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  1. I use to have volume at maximum and set tbe desired level from the gain knob
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    The truth is,there are guys eith better building skills than me and they would have better job.The bass has a few misstakes because its my first torzal build. BUT its very easy to play (i can play "killing in the name" very easy,slap and pop it) So,i thought it will be hanged on the wall and i was thinking to build a new 5string to be my main bass,but tgere is no need to do this. A 34" scale is eadier to play,but navarone is my main bass for now (you know..till the next build be done..)
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    I just created instagram profile. Please follow.I will upload pics from other 40" scale basses i build https://www.instagram.com/xtrm_basses/
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    I think,its all about EQing
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    These gauges are exactly what BEADG tuning needs.I dont think i am gonna go for lower tuning. The trick for longer scales,is to add the length on the bridge side,not on the headstock 😉😉
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    Here is an analysis to see the harmonic content Open B Open E and some pics with me
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    I am gonna make a few videos to se it in action
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    In the begining,even i was not sure what i am doing
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    It sound very clear with great harmonics content in every note. I have to go to a recording studio to record some samples so you can hear it.I have an audio interface,but every time i try to rec a song,it took me hours with awful results
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    Its ready,and it sings
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    Next steps Do the electronics, Install strings, Pluck strings, Booooom!!!!!
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    ITS PAINTED...not black..🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    The truth is,i like "baseball bat" thick necks.And bexause i like playibg slow groove songs,this is not a problem for me.But i belive that thiner neck are better for walking bass playing style
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    The neck is pretty thick. Is 29mm all the way,because of 2 reasons. 1.the fretboatd is 3ply wenge/maple/wenge 9mm when all the basses have 4mm fretboatd 2.if i go for thiner,i am gonna hit the 8mm carbon rods. So,9+8=17mm thick only for these two things,when there is basses with 19-20mm thick neck.. If you calculate the sharp angles of endurneck design,there is no way to go for thiner neck
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    Navarone.45-43"multiscale headless

    No need to say,if there wasn't Neil,there wouldn't be navarone
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