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Defo

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  1. Yep, played TE amps 'back in the day' and know the tone, just don't be afraid to roll off the mids and you'll find it. Bass you are playing matters too I think, a Stingray really does the trick, a passive with flatwounds less so.
  2. That’s cool, just goes to show how versatile these basses are
  3. It does feel that way, definitely kind of ‘square’ but I’m not sure if it just feels that way because of the width
  4. It is noticeably thinner but still feels substantial - probably not for moshers and metal/crossover types. I play in a prog band and an 80s covers band and it gives me no problems
  5. Yep, it's the Bass direct one, Bahama Blue, I can't stop staring at it!
  6. Doug Wimbish signature, custom order so only one of its kind. I had a DW sig about ten years ago and stupidly traded it in, big regrets... Good to be back in the saddle
  7. Squier Affinity or Classic Vibe - I still use them now alongside Warwicks, Musicman, Mayones....
  8. I've been doing this for years with a Hartke HD50 which I use as a monitor for my backing vocals
  9. I stick a Trace Elliot Elf in my pocket in case my Tecamp goes down (not that it ever has)
  10. Serial number starts with 3 so I guess it's an '83!
  11. That's interesting, thanks I think it was sold to me as an '86 (not that it matters) - will do some digging
  12. Aria R80, 1986. Look at the grain on that.
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