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Getting a deep tone with an iMic

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I want the tone heard here: YouTube - CHRIS REA "Josephine" Extended Mix 1987 (about 1:06 in)

What EQs should I set?

I'm playing through an iMic right into my MacBook and it's crisp, but probably too crisp. Listen for yourself here:

If you listen closely, you can hear a slight ringing/string buzz at the end of a pluck that makes it sound amateurish and metallic-sounding. Unfortunately, my Fender Squier Jazz Bass has only the most basic knobs.
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