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Jonesy

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  1. I'm glad I'm not the only one who wondered that!
  2. I fall into the 50/50 camp personally and generally float between fingers and a pick depending on what I'm playing. I can't say I've ever thought playing with a pick was uncomfortable myself. Although there's no contour, the body is pretty thin so I've always found it to be okay for me. When I have played slab bodies with a pick, I've always found it comfier to push the neck out away from me slightly. Or maybe try holding it so the neck is more vertical?
  3. I bought a Ric about 20 years ago without playing one and just hoped I liked it as much as my ears liked the clank it produced. Luckily for me, I loved it! I've just put flats on it and will be bringing it to a blues rehearsal on Tuesday. Can't wait!
  4. Hey @neepheid, I managed to install the cover Ok, only added 2 extra holes to my bass and the rest of the finish is free from any drill marks! Thanks for digging this out and for the installation tips, Matt!
  5. I'm not the biggest fan of prog, but have to admit that I've always had a soft spot for King Crimson (maybe because they seem heavier than others and don't dress up as wizards?) and have been listening to this loads recently......
  6. I don't think anyone has mentioned these yet.......... Epiphone Jack Casady G&L Kiloton (Tribute version also available) G&L CLF L-1000 You also don't mention scale, so shorties include Fender Mustang G&L Fallout (Tribute version also available) Guild Starfire I Gibson Les Paul JR DC which you already mentioned. There are bound to be countless others.
  7. The stealth Kiloton looks like a mean machine, it's a shame they don't do a version with black hardware too! What's the finish on the back of the neck like on your new toy?? Is it similar to the SB2?
  8. Every bas should come with blocks!
  9. That's lovely and I really like the CAR finish. It seems G&L have done pretty well from us on the forum recently! 😁
  10. There's a great band called 'John'. Just a guitarist and drummer, who are both called John. I don't know if they were to ever add a bassist, if they'd need to be called John too?
  11. Hahahaha, we'll see what we can do for the next show! Massive Attack have done the best I've seen so far. They re-released one of their albums in DNA...... https://www.wired.co.uk/article/massive-attack-mezzanine-dna-album
  12. This is what we did for our last show........
  13. I'd probably avoid, but it might be worth at least getting in touch to find out what the deal is. I get the impression that you'd just be part of a backing band and wouldn't have much creative input, in which case I'd avoid.
  14. Ah, shame you didn't get on with it. I picked up a SG last year and it's one of my favourite basses to play, every now and again I Google 'TV Yellow SG bass' and your one still comes up.
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