DiabolusInMusic
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DiabolusInMusic

Functionless Art is Merely Tolerated Vandalism, from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

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They make sure your bass ain't booty Nov 9, 2016

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Viewing thread Should I ? (Geddy Lee), Jan 19, 2017 at 12:56 PM
    1. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      They make sure your bass ain't booty
    2. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      Some members must have the best freakin' lives ever. I mean, you would have to if your going to make some of the complaints I read here.
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    3. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      I used to be over...
    4. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      Gettin' jiggy wit' it.
    5. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      Gas, brake, honk. Gas, brake, honk. Honk, honk, punch. Gas, gas gas!
    6. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      I farted all over TB and nobody even noticed let alone complained. I guess that means my poo don't stink.
    7. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      Judas Priest, Barbara, it's one of those flaming bags again.
    8. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      To be the man, you gotta beat the man.
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    9. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      Sometimes I just browse TB to feel better about my own hoarding situation... it could be a lot worse.
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    10. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      On the lookout for Swedish Fish and Teddy Grahams. #SnackLivesMatter
    11. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      Back at it again with the white Vans
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    12. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      So much tight chromatic movement in my bass voicings, yet so much space in my melody lines and solos #Funkyfeel
    13. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      It's shocking how many grown men, who are old enough to be my father, I've watched "mature" on this site.
      1. PsyDocHill likes this.
    14. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      Bringing back the Lincoln kitty for a while. R.I.P. BT247
    15. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic 3:16
    16. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      Life's a garden, dig it.
      1. PsyDocHill and slipitin like this.
    17. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      How do you know a bassist uses flats? Don't worry, they'll tell you.
    18. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      Hakuna Matata!!
    19. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      From here on out, I only test basses in-store with slap bass. Double-thumb, chords, the full irritating works. I hope to see you there!
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    20. DiabolusInMusic
      DiabolusInMusic
      I am changing my avatar (so please remember that you hate me.)
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  • About

    Location:
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    Current Setup:
    2004 Fender Standard (MIM) Sunburst Precision(ish, the only stock parts are the body and neck)
    2012 Carvin LB76
    97-03 Carvin LB76F
    Dingwall ABZ4
    Dingwall ABZ5
    2007 EBMM StingRay 2-band
    Fender Jaco Pastorius Tribute Bass (Fretboard epoxied by HG Thor)
    Markbass SD 800
    Carvin HD2000 Power Amp
    Epifani UL2-310
    fEARful 1212/6 (DIY)
    Diamond BCP-1 - in the chain
    TC Electronics PolyTune - in the chain
    Darkglass B3k - in the chain
    FDeck HPF - in the chain
    Zoom B3 (for a pre-amp)
    Roland Cube Bass
    Boss Pedals - Bass OverDrive, Bass Chorus, Flanger, sometimes the PW-10 wah, the Tremolo, maybe a delay... Nothing Boss currently in the chain
    Boss RC-20 XL (everybody needs a looper, too much fun)
    Favorite Genres:
    Progressive anything, but I was raised on pop music
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    If you want to know, ask. Too many weirdo TB stalkers.
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Several MIM Fender P's and J's... too many to list
    I (used to) flip low end basses to spread the love so I've had a chance to own a bunch, Cort, Yamaha, Peavey, Squier, several others
    Peavey Fury VI
    Peavey Fury P bass (mid 90s)
    Peavey T-40
    Peavey TKO 115
    Ibanez BTB 676
    Ibanez SR 506
    Squier VM Fretless Jazz
    Ampeg SVT-CL
    Ampeg BA 210 (300w)
    Ampeg SVT-6 Pro
    Ashdown Little Bastard 30
    Darkglass Vintage Micro Tubes
    Eden Nemesis 300w Head
    2007 Music Man Bongo 4HH Egyptian Smoke
    Fender Bassman 100 Combo
    Fender Bass 300
    Fender Custom Shop Jaco Relic
    Fender Marcus Miller IV
    1983 Fender Elite I Precision
    2010 Fender MIJ Jaguar
    2011 Fender American P Deluxe
    2011 Fender American Deluxe Jazz V
    Boss SYB-5
    Mark Bass STD 106 HQ (old school silver face, black drivers)
    Markbass 104 HF-4
    G.A.S. List:
    Too long for me to write or for you to care....
    Influences and Teachers:
    Big shout out to Satan, Duff McKagan, John Paul Jones, Jaco, Jamerson, Geddy, John Entwistle, dUg Pinnick, just too many too list
    My biggest influences as teachers would definitely be Daryl Carlson and fellow bass player Felipe Gomez (Bass Invaders Project) I don't really count all the videos and books but I do love John Goldsby
    Hobbies and Interests:
    I enjoy playing Sega Saturn. I used to possess one of the world's largest CED (Capacitance Electronic Disc) collections in the world.
    Available for Instruction?:
    • Bass Guitar Instruction

    Signature

    Carvin LB76 / Jaco Artist
    MarkBass SD 800
    Epifani UL2-310 / fEARful 1212/6
    So your bass has a hum? (Shielding resource/shameless self plug)
    ! Rocking against all gods !
    F/S: Dingwall ABZ 5
    Wanted: Dan Dean Hal Leonard Bass Method Books 2&3 (1st Ed.)