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  1. Sold my Steinberger bass to Augusto, he was an excellent buyer to deal with; great communication, fast payment, no issues whatsoever. Highly recommended.
  2. For sale/trade is my Steinberger L2, built in Brooklyn, serial no. 699. EMG-SS pickups. Has leg rest which I believe is aftermarket. In decent condition, bit of fret wear but plenty of life there still, no issues with string buzz or anything. Small chip in body at the rear end near the tuners, crack on one side of battery cover plate, see pics for details. Really cool little bass. PM me for any trade offers or any further details/pics. Thanks for looking.
  3. Maybe its a humbucking split coil, you would know if you took the pickup out and opened the casing. If so, chances are a wire to one of the coils has snapped, could be re-soldered.
  4. Colin Hodgkinson [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gutdzlHK6E[/media] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRUjH1zAcZA[/media]
  5. Was (and still am!) in the same situation, play mostly at home now, in an apartment, so wanted something small but decent. A/B'd the Genzbenz Shuttle 3.0 10t against the Markbass mini (121). Found the Markbass packed way more punch, but kinda coloured the bass a lot, you kinda knew you were playing through a markbass. The genzbenz was very neutral sounding, very clear, and I found it nicer to play at low volume. And it is so light! No regrets so far. Heard great things about the AER, never got the chance to give one a try...
  6. Marcus doing my two fav songs off the Renaissance album, Detroit and the Jackson 5 song; I'll be there. Really loving this new album!! [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Y3dnGzI2l0"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Y3dnGzI2l0[/url]
  7. Think this is the nicest of Alan's range, just love the body shape. Heard that filter takes a while to get your head around, but one you do theres no looking back. Congrats!
  8. Depends on your taste in music and what you wanna play I guess. For me, I love it when I hear the bass player in a band really locked into a groove, then throwing in little slap fillers without taking from the overall song, especially in funk or gospel.. I think the trick is to know how to do it, just don't do it all the time! This will re-inspire you, the fantastic Juan Nelson laying it down... [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFQK9oU1bhs"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFQK9oU1bhs[/url]
  9. This clip is close to the end of the dvd where it gets tricky, but the whole thing it is actually really good as a step by step guide to a solid technique if you don't mind the 80's thing going on! Have looked at a few other dvds on slap, but this is my fav... recommended!
  10. Have you heard of the slap bass program by Alexis Sklarevski? Instructional video from the 80's by a bass teacher at MI, has been reissued on dvd now, breaks down everything really well... [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aK-QFwaRZc&feature=related"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aK-QFwaRZc&feature=related[/url]
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