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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by pcake, Aug 6, 2018.
You should be PCake!
Post it up once it is in your possession!
Because they like to torture you of course
I've had so many items hit the Bronx and then shoot off to Jersey or something the same day just to came back to the Bronx.......there is no logic to this I tell ya.....
Nice looking bass. I have an SR500 my son uses. Too bad this new one doesn't come in a short scale or Mikro scale version.
It's your fault I keep hearing this in my head:
It's a beaut. Post much piccage when it makes it to you.
not too bad for me - i wanted an extra light 34" scale
They could do both long and short scale versions.
now you mention it, there are a number of basses i'd like to see in a 30" scale.
Same here, "Mikro" 28.6 inch scale too. I haven't gigged long scales much in nearly 20 years and I don't plan on ever using them again.
finally the bass has left their bell facility and is on a truck and on the way...
Please fill me in about couch straps ?
Lucky you. I'm waiting on a new Reunion Blues case that is due today by 8 pm. Only thing is, each update doesn't even tell me where it's at. Just says "In Transit to Next Facility". That's what has been popping up for two days!!
Hahahaha, girl, you got GAS...baaad. this is like the 15th post in the last month about you getting, or asking about getting gear. Hahaha. Not hating, I've got three shopping carts with stuff in them on three different sites. Just sayin
Nice one though. I've seen those. They look amazing
With a mid-sweep as well....you can have a lot of fun with those.
couch straps are vegan but strong. their lowest priced models are very smooth and comfortable seat belt material, but they have snazzier ones, as well as an embossed leather-look western motif. and they're made here in los angeles.
this is an edit of my original post - i had said the couch straps won't drop your bass like other vegan straps, but for the first time ever, one of my couch straps dropped my new bass, and i caught it, but i'm not feeling so great about them now, although to be fair it was my oldest strap (over 10 years) but still...
my fedex and usually UPS updates usually have more info that than - is your case shipping USPS? they rarely tell you anything useful... hopefully it'll show up by end of day.
it's not so much GAS, although that does sometimes creep in (like with the SRH500). * edit * this is actually the third piece of gear i've considered in the last month or two. * end edit *
due to my injuries, i'm always trying to find a solution - i was actually at GC re-visiting the SRH500 when i noticed the SR30TH4 and tried it. that would have been the end of it had it not been supernaturally light. so i'm hoping it will be a solution so i can rock standing up again, which i dearly miss. my mikros have an odd balance that isn't comfy standing, and they're actually heavier than this one, too.
OT and for no particular reason: My son is moving to LA at the end of September.
parts of it can be a great place to live - i was born here, and 61 years later here i still am housing is stupid expensive, but otherwise i quite like it.
Good to hear. He and his fiance are doing Airbnb while they look for work and a place to live.
the bass has arrived, and it's all that and more! sound is much better through my LH500/GK neo 112 ii than it was through anything at GC. sounds just amazing, heavier than the one at GC but still comes in at well under 7 pounds. and even though i've been playing mostly short scale for years now, 34" scale is just so much more natural to me despite my lack of height and hand size.
i just had a scare - i put my oldest couch strap on it, and on song three the strap let the bass drop - luckily i caught it, but i'm thinking strap loks at this point.
i'll do pics and a NBD later. have to go play the bass some more now
Congrats on the new toy! I look forward to the pics
As for strap locks, I use a Perri's Lock strap, easy to use and cheap, plus they come in some nice designs. Here's a link for you:
Being so light, hows the balance, no neck dive?