Friday, 18 May 2007
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Wow my new ABII-5 fretless is beautiful and sounds awesome! In the bridge position w/a little bass boost it's a mwah factory. I never could get good consistent mwah on my parallel fretlesses. I no longer own any parallel fretted or fretless basses. ["I've got him where I want him now", thinks Sheldon as he wrings his hands] :D
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[quote="Funkshwey":3bzj0xax]The side is marked with maple fret lines. In low med light the maple disappears. The 3rd 5th 7th... dots were so visible that your reaction is to play on the dots.[/quote:3bzj0xax] So the stock dots are not placed at the corresponding fret on these basses? Mark
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[quote="guitarded":7ip8l2zt][quote="Funkshwey":7ip8l2zt]The side is marked with maple fret lines. In low med light the maple disappears. The 3rd 5th 7th... dots were so visible that your reaction is to play on the dots.[/quote:7ip8l2zt] So the stock dots are not placed at the corresponding fret on these basses? Mark[/quote:7ip8l2zt] The dots I added are on the maple fretlines. The stock dots mark the 3rd,5th,7th... frets.
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These 1/16" dots are way more intuitive than the 1/8" dots, although you could see the 1/8" dots from the space shuttle.
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