C minor bluesy Octaver bass practice

FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites Noodling with my MXR bass octave deluxe pedal with a little talk about what I usually play when improvising over a minor tonality. I'm playing a Fender Precision 70's bass with flatwound strings I'm "babysitting" for a friend. Regarding "fret noise": Its the acoustic sound of the bass strings you hear getting picked up by the microphone, im playing with a very low volume on the amp, hence the string noise

Joeglow said,


June 24, 2010 @ 6:05 pm

What a coincidence! I just ordered a new MXR Octave Pedalyessterday. My old one was, well, just old and the new technology which is designed for bass frequencies unlike my old Boss pedal which was designed with the guitar in mind. I use it all of the time and you can do some rreally cool funk stuff with it. If I can ever get some video time I will submit a clip of my TC rig and new pedal in use. Thanks Thomas.


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