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I don't mean to sound obtuse but I'm in the same boat. After rock? Isn't rock music still going on?
Mike Watt on bass.
I've actually experienced something similar at a Dunkin Donuts but I couldn't shut up and told the guy who was complaining to the poor cashier...
Never bothered me.
Do the pained facial expressions come with it?
I'm going to whore out the pedal again with it in a band context:
DivShare File - Demon Cleaner sorta.mp3
I slipped in Demon Cleaner without...
Yup. Play more, get a little busy and cover more ground while the guitarist does strange things.
Big Sir absolutely slays. All those bass lines are killer and catchy, props to Juan.
Not fret buzz in the sense that it's a flub but in the vein of what you hear Chris Squire sounding like - slight grind.
I think he mentioned in his own forums that it's a schecter body with a tele neck. I think that was released as the model T back in the day with...
...that shorter scale sure does bring the string tension up.
I own a Ric 4003 and would recommend, for your needs, the Spector. The Ric doesn't lack low end but it doesn't have as much as the Spector does...
The correct answer.
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