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nige1968

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  1. It’s a packaging error. That’s actually Gene’s Herb Chopper bass.
  2. Here you go: http://warwick.de/en/Warwick---Products--Instruments.html
  3. I got dragged to see REM in the late 1980s and I swear they played for three hours. Stuck it for a while but had to go for a break and didn't go back in.
  4. A Nobel prize, a piece of string You know what's awesome? Everything. Dogs with fleas, allergies, A book of Greek antiquities, Brand new pants, a very old vest Awesome items are the best. [Tegan and Sarah ft The Lonely Island, Everything Is Awesome. From The Lego Movie] If you squeeze my lizard I'll put my snake on you [Motorhead, Killed By Death] It's hard to walk in the dress, It's not easy I'm swinging over Like a heavy loaded fruit tree [Dress, PJ Harvey] I like to move it, move it I like to move it, move it I like to move it, move it Ya like to move it [I Like To Move It, Reel 2 Reel ft Mad Stuntman]
  5. I think this guy teaches pretty well, but YMMV etc https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTR7Cy9Sv285kV3pohsMtUg_O_50oDyoR
  6. https://ritter-instruments.com/jupiter.php (Or possibly just go through an external pre)
  7. Phew. The balance of the universe is restored!
  8. Is this the beginning of a Kanye death hoax?
  9. At least this guy's parents didn't miss a trick: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/chris-peacock
  10. Whatever the interval Em is the 3 chord if you're in C Maj. Going up, the interval between the two is a major third, going down it's a minor 6th, but it's still the iii in terms of the key of C. Mind you, I talk sh1te sometimes.
  11. It's a neck, tuning machines and string tree from a 2020 Squier Classic Vibe 70s Precision Bass. Which I reckon is about 50% of the bass itself. (I have the pickups, bridge, neckplate and pots somewhere if anyone's interested, for a few dollars more). It's a maple neck in vintage tint with maple board and black blocks/binding. Includes the original tuners and string tree. All 100% stock. The only mark on it is where some of the varnish on the truss-hole chipped when the rod was turned. See here: The whole thing is finished in the spirit of the poo-brown flare-clad Capri-driving 1970s. It has been barely used and frets are all in perfect nick.Truss turns and works properly. It's a slim, shallow neck for a P-bass, and fitted the body it arrived with perfectly snugly. C profile, 'crafted' by a CNC operator in Indonesia. Collection from Hove, or UK postage at cost (choose your preferred courier). More pics:
  12. I'm a big fan of Cioks DC5. Never have to think about it and it fits nicely beneath even the flat boards such as nano and metro.
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