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  1. Great looking and sounding bass. And a great seller. 👍
  2. The ones I've been playing with the last couple of weeks. If I had to choose one I would have a hard time deciding between the Octabvre (sounds the same as the OC2 but is faster with the octave tone) and the Octron (which has its own fat tone and really like the fuzzed octave up)
  3. THe Prince clip says it all I used to have a TT4.. and always regretted trading it. So, a few weeks ago I picked up a 2006 VM5 and absolutely love it!! Just a great feel and sound.
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  5. SpcMnk

    Just one pedal?

    For getting a absolutely fabulous tone: 3Leaf Audio PWNZOR For a lot of fun: an envelope filter. the 3Leaf Audio ones are great! but any will do. If I could only have one pedal it would be the PWNZOR.
  6. SpcMnk


    😊 Proton is sold 😊
  7. [quote name='skidder652003' timestamp='1493427515' post='3288293'] best Mother Earth Track IMO [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXKAZur059I&index=2&list=PLFF1D6EC45AFF14B1"]https://www.youtube....F1D6EC45AFF14B1[/MEDIA] [/quote] An all time classic!
  8. [IMG]http://i68.tinypic.com/2ebz81x.jpg[/IMG] Chain: Bass -----> PWNZOR --> Loop 1 (Proton --> You're Doom) --> Loop 2 (OC2 --> GAS 828B) --> loop 3 (Phase 99 --> Carbon Copy --> Levitation) --> Aguilar TLC -----> Amp
  9. [quote name='bassbiscuits' timestamp='1493063888' post='3285361'] Mother Earth? Doesn't ring a bell - what sort of thing were they? [/quote] Something completely different from Saigon Kick. Think they called it Acid Jazz [url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANGjklqwP6o&list=PL78321FCC6823E64F"]https://www.youtube....8321FCC6823E64F[/url]
  10. [quote name='bassbiscuits' timestamp='1493049531' post='3285190'] I was into a band called Saigon Kick in the late 80s/early 90s, and another band called Jellyfish, who were both brilliant but didn't last. [/quote] Saigon Kick! I must have played that cd till it broke when I was a young teen. But what about Mother Earth? 4 albums in the 90's and gone. Loved them!
  11. Very nice basses here!! Getting some serious GAS for a 5 or 6 string Bongo! At this moment my '91 Mary Kay SR5 is my main bass. Love the PG that blablas made for it!! The SR4 is build on the day I turned 13 and a half.. the year I started playing bass. Will never be able to let then one go.. or I need to find one from the same year that is build on my birthday. But it is a great sounding and playing bass, no reason to consider letting it go.
  12. Born in the 70's and having a dad that played only Beatles and The Who in my childhood, strangely, it was Duff.. from Guns 'n Roses I must have been 11 or 12 years old when Sweet child of mine hit the chart. That was the moment I got bass-curious. Flea, Gene and Steve got me to bass-enthusiast and by the time I was 13 I discovered the music from my childhood again.. the Beatles and the Who. That is when I got started. It took another 3 years when within one afternoon, in a local same record shop, I got introduced to both Jaco and Victor (who had then just released show of hands).. I was blown away and after a few hours walked out of the shop with a pile of CD's. after that there was no way back anymore.
  13. Bought a in perfect condition 3leaf Proton V1 from Trill. Perfect communication, fast shipping, good and quick problem solving (package got routed incorrectly) and product as described (actually even better). Would buy from him anytime!
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