Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Jan 28, 2013.
Continued from: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f8/club-bordwell-part-3-a-794052/
It's also always good to add a link to the new thread at the end of the old one before closing it. No biggie, just FYI.
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Missed it because talking with my wife...putting it in now.
New band tracks. Still working on them.
Listened to two tracks earlier today. Sounds good.
Thanks! It has been fun writing and recording them, as well as dusting off my rusty technique.
Good to hear you're recording again!
Since I posted this right at the end of Part 3, I thought it wise to post again at the beginning of Part 4:
If anyone has some audio samples of their Bordwell's that they would like to share, here's what I am looking for specifically:
1) Graph Tech ghost piezos soloed
2) Parallel Chamber bass
Of course, any other Bordwell samples are always more than welcome!
Here's a quick riff I recorded for you this evening. First time through is with the Bart Piezo Buffer on full. The second time the buffer and magnets (Nordy Fatstacks) are equal. The third time the buffer is switched "off". Hope this helps a little.
CB SC5fl with Nordy Fatstacks and Graph Tech piezo, into a Motu Ultralite MK3 then into GB. No effects, eqing or mastering.
Nice recording to show the effect of the piezo.
FYI... I know it was mentioned on the last thread but I uploaded some new vids with my new Sig bordwell
Very kind of you to make that recording and post it. Thank you so much...it does help!
...and it's nice to hear these Bordwell's in action.
Have any ideas for this : http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f8/what-needs-tested-954202/
Did some recording with my fretless Big McNeely the other night:
I love this bass so very, very much.
It's Friday at 4:16PM and no update in "The News."
Perhaps I need to get more of a life.
I updated it earlier today, try hitting refresh.
"The News" page is definitely updated...I was checking out the fingerboards hours ago.
All is right with the world again. Thank you gentlemen.
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