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LaPlata Bassology Clinic

Discussion in 'Ask Anthony Wellington' started by lbbc, Dec 14, 2013.


  1. lbbc

    lbbc Supporting Member

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    Anthony,

    Thanks for such an inspiring clinic. My son & I enjoyed both the performance and the information you shared. The 2-1/2 hour drive each way was so worth our time with you. He's in his room right now playing bass (something I NEVER have to tell him to do). My Dave Pushic Bass is now set up with the strings you gave out and I'm getting ready to work with the pedal. Thanks again for everything!
    We will see you again.


    Peace,
    Wayne
     
  2. Ant Wellington

    Ant Wellington

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    Hey Wayne,

    Thanks for driving down.

    Please take a picture holding the pedal and send it to me so I can get it to Aguilar. And it would be cool if you email Aguilar and DR and show your appreciation.

    Hope to see you soon.

    peace,
    anthony
     
  3. lbbc

    lbbc Supporting Member

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    Absolutely!

    Thanks again,
    Wayne
     
  4. Bassman197835

    Bassman197835

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    You have a DR preference Ant? Ive used 'Low Riders' 45-105 for many years now. Since I found DR strings my fingers dont touch! anything else. I was wondering the other day if the 'Low Riders' would still be a good choice on the Fodera M4S.
     
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  6. Ant Wellington

    Ant Wellington

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    I like using nickel strings for a lot of reasons. And I like the thinner gauges. I'll use with 40-60-80-100 120 or 40-55-75-95-120.

    -aw
     
  7. iwearpumas

    iwearpumas

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    I have to email Aguilar to have more NYC workshops
     
  8. Bassman197835

    Bassman197835

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    Ooh that is thin. I'll have to try em out. Hi Beams and Low Riders are all ive used. The Hi's were too bright for the Warwick but Im excited to try some newbies on this Fodera in March.
     

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