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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by EatS1stBassist, Nov 14, 2019.
I only have two basses! (but I have 8 guitars...)
I only have 2 guitars!!
(Ok 3 if you include the one in my youngest sons room)
5 complete basses
(Ok plus 3 at the jam space)
Ugh, just ugh.
I just found another guitar too, its hiding in a dark corner.
i hope they dont start breeding.
In the future, the only available construction materials anyone of us will have is leftover Amazon box cardboard... and epoxy...
How did you think Harley Benton got started?!?!?
6 axes currently, and i'm head-over-heels crazy about 5 of 'em. +6 necks hanging, 4 bodies stacked, and a white rogue coming due.
i've fairly recently figured that i could keep up with 6 axes, but i'm really not so sure. i still want some experience with a few of the necks i have, but i can't say when i'll get around to it. right now i'm more "GASsed" to play.
that said: the ibby-style kapoks and the FSO-style glarrys are the best feeling instruments that i've ever played. with some modifications they balance, they set up, they feel good to play! i want more gig/rehearsal experience with the ones i have...and i have two axes that i have never gigged:
Ok same F series bass playing along with something different
Only the small one!
That was beautiful and great!
I've been listening to a bunch of Melvin Davis today on the Tube. I got to see him several times with Lee Ritenour, he's so smooth, never over plays, just a monster talent. Check out his seven string, you guys need one!
My god, that thing is a beast!
That was very cool!
It doesn't look that big with him playing it, he's like 6' 7.
The first time I went into the local music shop I pointed at a bass on the wall that I liked the look of, and the guy looked at my hands and said, "no, that's a five string."
Like an LA freeway that fretboard is.
You mean, like people listen to it and want to drive their car over it?
I was thinking aircraft carrier flight deck…
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