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  1. Ashdown ABM 600 for tone and looks / Gallien Kruger 1001RBII has a little more power (700w)
  2. My Naka works fine in the computer room. The living room has the mediocre Teacs . They only start/stop well with the remotes. Also the treble from them is not real crisp. Remember when you played bass through an 18 (like my Vox Westminster ) the sound was not great ? The Teacs are mellow more than hi fi .
  3. Can anyone recommend a currently available cassette deck to replace my old Nakamichi BX-100 ? I have bought two Teac decks with fair sound . Would a Tascam cassette deck be the best ?
  4. Ashdown Superfly - the 250 w per side version. Mine gets warm though.
  5. I have a Ray but the stores don't have so many Sterlings. The metal control plate curved around the edge make the Ray recognizable , like the Jazz control plate and the Precision pickguard . I want a blue Sterling with a maple neck some day ...
  6. I got this Fender Malibu Player to maybe use in a gig . It reminds me of surfing and now I need to learn surfing as well as a single act. Surfing might be more reasonable though !
  7. yes and now they do maple fingerboards on their basses- at first it was only rosewood
  8. This topic has made me get out a few harmonicas and play with a neck brace . I can do "Out On the Weekend" by Neil Young and other easy tunes . I want a Hohner Rocket with low notes .
  9. Tell it ! Some tunes have a good bass part and some songs are a recording experiment that turned out nice . I like rock .
  10. Or, seal off one hole and use 3 16 ohm speakers in parallel . No ports .
  11. some artist-type could paint the paisleys on with a tiny paintbrush . Like a mural, except tiny .
  12. Yes, go alto or go piccolo !! I got a piccolo just to be different . This picture is an open hole flute.
  13. My Wick is around 2000 and has those bronze type frets . When Warwick started the German Team Built basses (was it 2005 ?) the nickel-silver ones were used . Do they sound different ? How about stainless frets on a 'Ray ?
  14. you want a wide-enough cab for your head to look like a normal 'stack'. I would maybe consider the cheapest Eden - they used to make one seriously cheap (no wood, only mdf ) Now i stack 2 Ashdown Rootmaster 15 cabinets . Too slender for your Bassman. side-by side ? grey-silver grill would match a Fender head ... There is no end and I like it like that. rules are made to be broken- rant out ,Gren
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