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1973 Fender Musicmaster bass


Fender Musicmaster Bass | Technical Specifications

1973 Musicmaster bass | Musicmaster Bass Soundclips

Here are some soundclips of this bass through a few of my favourite vintage bass amps:

Vintage Guitar Soundclip:
1973 Fender Musicmaster bass
through a
1964 Ampeg B-15N

1973 Fender Musicmaster bass1964 Ampeg B-15N
Recorded with a Shure SM57 microphone, into an M-audio mobile pre USB interface.

Amp settings volume 5/10, treble 5/10, bass 5/10.

Bass has Labella Deep Talkin' flatwound bass strings.

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Volume 10, tone control 10

Funk with the odd slap and pop - then a straight walking jazz/blues bass. Both played fingerstyle.

Played with a pick - some real punch for more aggressive basslines.

Volume 10, tone control rolled down to 0

Fingerstyle. About as fat as it gets on a Fender Musicmaster.

Played with a hard pick right down at the bridge. Nice.

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