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Phill

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  • Birthday August 20

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  1. New Overwater is all specced out apart from top wood!

    1. DiMarco

      DiMarco

      European black walnut! yum!
      Specs?

    2. Phill

      Phill

      That does sound nice! Still can’t make my mind up! It’s based off of the new hollow body single cut bass. 6 string fretted 👌

  2. Finally working on my specs for a new Overwater 😁😁

    1. Rich

      Rich

      Ooh! Share plz? :) 

  3. Looking for a pedal bridge of sorts from a UK manufacturer, only finding American providers who don't ship to the UK!

    1. HazBeen

      HazBeen

      Ikea shelf insert and some tweaking might work. Will cost an hour and 3 quid.

  4. It's been so long since I've been able to browse the forum properly! I've got a new update blog to share too 👍 https://www.phillcourtmusic.com/single-post/2019/11/16/Bassicly-Speaking-November-2019-Update

  5. I joined up to the "other" site and like you said Quilly just not very friendly IMO
  6. I do admire as a musician 😁 it is! the artist I'm working for is class so no worries there! Thanks for the help
  7. Ive got to recreate this bass synth soon on a Sub Phatty! I'm close but just can't get the tone of it right 😩 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ob7vObnFUJc I'm not a huge Beyonce fan, but the baseline is pretty sweet
  8. I'm in the exact same boat! Have to pick up key bass for an upcoming tour, would be great to share patches and help each other out (feeling a bit overwhelmed so dar)
  9. Ex demo Moog Sub Phatty bought last year. Mint condition with only studio use. does not include the original box (but includes manuals etc) so cannot ship. £550 OVNO or will swap for a Novation Bass Station II with cash my way. Cash/Bank transfer or PayPal on delivery/pickup. I can deliver within a reasonable distance. https://www.basschat.co.uk/forum/21-other-musically-related-items-for-sale/?do=add#
  10. My pleasure! Got a nice tour coming up so that's gonna e the first big trial
  11. Honestly I didn't want the reverse P to start off with but it just seems to tighten everything up a little bit 😊
  12. After about a year of the first inception its finally here! I'm so happy with the bass and would like to thank the Overwater team for the great service, workmanship & help. Some specs for you all - A standard Overwater 5 string P body & 35" scale length. I initially wanted a 36" but soon realised that 35" scale length is ample for a tight low B. Of course the P style body is classic & I love a classic (I wanted a P bass anyway) 5 strings because of necessity as a player & loving a low Eb for some Stevie Wonder grooves! Surf Green colour & the matching headstock. A classic look & some cool retro vibes. It was either going to be green or Daphne Blue, but I'm so happy with the colour and the brightness of the bass and the lovely gloss finish which is off-set with a classic off white scratch plate. Also they kindly added a lovely PC Custom signature to the back of the headstock. We've got a swamp ash body & one piece maple neck. This just stems from the similarity to my Am Deluxe Jazz & have always liked the response from that combination. Its hefty but not overly so. Indian rosewood fretboard. I haven't played a rosewood in ages but wanted that old school look & feel. This is where the no front markers came from. I wanted a clean crisp look similar to some other basses I've lusted over. It takes some getting used to (I didn't realise how often I looked at the actual fingerboard!) I have 2mm mother of pearl dots on the side though Thank goodness! We've got a reverse P & a MM style. The chunkiness of the P in passive is pure old school and filthy. Then we have the phattness off the MM style in the bridge. Another thing to add is the Neutrix locking jack socket which gives me great piece of mind. While experimenting with the John East/Overwater 3 band boost & cut EQ with mid range sweep, passive tone & pickup blend I fell in love. I can solo the MM, boost the bass & treble a little bit & Bam! it sounds exactly like a MM bass. pan all the way to the reverse P and we have that funky chunky stank face inducing thick loavable tone. Hardware wise we have a huge chunky Overwater bridge with 18mm string spacing. Which gives me plenty of room between each string for the old slap pop and its solid, designed so well especially for set ups and string changes. Next we have the classic Hipshot Ultralite 1/2 post tuners which weigh nothing and move very smoothly. Or pick both in active and have a warm crisp defined tone perfect for more modern grooves & soaring crisp top end (EQ is flat at this point) Comprehensive isn't the word for this circuit & pickup combo, it doesn't do it justice. I took it for a spin at a recent The Special Brew rehearsal and was met with compliments on looks, tone, & general grooviness (sadly not personally!) It cut through when needed for my solos & provided some great round bottom too. Following this I've also had my first show with it too! A depends gig with Ska Band The Navarones. I kept in passive with the tone rolled off a little for 80% off the show then bumped it into active with a slight bass boost for more "Dubby" styled songs. The bass is very comfortable, although it is a little heavy! and easy to play. Its very even between pickups & over all the strings too which makes life easier simply. It balances well and although the neck is wide it fits my hand perfectly with a lovely rounded edge to the fingerboard which screams quality. Iv'e also added a few videos using different tone/pickup combos here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLa9pBo2qQ_6843_HoIfhT5B1MQ-S_Llfi
  13. A great service & a discount for MU members too! Got my appointment next week
  14. Damm 😂 Second thoughts then... a really nice wide leather strap I found in a local music store!
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