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Wolf Eliminator, bass, 16 gram brass
Wolf Eliminator at Quantum Bass Center


 
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Solid brass weight, 16 grams, wolf note suppressor for bass - made in USA. Friction-fit to the afterlength of the string. Slides to position the weight precisely over the offending oscillation and stamp it out like a bad virus. Install on your A string afterlength, about 1.5 cm below the bridge for starters, then slide it lower no more than 1-2 millimeters at a time, and you'll find the wolf. In rare instances, it may need to be closer to the bridge than 1.5cm. If you slide it around by larger distances, you may be fooled into thinking you need a larger suppressor to do the job, at the sacrifice of healthy, clear overtones that you want to keep.

Why do we stock this brand? We find it to be the simplest and most effective. And why 16 grams? It's really important not to add more weight than it takes to reduce the wolf note just below the threshold of intolerable annoyance - we have found heavier suppressors to be overkill and, as such, not really useful. Our commitment to offering bassists the products that have been thoroughly investigated and really work leaves us with the 16 gram - one and done, bada boom.

For more information about wolf tones and less-intrusive ways to manage them, see our article "The Big Bad Wolf Tone"

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The easiest to use January 17, 2017
Reviewer: Steven Hanrahan from , Choose State United States  
I've had a couple of types of wolf suppressors over the years, and this is by far the simplest to set up.  The ones with the rubber insert and screw are a pain, don't get those.  That being said the Quantum repairman adjusted my hass so there is practically no wolf even without a wolf suppressor, so I took it off and have not had to use it in the last year or so.  I am keeping it in my case just in case the wolf comes back when I'm traveling or from some other change.

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