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MrDinsdale

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  1. I think in general the real pedals will normally sound better than the emulated version but it’s so negligible with these new units. Nothing beats tinkering with a real pedal though.
  2. I’m pretty new to effects, I’ve always just used a compressor and what ever growl I could get out of my GK. Recently got the Boss GT1000 core and was blown away by the quality of the sound. There are a few other pedals I’d still like to pair up with it but makes a great central piece for a pedal board, the options are pretty endless.
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  4. These and Shellac have been on a lot this week!
  5. My first real bass after I built as a through neck because I was obsessed with the Warwick thumb. Always thought it was a must have for tone and playability. Then 15 years later grabbed a real Warwick Corvette bolt-on 5 string, it sounds and plays great! Honestly I can't say I've had any issues hitting higher frets on my Warwick bolt-on, a well designed cutaway and neck pocket makes all the difference. Alpher instruments basses are a great example of a bolt-on design that doesn't get in the way. Obviously bolt-on basses are always gonn have a disadvantage though. I don't really have a preference on neck style, its more down to the bass and what I'm using it for. If I was playing some grungy punk I'd reach for the bolt-on p-bass, if it was something a little more funk or progy then I'd maybe reach for my DIY 5 string through neck Warwick ripoff.
  6. Yikes! The zoom be makes it looks a lot smaller than it is! I'm gonna have to sketch it out I think and plan a rough layout to work out what I need.
  7. Awesome! I'm actually wondering if the the 3.0 is big enough now. Once I've got my GT1000 core, preamp pedal, tuner and an expression pedal I'll be fighting for space, that looks super portable though.
  8. I currently love this Schecter p-4. Might just be that it's the first time I've had a 4 string in the last 20 years or that it's my first p-bass but it makes me feel happy every time I pick it up.
  9. Wow, would love to try one of these. Saw someone selling a mk1 on FB, I'd have bought it if I had £9k burning a hole in my pocket 🤣
  10. Think it's £285 for pre-order. I was really tempted but decided to go for something else in the end.
  11. Just found this, probably a bit more advanced than what I'd need. The ML5 is cool, didn't even know it existed. It's good to know that there are options out there to incorporate additional pedals into the GT1K sends while still being able to control them individually.
  12. Has anyone got any examples of the Rockboard tres 3.0 and 3.1? Trying to visualise my board with a little extra room to grow and inspiration would be super handy. Currently just a TC poly tuner, GT-1000 core currently with a ME Super 800 plus preamp on its way followed by a compressor (hyper luminal or cali76) and possibly a couple of drives in the near future (when I can afford it). Then probably a DI or something. I really like how modularity of the Rockboard and the I/O options like the mod v1
  13. Nice! Will have a proper watch soon with headphones, currently on child duty!
  14. I find I have to be really careful with string muting while tuning on my 5 string Warwick Corvette, my other 5 string is absolutely fine and has no issues. I think for what ever reason the Warwick is way more sensitive to sympathetic vibrations or something so it helps to mute or use harmonics on the 12th fret for tuning the B string.
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