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About Hobbayne

  • Birthday 10/08/1964

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    Good old Lundan Tahn

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  1. This one is quite sad. It tells the story of a young man being stood up at his wedding by his bride. His father then passed away leaving his mother to die of a broken heart.
  2. Well, thats put me right off my pot noodle that has.
  3. John Mc Vie. Always melodic and in the pocket, and quite happy to stand at the back.
  4. I would have to agree with Jaco. Its just a lot of notes played very fast in my opinion.
  5. Oddly enough, Its the opposite with me. Both our guitarists are always asking me for help in working out the chords and licks etc. And none of them play bass so my job is safe at the moment.
  6. I have the blue one. It only cost £77 back in March. Played great out of the box with little or no tweaking.
  7. Had one of the first electric bass solos with Nivram IIRC. I had to learn Apache years ago for a wedding. There's a lot more going on in the bass department than I realised.
  8. This old P Bass bitsa I made about 10 years ago from an old Squier MIK body and various bits and peices. The SPB1 Pickup gives it an old school thump that I love and cant get from newer more expensive basses.
  9. Yes thats why I love Teles and Precisions too. Simple plug in and play guitars. Just two knobs to get a geat sound out of either.
  10. I bought this Harley Benton Tele early in the year for £77. They really are excellent value for the money!
  11. Good idea. A new set of strings and a little setup can work wonders, and breathe new life into your bass.
  12. 45 - 105 are the standard bass gauge. Your nut should be fine. Can I ask whats wrong with the factory fitted strings?
  13. Hobbayne


    I just picked up one of these. A lot cheaper but great for the price.
  14. Didnt know that! Thanks for the info.
  15. Didnt know Bruce played a fretless.
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