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NeckPickup
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NeckPickup

Male, from Boca Raton, FL

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Vintage frets rule. May 12, 2015

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      NeckPickup
      Vintage frets rule.
    2. NeckPickup
      NeckPickup
      Is 1 3/4" nut width too narrow for 19 mm bridge spacing on a 5? I'm starting to think it is too much variance.
    3. NeckPickup
      NeckPickup
      Will a Fender Dimension hold its resale value?
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      NeckPickup
      Denim or Nu-Foam cab insulation?
    5. NeckPickup
      NeckPickup
      My new Sadowsky NYC P/J 5 puts out some serious bottom! NBD report coming soon.
    6. NeckPickup
      NeckPickup
      NBD this week for Sad NYC P/J 5!
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      NeckPickup
      To bridge or not to bridge- that is the question.
    8. NeckPickup
      NeckPickup
      Why do music dealers keep telling me "don't believe what you read on TalkBass"? Annoying.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Boca Raton, FL
    Current Setup:
    Lakland 55-94
    Sadowsky NYC P/J 5
    1981 G&L L2000-E
    1985 Ibanez Musician fretless

    Genz Benz Shuttle MAX 9.2 head
    Genz Benz Shuttle 6.0 head
    Epifani UL-210 Series 2 cab
    David Nordschow (DNA) 112N cab
    Favorite Genres:
    commercially accessible pop/rock, jazzy pop, country
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    various local groups, freelance
    Previously Owned Gear:
    1964 Fender Jazz (piece of history, proud to have owned it)
    US-made G&L L2500 w/fretted ebony board (nice, but attached to my old slot-pole G&L)
    1980 P Bass (back breaker)
    1987 Steinberger 4 string (arm killer)
    2000 Peavey Cirrus 5 (nice, sorry I sold)
    Mike Lull MV4 ash/maple & alder rosewood (great build quality but underwhelming sound)
    Gallien Krueger RB-800 head
    Peavey TNT combo
    Various cabs not worthy of mention
    G.A.S. List:
    A great versatile active 4 stringer.
    Influences and Teachers:
    Skipping the usual people. Love players who hold down the bottom and yet still create memorable and original bass lines. Glenn Worf, Mike Brignardello. David Hungate, Lee Sklar, Wilton Felder, Bernard Edwards (yeah one of "the usual guys" people mention, but he was so extraordinarily talented that he needs to be mentioned), Lance Hoppen (Orleans), Paul S Denman (Sade), Graham Maby (Joe Jackson), Boz Burrell (Bad Company)
    Hobbies and Interests:
    crossword puzzles

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    "If I get pigeonholed, I hope its for being a versatile player" - Dave Pomeroy