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  1. Digging this thread up again - I joined a Kate Bush tribute band back in February this year and have had to learn a lot of these tunes, invest in a fretless and learn how to play the damn thing too. Agree that John Giblin is one hell of a player!
  2. Not quite but definitely Midlands - let me know where and I might be able to make something work!
  3. I'm moving on my trusty EBS Proline 4x10 cab - I'm not sure there is a lot to say about these cabs that has not been said before! Amazing tone, hugely powerful and an industry standard go to cab for those that like the very best. It's in great condition (I try really hard to look after all of my gear) and works perfectly. Comes with a custom made "dolly" to make transportation a doddle. I'm based in Cheltenham but do travel around with work so might be able to deliver depending on location etc. IMG_6889.HEICIMG_6890.HEICIMG_6891.HEICIMG_6892.HEICIMG_6893.HEICIMG_6894.HEICIMG_6895.HEICIMG_6896.HEIC IMG_6889.HEIC IMG_6890.HEIC IMG_6891.HEIC IMG_6892.HEIC IMG_6893.HEIC IMG_6894.HEIC IMG_6895.HEIC IMG_6896.HEIC
  4. Opted for the Bright Onions solution in the end - should be here in a few days.
  5. Thanks guys, also found this - anyone tried or use their stuff? http://www.brightonion.co.uk/ab/
  6. Hi all, I need to switch between fretted and fretless on gigs and looking at best way to do this as quickly as possible. Quite interested in the Tonebone BigShot, anyone used one of these or got another solution that they can recommend?
  7. Thanks guys for the advice given - really interesting stuff. So, had a rehearsal on Tuesday night and first run through of one tune with loads of fretless lines in it. What became very apparent is that all of the notes on the B E and A string shone through but anything on the D and G string and in particular the upper register was completely lost, lacking in bass, volume and clarity. I’m guessing this means a set up and some adjustment to the pickup height if that is possible on this bass? It was a nightmare trying to boost and cut volume for different sections of the same song.
  8. Hi all, So, I've got involved with a project that needs fretless bass on a few numbers, initially wasn't too phased by that as had had fretless before and don't remember it being too bad. I read and watched some online videos and opted for a lined neck to make things easier for myself. Not sure if it is my age but I'm finding it tricky to remember to play on the line to get the right notes, some have said that without lines it's easier because you play more instinctively but I'm not sure that I believe that! The main issue that I am having is that I can't seem to get that really nice smooth sound that you hear on records - I thought that it was all down to heavy chorus but even that doesn't help me much. The vibrato in the left hand on the fretboard seems to be a big part of it and I am working on that. My main questions are: 1/ Do flatwound strings make much of a difference to getting that sound? 2/ Am I struggling to get a nice warm tone because I scrimped on the bass (Ibanez SGR) my fretted basses are all over £2k. Any tips and advice gratefully received.
  9. Some great thoughts and comments here guys. If any of you are interested we did a teaser of the new KB tribute band last night using a live stream from the singer and keys player on Facebook. The link is below and I’d be really keen for any feedback good or bad from proper fans of her work - thanks.
  10. Yes, it is me that is involved with a new KB tribute band - more info here http://www.momentsofpleasure.co.uk/
  11. It’s amazing how KB is so Marmite - very few artists that divide opinion in such a way.
  12. Two of my absolute favourites. I love Kate Bush's music, and these tracks have some superb bass playing on them. I used both at BIMM last year as examples of great fretless playing. Must transcribe! Stu
  13. I had a fretless MM Stingray 4 - lovely bass but made me realise that with my skills I need lines to really do any kind of half decent job!
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