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Crawford13

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  1. Hotcovers are made in Glasgow which is pretty cool. I got a cover made for a TC cab and picked it up.
  2. Up for sale is my Alpher Mako Fretless 4 string bass. I had this built in 2021 as I wanted to have a really nice Fretless bass. This definitely fit the bill, but in all honesty it just doesn't get played. It's time to be honest with myself and realize I'm not a Fretless player. It has probably seen less than 40 hours play time. Would be really interested in trading for a 5 string? What have you got? Cash could go either way for the right bass. 1 piece Sappelle Body 1 piece Ash neck 34" scale, Macassar Ebony fingerboard, All Hipshot hardware, Nordstrand dual pick up, Internal switching for pickup, Alpher Hiscox case. Any questions please ask.
  3. Antelope Audio Discrete 8 Interface. Great condition, fully boxed. From smoke free home studio. This can be used with USB or thunderbolt. I will include a 2m Apple thunderbolt cable with the interface. All details can be found here: https://en.antelopeaudio.com/products/discrete-8/ Any questions, please ask.
  4. Thanks for sharing this. I really appreciate Max Richter's work. For those that haven't listened to Recomposed, his version of the four seasons, it's fantastic.
  5. Jimmy Egypt is Glasgow is good. He is in the West end, so you don't have to go into the city centre. He de-fretted a bass for me years ago and did a fantastic job.
  6. I think Rick's guitar was just tuned down a half step, but he wanted to use an S type with a humbucker in the bridge. Blink play in standard. I love Blink and Mark Hoppus they were my first obsession band when I picked up the bass, and Mark was probably the reason I chose bass. I agree with what a lot of people have said on this thread, he doesn't get the credit he deserves. Even to be able to play at the lightning speed they played live. On top of that the lines are usually more interesting than they first appear. I'm glad he got the all clear from the big C.
  7. He is awesome, great with Snarky, but his own music is also incredible. His bass player Wes Stephenson ain't half bad either. Wes's other band the funky knuckles are also worth checking out. Also his playing on Bob Reynolds album the guitar band is out of this world.
  8. Jaco Pastorius - Jaco Pastorius, Victor Wooten - A Show of hands, Janek Gwizdala - Live at the 55 bar, Snarky Puppy - Ground Up Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Ben Folds Five - Whatever and ever amen, Pearl Jam - Ten. A recent album that has some really nice bass playing on it is: Hayley Williams - Petals for armour. Joey Howard is a monster, he has a great pocket.
  9. I always think that Robert Sledge doesn't get the credit he deserves. I love his playing, Ben Folds Five are probably one of my favourite bands.
  10. Wow, would you post this in the UK?
  11. This is very true, getting your amp models & IR's right is important.
  12. It's a Peavey UL-12. I'm pretty sure it has the Black Widow driver. I am going in through the effects return on the Genz, so its pretty flat. It has really helped me dial in my Helix tone, much better than my KRK Rokits as it has a recent size speaker.
  13. Wow! A G&L without the horrid headstock. I think I'm in love...shame I'm not in a position to buy. GLWTS
  14. I would also check out Nordstrand PJ blades. They are fantastic, I have a set and they have such a great range, you can really change the tone with the volume knob, when used passively.
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