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  • Birthday 06/04/1985

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  1. ONE SIZE ONLY (LARGE) - they're really sticking to those bass player clichés
  2. Every time I see a Nate Smith video I send it to my drummer.
  3. Hmm maybe a bit on the low side but depends on how you look at it; if this isn't your primary source of income then you're getting paid to go somewhere new and have a pretty cool experience with your mates. Every now and again we get some nice gigs that pay well through an agency but I often think that if I were a full time musician then the money only just about makes up for all the travelling, the stress and hassle when things don't go 100% to plan, and also being away from a young family for 2 or 3 days at a time - I love doing it occasionally but the lifestyle isn't sustainable for me. It can be great fun though.
  4. Topic is also 3 years old...
  5. Dubs


    We've covered Hysteria before, sounded good but was very hit and miss depending what the gig was. We found that Starlight goes down better more of the time.
  6. Getting spammed to stinky poo here...
  7. I enjoyed that mate, good work 👍
  8. Absolutely. It's gutting to see adverts like this. They're doing themselves a complete disservice if, as StevieE says, they're decent. You'd only be doing it for the love at that price, not sure they're going to find their "top quality bass player" though. Good luck to them though, seem totally straight and unambiguous about what they're looking for and able to offer.
  9. There's a lot to be said for keeping it simple. Stick a Bart in it though rather than tape over the poles... +1 on the Nate Smith love.
  10. It's been a while since I looked much further than the Marketplace on BC, so apologies if I've missed it but is there a pinned thread anywhere of venues to avoid?
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  12. You cannot beat getting hands-on with the instrument. Some good points in this thread, but all to be taken with a pinch of salt unless they're referring to the bass you're looking at. I've owned a few Warwicks made between '94-'04 (SSI, SSII, Thumb BO, Streamer BO, Streamer Std), 1 was a dog, 1 was a gem that I shouldn't have sold (the one that got away!) and I was reasonably happy with the others. All played differently though... you need to get hands-on with it to really have any idea what it's like.
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