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Davo-London

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  1. One of my primary influences as a teenager. We used to go and see Budgie in pubs when we were underage! Happy days. I play a beaten up 60's Precision so the influence has lasted well. Davo
  2. Burke Shelley was one of the reasons I took up bass. Andy McCluskey anyone? Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark. Just saying ... Are we playing a game of pointless here? Davo
  3. Having read all this I'm feel a bit nostalgic. I understand the technological differences but that's not really the point. You plug in and go hmm or wow. I do like it when I feel the hairs on my legs feel the air moving from the speakers. I like it when you can blow away the guitarist and then show restraint by turning down to a sensible volume. But ... All we use in church is in-ears and a click track and frankly it terms of enjoying the experience, forget it. Enjoyment lives in the past when all we had was class D, bad backs and plenty of wow. Peace Davo PS: my rig is a class D Aguilar and Barefaced Cab. So I'm a phoney.
  4. If the objection to the J in a PJ is a wiring issue, couldn't there be a wiring scheme that keeps them separate. For example a switchable P-only to P+J. Just asking! Peace Davo
  5. I'm a fan of used basses. I just prefer the feel of them. If it's a good one it isn't going to change. Peace Davo
  6. LOL true. I guess I mean a vanilla covers band.
  7. Left to right is how we think (in the west). It's how we read. If you draw a flow diagram you either flow left to right or top to bottom. [Apologies to Arabic and Chinese folk who read right to left] Peace
  8. This post is very relevant to me but I'm really none the wiser. I've heard it said that you should make sure the set list is dance-friendly. That way any women in the audience will stay engaged. Does anyone agree or disagree with this? Davo
  9. I'm distinctly average and I seem to fall into ... I'm OK once we've started category. What I love are the songs that have completely the same outline structure but for no apparent reason change a three note run every time it comes up. arrgghh. I'm OK now. Peace Davo
  10. "Just what do you think you're doing Dave?" That's basically lived with me all my life since I saw "2001 A Space Odyssey" in 1968 when I was 7. I've occasionally had: "was that you playing in Studio X?" I'm hoping it was meant as a compliment ... Peace Davo
  11. Love Vulfpeck. So funky and they have so much fun. Davo
  12. 'Tis a very good video. Way beyond my techno capability though. Great sound. Peace Davo
  13. I'm a Christian and have played about 500 services over the years on bass and drums. I have a lot to say but perhaps after your first service report back and I might be able to give you more tailored advice. Smile and enjoy. Peace Davo
  14. I've tried this to no avail. Are you trying to record each drum/cymbal to separate channels? If so, I never managed to do this. Good luck, I've got to confess I gave up. There are several responses to this question online via google have you exhausted these? Peace Davo
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