, treble flat), solo the bridge pup and play aggressive, staccato, finger style. This is one of the few songs I use the pre for. I'm going to try the pick, mute technique next time. I've not tried any fixed muting, but may give the foam trick a try.
13 years ago
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I also have a high gain setting on the SansAmp, so the chorus doesn't get palm muted but does get the full rage treatment. I also use the neck pickup (ABI - no bass or treble boost). Everything sounds huge.
5 years ago
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Been thinking about this lately on my Super P... will have to find some foam and give it a go!
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I'm using the Gruv gear fret wrap. I slide it mostly past the nut for open, pull it up a bit for more mute. Truth is, the Dingwall headstock shape and slanted nut aren't ideal with the fret wraps. For really thumpy, I palm mute. I might have to try a piece of foam and see where it goes. How are the Super Series strings coming along?
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