Stoner/DOOM Bassists thread part 36 - Old School Death Metal Wannabes

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  1. ampegfuzz

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    Thats enough for now. lots of these tunes have some killer bass tone.
     
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    From the last thread...

    Saw that a while back in a bigger sale except it was $10 cheaper. Small footprint Big Muff? Yes please. (Kinda need one for my pedalboard now that I've been using one at band practice!)

    I'm still kinda reeling in surprise that I saw them too. Absolutely amazing live band! It was a real treat seeing them hammer out Rather Be Dead, Hook Line and Sinker and Refused are Fvcking Dead. I got into them well after they broke up, very influential in my more aggressive music projects.

    There was a bit of talk about wah pedals which has only fuelled my GAS for a Morley PWB... If only I had more money...

    Oh, and who was it that I saw was using the Behringer BDI21? Thinking of picking one up as a backup DI or chucking it on my small board as I build it. Any good? I know it's Behringer and it's plastic, but it is cheep - like the budgie.
     
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    Surprisingly, it is a good piece of equipment. I have taken care of mine and this x-mas marks two years of owning it. Powers well with my 1spot, but I might go back to the supply I bought for it because the new pedals I want creates an issue with only having 8 connectors.
     
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    Not doom, but I love the groove on this song:

     
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    Oh hey Mr Dunwich, do you think that one day down the road there will be that GT pedal thingie you were working on as a rack mountable preamp? Kind of like a better monolith magma?
     
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    Havent seen **** all weekened...but took a nice walk through nature, on nature, while listenng to Dopesmoker. That was awesome.
     
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    Hah I totally forgot about this band, I have a cd-r of one of their albums from early 2000
     
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    They've been one of my favorites in the last few years.

    They've got a lot of groovy mid-tempo stuff on the most recent album.

     
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    Are you guys into stuff like Lamp of the Universe at all? The album Acid Mantra is pretty rad. I find I'm really digging eastern influenced/transcendental music lately.
     
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    Cool, thanks man. Reckon if they're cheap enough over here it wouldn't hurt my wallet too much to get one even if it only gets used as a backup. Although, with the way I'm going lately and this small pedal board I'm building it might get some heavy use...
     
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    So I just snagged myself a 70's Morley/Tel-Ray PWB in almost immaculate shape off of ebay. I'm pretty pumped. I've always wanted one of those things ever since I started playing bass. I got the "modern version" of it the power wah volume but it's just kind of meh. I use it more as a volume pedal than anything else.

    Heard this thing rips though. A PWB plus a supercollider...I'm gonna melt some faces :hyper: :bassist:

    check it out here http://www.ebay.ca/itm/VINTAGE-1970...ries&hash=item337d8202f6&_uhb=1#ht_500wt_1288
     
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    Welcome to the family of awesome wah's!
     
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    I HNNNNNNGH'ed. Thanks a ton!
     
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    "Viscous" as in "thick":D?
     

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