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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by bassjigga, Jul 27, 2005.
What's up with the Tripster (Wamsley) ditchin his Zons? I love his recordings with them.
Wha???? What's he playing now??
Alembic, last time i looked-
Trip, if you are reading this, i owe you a call, bro!
He has Alembic, Vigier, Status, and that Barker listed on his web site...
Does the Tripster even still come around TB? Haven't seen him in a while. Must be makin some music.
Last time I talked to him, he was playing and endorsing Vigier...
Wow I must be really behind... I thought that he was an Alembic and GK cat. That 0 radius 8 stringer is pretty wild.
He's dropped GK too. Now he's playing Glockenklang...
Man, I'm really behind the times...
Glock is pretty hip stuff... it's got heart and soul .
yikes... Nice pun.
Say there! Trip here. The reason for using Alembics and Vigier these days is that I found outstanding support there both personally and musically. Tonally, I've been way more pleased with them as well. When you hear the tones on the next release I'm doing, I think it'll be quite a leap from the last thingy. As for GK, well, that's a long story and to avoid silliness I really have to leave it at that.
As for my being scarce these days, is because I'm busy being a dad and playing in bands, doing solo shows and traveling. Being dad is my favorite though! As for the other basses in my collection, they are all used. I do SO many different things that all my boys are divvied up into the road dogs (vigier, status) and the solo dogs (Alembic) and studio rats (Barker, and anything goes.) I hope this clears some things up. Love you guys and Adrian you DO owe me call! Also, Zons are still great basses in my book, I just started wanting a different sound.
well, there you go! straight from the source!
Good to hear from ya Trip. Can't wait to hear the new CD.