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1961 Hofner solid body with 2 pickups. VERY rare, this bass.
John Kingsland's 1961 Hofner Solid Bass Guitar
You're right. Hofner solid bass...
brb, doing research
Those are props. They changed the backdrop in the 2nd set to regress from full stacks during Moving Pictures to that single mic'd amp and cap from...
Yes, I second that. What's the bass he used in this photo?
And did he use the 4005?
No, I'm not a pilot but I do want to get my license. It's prohibitively expensive.
But that was just a joyride.
I am totally game.
This pic is from about 3 years ago.
And here is a pic of the stache
I'm right there with you on the...
Jan 18th at 3&L. Sounds good. What's a good time to get there?
As a civil engineer myself, I can vouch for that.
I believe some of the newer ones are only painted.
Sure thing. I work on the West End, so I'm pretty close to 3&L or anywhere downtown. Thing about downtown is parking. The garage on Commerce St....
Tennessee Bassist here. Recently moved to Hermitage.
It'd be nice if I could find some guitarists to play with. Or bassists that are better at...
I admire him for slapping an 8 string.
Here's my second vid. I tackle Rush's Hemispheres Prelude.
I'll be recording me playing the rest of the song in the future. And I'm in...
You want an early version of Geddy's flamenco?
Working Man with John Rutsey on drums:
Starts at 3:41
On a P bass....
Yes. He hits the strings with the pad of his fingers and with the tops of his fingers.
It has been dubbed "flamenco bass."