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Trace Elliot T-Bass - Active Mode lower output than Passive Mode
I recently got hold of a Trace Elliot T-Bass 5 string.
What a fantastic neck, tension and tone. Very responsive bass.
However, the output level in Active Mode is significantly lower than that when in Passive mode.
I have searched forums and seen hints of suggestions questioning the quality of circuits and components.
That is something I would not and do not imagine of a Status Graphite made bass.
Any thoughts? Are they meant to be like this?
All help appreciated.

Fender P & J, Rickenbacker 4003, EBMM Sray, Spector NS, Gibson EB, Aria ProII, Ibanez MC,
Status Graphite Series 2000, The Groove Bass 5 & Trace Elliot T-Bass
Warwick Thumb, Yamaha BB, Hofner & Epiphone EB
Hi, not sure what circuit board the T bass had, does it have a 'trim' pot on the board to increase gain?? Hopefully someone here will know the answer.
Basses by Status, Sandberg, Warwick, Music Man and Fender. Aguilar and Eden Amplification
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