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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Oct 2, 2013.
to lock out what not shall get in and vice versa
For me to be comfortable the room would need ~warming~. -Chintzy curtains on the windows and flowery slip covers on the chairs might do it...
But t'was glad to see you had a stool there for playing. I find most chairs with arms on them uncomfortable for playing bass guitars.
Also what is that tall wooden tower in one of the corners? Is that a stereo speaker or a lamp?
Anyway taste in furnishing one's digs is a very subjective, personal matter. If I showed my personal music space most folks would probably get antsy (or nauseous?) over the ~mess~....
So enjoy your clean, cool, art filled, musical space,
Don't forget there is a massive brains trust here regarding, technique, gear, instruments, set up repairs and mods. There are also a number of YT channels that are worth subscribing to IMNSHO for the same reason.
When I used to teach (electronics) my class slogan was 'the only dumb question is the one you didn't ask'.
Alright, I finally got this thing dialed in....Parchment pickguard, Geezers and DR low rider steels. With the sweet '84 neck and 2021 CAR nitro Nate Mendel body, it's all ready to start aging together for the next 20 years.
Miami blues today.
That is a beauty in blue !
Thanks man. I waited for that color lol.
That is certainly worth waiting for .
I'll play Miami blues day...
Ha , nice . I may need one of those \m/
I'm sitting here debating what shade of green to paint my P... now I have to back track and decide between green and blue
That is never an easy thing to solve , I almost feel sorry for you
DAMMIT! You just made this a million times more difficult!
there is also red , and the more rare pale yellow ( or aged white ) among other fine color options . I gave in years ago and decided the best solution is one of each
and several blue options as well
wait did you say "satin" ?
Nice bass in that color J
@fretno I would like to know more about the schecter...
Wow! So cool that is... what is it?
1996 U.S. "S series" those were originally oil finished and came in natural , blue & red iirc I had this refinished years ago by Pat Wilkins who was an original Schecter employee back in the day . It's a killer axe .
The s series usually had Monster tones in them but mine had a DiMarzio split from the factory . I lived with that for many years and they are not bad but I prefer the more traditional p sound and popped a Sheptone in it a couple years ago . It has a perfect 1 piece neck : love
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