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  1. Kev

    Joe Hubbard Warwick signature

    Thanks for stepping in, my efforts to get back on topic have been ignored somewhat and I keep getting baited back in by those naughty Spector folk! ;)
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    Dakesis, Fury and Cenfora

    We're having a party on Saturday night to celebrate 10 years of Dakesis, with Fury and my band Cenfora. Proggy, melodicy, power metally goodness in the centre of Birmingham for a fiver! Be awesome to see some of you guys down, we're first up and will be playing our album "The Progening" in full! The Progening on Spotify
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    Joe Hubbard Warwick signature

    Can you link me to the source which documents when Spector requested royalties and Framus/Warwick refused?
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    3Leaf Chromatron - new filter!

    That bezel though... No respect for Mr Doren anymore and don't really wish to fund his business ventures, but interested in what he has come up with here. New logo is hideous, another price rise, something special or is this just a rebadged Wonderlove?
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    Utter disaster. I give up.

    Oh noo! 😴 Everyone's worst nightmare when it comes to truss rod adjustment. All is not lost, necks can be repaired and be stronger than ever, but yeah its the money thing that's the issue.
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    Darkglass X7

    Not had that much time to play with the X, but initial tests were very good. Hoping to get a tone dialed in for at least one track at the weekend gig, see how it compares to the AOU/B3K combo. I think it’s a stand-alone pedal thought, haven’t achieved great results stacking yet, which is odd for Darkglass but I guess given how it work it does make sense.
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    Joe Hubbard Warwick signature

    Nope πŸ™‚ only one Thumb I have owned has notably neck dived, a Bolt On 2000 model with a big chunky neck. The multiple NT models I have had have balanced wonderfully at a variety of strap lengths. Like I said previously, if anything the older ones are body heavy due to the dense bubinga and thin necks. ANYWAY WHY are we having to talk about Spector in a Warwick thread again? πŸ™‚ Funny how there is relatively little Warwick talk in a Spector thread...lets forget all that and just concentrate on not being Fender players together 😁
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    Joe Hubbard Warwick signature

    Yup, that clears it up nicely. No ripping off, loyalties paid when asked, now developed and improved beyond the previous design, all good πŸ™‚ Re upper fret access, my thumb is cut away to the 24th fret, some basses don't even have that many to begin with! πŸ˜‚
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    Fanned fretless - no really!

    Probably belongs to the bassist of Little Mix...
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    Fanned fretless - no really!

    Fanned fretless Dingwalls i have seen are unlined too....πŸ˜‚
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    Joe Hubbard Warwick signature

    Yawn. Spector players forever upset that Warwick made a better bass with their design. Ripped off? History (or perhaps english) lessons needed πŸ˜‚. Nice read, Joe. Great to see you on here. I'd recommend you play some vintage Warwick instruments, they all tended to balance much better in the eighties with less material in the neck. My Thumb has zero balance issues, at a push its body heavy
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    New Darkglass Pedal

    Not knowing anything about the SC really, is it a digital comp with one knob, with all the parameters being set by software?
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    New Darkglass Pedal

    The audience can hear the difference, they just don't know they do
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    New Darkglass Pedal

    i have never felt a need for multi band, certainly couldn't agree that it makes no sense otherwise. Out of interest, how do you use this aspect? The HPF is enough for me on the CB and HL.
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    New Darkglass Pedal

    As far as I know, they had a power supply issue for a small number of supplies on the initial run that, darkglass being darkglass, they instantly offered to repair for free, covering shipping. Not ideal but dealt with well. The FET mode does everything the Cali76 / CB did for me, just with more control in the Suite and the bonkers all buttons on mode of the 1176. The BUS is super transparent and the SYM is the SS. Metering is excellent. Its cheaper that the Cali and offers much more, smaller footprint and better metering. Easy decision for me, but I don't pretend that my ear is as sensitive as some.
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