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Hi all.

Just joined and already learned a lot from lurking for some time.

My name is Mads and I'm a 28 year old guy from Norway.

I'm a sound tech for a living, but I've been playing bass a bit on and off for the last 10 years or so.

Well, mostly off I'm afraid, but now I've decided to go back at it with full force.

So I figured I might pick up a few pointers here at the forum in between practice.

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Hello Mads,
Welcome on board and back to bass playing.
What gear do you use?
I'm a sound man at a TV Studios here in London, what type of place/s do you work in?

Cheers,
Jon.

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[quote name='jonthebass' post='318173' date='Oct 30 2008, 10:28 AM']Hello Mads,
Welcome on board and back to bass playing.
What gear do you use?
I'm a sound man at a TV Studios here in London, what type of place/s do you work in?

Cheers,
Jon.[/quote]

Gearwise it's a 1979 Fender P-bass at the moment which I've kept through the years of not playing.
Got a Marshall MB30 for use at home and an Fender Bassman Head and a Marshall 8x10 at the studio/rehearsal space.

I mostly do live stuff with different bands and for a couple of venues here in Oslo.

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[quote name='-m-' post='318180' date='Oct 30 2008, 09:36 AM']Gearwise it's a 1979 Fender P-bass at the moment which I've kept through the years of not playing.
Got a Marshall MB30 for use at home and an Fender Bassman Head and a Marshall 8x10 at the studio/rehearsal space.

I mostly do live stuff with different bands and for a couple of venues here in Oslo.[/quote]

Cool gear!
Thanks for letting us know.

Jon.

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[quote name='YouMa' post='319394' date='Nov 1 2008, 12:02 AM']splruten dirkin nurkin firkin![/quote]

That's the swedish chef... :)

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may i offer you our most sincere appologies for legendary footballer Paul "gazza" gascoigne's insulting outburst during a t.v interview in your nativeland many moons ago. welcome to the site

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[quote name='4 candles' post='322983' date='Nov 5 2008, 10:18 PM']may i offer you our most sincere appologies for legendary footballer Paul "gazza" gascoigne's insulting outburst during a t.v interview in your nativeland many moons ago. welcome to the site[/quote]

I used to think Gazza was the king of the world (when I was a lot younger that is) so no worries... :)

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