Re: tuning pegs

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Posted by Steve DePra on October 29, 2000 at 12:51:50:

In Reply to: tuning pegs posted by crazy guy in a suit on October 29, 2000 at 11:58:21:

: : :I'm trying to figure out when the switched to the Shaller type keys. Steve

: : : hi;

: : : I have been a guitar player for a few years. I just got a bass to record with, it's a '68 gibson EB-0, but I think it still has the original strings on it!!

: : : I don't know much about bass strings, but this bass sounds a bit muddy with the tone control anywhere but on "10". what would you guys suggest? roundwounds? I know flatwounds supposedly sound duller.....

: I'm trying to figure out when Gibson switched to the Shaller Type real shiny chrome keys. Steve
: : : FWIW, I'm using a '70's tube SVT head w/Traynor 4x10 cab, has 4x150 watt emminence speakers in it. top-of-my-head favourite bass sounds are bob marley, led zeppelin, police, pink floyd, meters, yes.

: : : thx in advance for any help!!

: : :HI SUIT MAN.I think that bass will always sound muddy with either new flat strings or round wounds since there is only one farty humbucker near the neck, and more importantly, a 30 inch scale. By the way, are your tuning keys flat like a fender or chrome looking Shaller types? Steve

: thx for the for my tuning keys, they're flat, kind of "key" shaped at the head. and shiny. why?

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