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DescriptionThe EXB is an unconventional equalization control for bass that increases the low and high frequency regions while reducing the midrange simultaneously to provide the gain and punch that bass players want. Slap players will especially appreciate its superior clarity and percussive quality. Similar in design and construction to the EXG, this unit is compact and will fit into most EMG equipped instrument control compartments without any modification. Instruction and wiring diagrams are included fo
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Discussed in Single parametric bass tone control in the TalkBass.com community
Surprised this sort of thing isn't more common. Yamaha's NE-1, the control on a lot of Eden amps, all of them essentially a one-knob 'smiley EQ' that dips mids while boosting lows ... ... more
It's the main reason I use Eden amps. Tremendous EQ control. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the Mesa WD-800 also has a 3 band parametric EQ as well. ... more
Discussed in Fender Jazz Bass Special - Circa 1984-87 in the TalkBass.com community
One of my Jazz Specials what I sold recently had the original TBX with active EMGs and it was pretty decent. Definitely worth to swap the tone pot to the TBX. But since you already have active EMGs I'd try the EMG EXB which is similar to the TBX or the BTC control what's an active bass treble control. The downside is the ... ... more