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MacDaddy

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  1. The bass on this is pretty close to what I'm after
  2. Not mine, but still an overdrive - the bass chief. https://flattleyguitarpedals.com/product/bass-chief-bass-overdrive/?fbclid=IwAR0FW-wLNWHK0-dgnUEom768xtdHhpDNnfqnltbcDMJ9e5SSyonmJP-v4fw
  3. I'm still searching for an 80's keyboard bass sound - not to be confused with an 80's synth bass sound! So sound is very important to me, as attested by all the effects pedals I'm faffing with 😎
  4. All my Shuker's are 32" to the nut. Slightly longer to the end of the frets for the low D.
  5. The Queens Guard Pay Tribute to Meatloaf Outside Buckingham Palace. I hope his family get to hear about this.
  6. "no rickenbacker bassists allowed" 🤣 https://www.joinmyband.co.uk/classifieds/bass-slinger-needed-desperately-to-sling-flamboyant-bassline-t1314235.html
  7. I'd rather not. I'd be scared I'd break something or wouldn't be able to put it back together 😟
  8. When Gibson brought out the Flying V and Explorer in the late 50's, it wasn't unusual to see them in Country bands. So the Star bass isn't too much of a stretch 🤩
  9. https://flattleyguitarpedals.com/ Flattley FX pedals. I have the Bass Poison Ivy, and it's the best bass fuzz I've ever had or heard 😎
  10. It's taking the Bite Bass guitar headstock to extremes!
  11. and the golden ratio (1.618) is pretty close to 1.7. Makes you think...
  12. I never found my perfect bass, so I had to get Jon Shuker to make it for me 😁
  13. mightily tempted by one of these.
  14. no mention of the Gibson EB-1 (the bass Macca originally wanted, but was too expensive and heavy).
  15. The Ramones were incredibly lucky that they had family members ready to step in when Dee Dee, and Tommy left.
  16. Many people thought Blondie, was Debbie Harry's name in their early days.
  17. I remember some years ago, a young Basschater (probably not so young now) bought an Eden 8x10 from the BC marketplace. His parents had a Volvo estate.
  18. The first Bass Guitar Magazine I bought had a review of one of these. It was just before Markbass became known for lightweight stuff. IIRC it was a very good review, top bit of kit.
  19. It could be no win no fee, or pro bono. Although I can't imagine that a lawyer would take a case for no payment, in the hope of an early settlement to avoid bad publicity (etc) for a celebrity(celebrities), but then has to pursue as they are in too deep as the celebrity refuses to settle.
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