Monday, 10 October 2005
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but it's so much easier on a Dingwall. [img:3rioon4n]http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a315/guitarded99/guitarded.jpg[/img:3rioon4n]
12 years ago
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[quote="Beepo":3d8jiwup]I'm not a particular fan of the AB, but that shot really got me Mark. I might consider one in the future if this is how cool they actually look :)[/quote:3d8jiwup] Well, Beep, thanks, but I personally don't think [i:3d8jiwup]any[/i:3d8jiwup] ABI looks as cool as my one-of-one. :) They are amazing bases, like all Dingwalls. You should check one out. Mark
12 years ago
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[quote="rollerberg2000":cqekbi79]Mark, that is a super cool shot![/quote:cqekbi79] +1
12 years ago
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I figured out who took the pix. Here's the full shot. Mark
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12 years ago
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Your bass looks completely black in those pictures.
12 years ago
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[quote="Smallmouth_Bass":3hzdcywq]Your bass looks completely black in those pictures.[/quote:3hzdcywq]... ...mostly because my AB finish was done with much less burst than is typical for AB finishes. In other words, the center was finished much darker than normal, at my request. I was looking to do things differently with this bass, and Sheldon honored all of my requests on this project. The bass is technically a prototype, as is my SJ, because Sheldon and I used it as a study in "what if we tried this." It is truly a one-of-one. :) Thanks again, Sheldon! :D Mark
12 years ago
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Here's a picture of me and my ABII from a gig my band played in February. The colour stage lights made my friend's photos really amazing.
12 years ago
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Oh, man. Why can't I have a keyboardist that looks like that? Here's ours. He ain't pretty, but he sure can play the white right off the keys. Mark
12 years ago
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That dude has a huge mushroom-melon head.
12 years ago
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[quote="BurningSkies":2kcft6dx]That dude has a huge mushroom-melon head.[/quote:2kcft6dx] Indeed. :lol: Mark
12 years ago
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[quote="Avatarshark":23s3vy40]Here's a picture of me and my ABII from a gig my band played in February. The colour stage lights made my friend's photos really amazing.[/quote:23s3vy40] Ooh, errr, she can play with my organ anytime... :twisted: EG
12 years ago
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Here are the pictures of my bass' second gig. It was a 200 mile trip in one direction and our car broke down while we were going there - we were lucky to find a village mechanic that butchered the car - but made it run long enough to do the gig and return. We barely made it to the soundcheck, but regardless, we had a great time. [img:3rp1v9yq]http://lh5.ggpht.com/_6SmzUWkUeMA/Svuz6xkGe5I/AAAAAAAAAV8/sPO2kMJ26DE/s800/12840_171294273786_130788038786_3081995_206743_n.jpg[/img:3rp1v9yq] A strange picture of me and the drummer after the gig: [img:3rp1v9yq]http://lh3.ggpht.com/_6SmzUWkUeMA/Svuz7FU3jSI/AAAAAAAAAWA/fvyUhdburu4/s800/12840_171295618786_130788038786_3082011_689927_n.jpg[/img:3rp1v9yq]
12 years ago
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[quote="Bocete":16d86xmd](...) we were lucky to find a village mechanic that butchered the car [/quote:16d86xmd] Well, as long as he didn't butcher that AB... Still think you're a brave man concidering going fretless on your first Dingwall.. :D
12 years ago
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[quote="Beepo":1vhzihx5]Well, as long as he didn't butcher that AB... Still think you're a brave man concidering going fretless on your first Dingwall.. :D[/quote:1vhzihx5] Frets are overrated :wink: To be frank, people that haven't even heard of the fanned fret concept have tried my fretless and have found it weird but manageable. They'd play a fretted Dingwall as if it was their own, as they wouldn't need to aim for the fretline. I do make most mistakes on the A, D and G strings in the first few frets, I don't stretch the pinky enough if I'm not thinking or watching. The E and B strings are surprisingly not a problem, as I guess I'm mentally prepared for the stretch. Nothing time won't fix. I'm also still not brave enough to go above the 14th fret in a band setting :oops::)
12 years ago
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You're drummer looks a little like the Shamwow guy! [quote="Bocete":11zcbat4] A strange picture of me and the drummer after the gig: [img:11zcbat4]http://lh3.ggpht.com/_6SmzUWkUeMA/Svuz7FU3jSI/AAAAAAAAAWA/fvyUhdburu4/s800/12840_171295618786_130788038786_3082011_689927_n.jpg[/img:11zcbat4][/quote:11zcbat4]
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12 years ago
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A couple more of me and the Z1, (not the greatest shots); Weird rented squat-place in Lithuania; [img:gxeki660]http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r173/Phoncible/meg/GrindCrusherKaunas.jpg[/img:gxeki660] Turku; [img:gxeki660]http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r173/Phoncible/meg/gcturku.jpg[/img:gxeki660] And an interesting Twin Peaks-reminiscent scene in Oslo; [img:gxeki660]http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r173/Phoncible/meg/gcskuret2.jpg[/img:gxeki660]
12 years ago
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Happy customer at work! This is a pic of the first show I played with my new Z3 ... this bass is a true work of art. And if you talk about cutting through the mix ... well, this baby knows how to do it. Cheers, Chris
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11 years ago
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The C bass at work. Mark
11 years ago
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Our first headlining ! [img:2v2mxfbl]http://www.concerts-live.ch/2010/trophallaxy/slides/Trophallaxy%20@%20Amalgame%20Club%20(6).JPG[/img:2v2mxfbl] www.trophallaxy.com
11 years ago
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Nice shot, nice bass, cool t-shirt.
11 years ago
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Thanks ! and thanks again to Sheldon for the bass, it's a masterpiece !
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