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Old 11-05-2021, 11:16 AM
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Itís the P/J model with volume/blend; active EQ; mid range and sweep. Currently I only have a Fender practice amp so not a fair test, but I can get a lovely retro sound and a real twang/funky sound, but havenít found a mid point yet. The EQ seems just a touch too sensitive. However, I think that this is more due to the limitations of the amp.

It plays really well. I have a Sire V& with flats and I thought that played well, but the Overwater is much better even with roundwounds.
I'm selling a TC Toneprint bass combo, if you're interested?
I use a Trace Elliot head with a Mesa Boogie cab. Both 80s.
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Old 11-05-2021, 11:49 AM
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I have been using a couple of jojo amp simulated pedals at the end of my pedals to record my guitar and I have to say I am quite impressed. I have the Vox, Fender and Marshall models and I am not so fond on the Marshall, but the Vox and Fender ones are better sounding than my solid state fender amps. Also no issues with loudness
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Old 11-05-2021, 11:58 AM
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I'm selling a TC Toneprint bass combo, if you're interested?
I use a Trace Elliot head with a Mesa Boogie cab. Both 80s.
I have a new Eich combo on order. Itís somewhere in the English Channel right now!
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