12 days after surgery, I now have a right eyeball that is half gas and half liquid. The liquid appears to be on the top, since vision is inverted. So it's still not usable, and I have to cover it with a patch because the sloshing is so distracting, but the little I can see does appear to be in focus. Another week and I might be able to do some work.
Hi all . I hadn’t picked a bass up since I was 19 and I’m 56 now but due to being furloughed I decided to record some songs that I’d written . I need a bass and found this on Facebook market place for an absolute snip at £25 reduced from £100. It’s got some scars and the neck was all over the place but after a total strip download clean and professional set up I must says that it now plays like a dream and sounds great . The guy who was selling it was moving house and didn’t play and just wanted rid of it . It had brand new strings on it which he put on to help sell and a very newish Fender strap. There is no identification on it apart from Tanglewood and as I wanted to find out something about this range of basses I contacted them and they sent me pictures from their 1997 brochure with my bass type in it . They told me that it was probably made between 96 and 99. Now I can’t put it down and I’m enjoying bass playing again . Has anyone else got one and what’s your views . By the way we spent more than £25 the night before when recording on pizzas and beer .