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  1. Hey Tony it's unbelievable! I'm so happy woth it The kingwood fretboard it's amazing too At some point after Xmas ill have a video up Also if those restriction get lifted I'm might be travelling to Germany by car so I might pop in and leave it to you for a week so you can have some fun 😉
  2. Pasini epitome custom 😜 Hope u well Tony
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  4. Couldn't agree more This are spectacular basses I m having one made which should make is way to me next week Love Enrico work and people always compered them to fodera but I have to say they do have their own identity. I would prefer this to a fodera but obviously this only my opinion 😉 If wasn't this time of tge year and all this covid, I would def purchase this Glwys Tony
  5. Hi guys by any chance do you know tge size of those tuners? Need one replace or maybe all
  6. I know the guy personally I ve sold him a bass and met up in person When I got there I had to deal with his mum then I realised he was only 14. He's mum was trying to knock off £300 of my old G&l I ve also sold him a carvin for about £750 and within one week was on ebay for £2999
  7. Thank you!!! Studio is coming up nicely.... My only concern was the desk positioning As recording live instrument, voice, guitar I use the room next to it as it has no window and it is half the size, so it's much easier controlled. I recorded vocal before in tge little room, microphone at tge center of the room and room has no echo reverberation and managed to get great recordings in there . My main issue is the larger room as its been set up for mixing really What I'm gonna do next is put few panels up on the reflection point of the speakers and perhaps few above the monitor. Room doesn't sound to bad but woth a spectrum analyzer I realised there is a bit of reverberation which need to be killed and that's why I ve the 1200x600x25. Where would you necessarily put the duvets? Regards Tony
  8. SO would you put the desk and monitor on the shorter side of the wall with tall wall in the back or other way around?
  9. You exactly right my friend It is a roof space but has its good side to it So for me my biggest concern come when creating a space for mixing that sounds good (not perfect but good!) As it's a roof space I do pick rain, not wind tho and as for the neighbours, we'll I don't have any as I'm on tge corner and I rent the unit on the other side too so all good there. Also being an industrial estate, closes its doors at 5pm after thst I'm always on my own, notice not an issue. Regarding outside noise This is the smaller room in the unit and the room next to it it's slightly bigger and I Tought of setting up a little vocal booth, so when it rains I can still record vocals and guitars. So where would place the desk? Higher wall? Will the slanted wall kill tge sound gradually? I remember reading an article where they always reccomend Ed using the higher wall to set your monitors but can't remember if that it's really what I actually read 😂😂
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