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]
5 years ago
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I'm sure I've seen that blue Dingwall somewhere before......great photo, love the woodgrain 8)
5 years ago
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Zombie thread much? :) Anyway, here's me trying to tame my Z2 (I normally rock hard over the pickups but this particular song calls for a little less attack): [url=http://s1330.photobucket.com/user/drbass/media/MBAS%20Blues%20Challenge%20Band%20-%202015-10-18%20-%20Finals-_DSC5441_zpsrfycgo3q.jpg.html:146kp11x][img:146kp11x]http://i1330.photobucket.com/albums/w567/drbass/MBAS%20Blues%20Challenge%20Band%20-%202015-10-18%20-%20Finals-_DSC5441_zpsrfycgo3q.jpg[/img:146kp11x][/url:146kp11x]
10 years ago
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Myeah, pretty straightforward tapping pattern, actually. Just a funny still :D
11 years ago
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[quote="rollerberg2000":2co5ib4f]Rockin the Z3 through its paces. ...[/quote:2co5ib4f] Great looking bass :D but honestly, your left hand wrist angle made mine left wrist hurt. Don't you have wrist problems? If not, what's your secret? :)[/quote] No, I play ten hours or more a week and never have any wrist fatigue. Some weeks the fingers on both hands feel like they need a rest after the weekend, but I attribute that to loading in loading out heavy equipment night after night. My wife told me it's like riding dressage, if you can make your heel get accustomed to the toe pointing straight up all the time you get used to it. To me, that looks more uncomfortable than any position I get into!
11 years ago
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[quote="TheGrandEnigma":jw09qiqz]Cool! Did you get a hair cut? :P[/quote:jw09qiqz] More like I was forced into it, I was losing hair pretty quickly :) [quote="rollerberg2000":jw09qiqz]Rockin the Z3 through its paces. ...[/quote:jw09qiqz] Great looking bass :D but honestly, your left hand wrist angle made mine left wrist hurt. Don't you have wrist problems? If not, what's your secret? :)
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
13 years ago
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[quote="John H.":2o795zct][quote="Nic DB":2o795zct]Agreed, lets keep religion right out of this forum and that, respectfully, includes thanking god for Sheldons talents, please remember that not all of us have the same beliefs about divinity, although we do all seem to have the same beliefs about how wonderful DW guitars are :)[/quote:2o795zct] +1[/quote:2o795zct] +2
13 years ago
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At the now-closed Chick Hall's Surf Club, the last roadhouse in the Wash DC area
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13 years ago
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[quote="fullrangebass":11c5nytd][quote="JEDI BASS TRICKS":11c5nytd] I have 3 Dingwalls with maple fretboard (my blackburst Z1, my first Z2 and my avatar Z1) and my impression is that maple adds snap and brightness whereas wenge adds growl and edge and pau ferro adds a touch more warmth and snap. I have yet to play a Dingwall neck that I don't like (waiting for my Prima Artist in the next couple of years to check that neck too :P :P :P )[/quote:11c5nytd][/quote:11c5nytd] I fully agree with you about the effect of a maple board, Fullie (sorry, couldn't resist). I have very little experience compared to yours, but the Z1 I owned for a while (quilted blackburst) had a maple board and superb top end zing, likely the best slap tone on any bass I've ever played. The SJ5 I'm awaiting will have a birdseye maple board and I'm hopeful it'll have similar slap tone (with the wider spacing and shorter scale I crave).
14 years ago
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At least I did better than the drummer!
14 years ago
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And tell that D%#M guitar player to get the heck out of the way. JEEZE :evil:
14 years ago
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yes, i noticed that PB head... it is the 'weak link' to that otherwise beautiful signal chain..... :lol: congrats on the band and on that beautiful DW.... looks like a blast!
14 years ago
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If I am not mistaken, that's an Ampeg PortaBass head, right?
14 years ago
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Hmm... the Dingwall/Epiphany rig seems waaaay out of place with an epi Les Paul IMHO, but we work with what we have. Just call me a guitar snob... we're all bass snobs here in Dingland in case nobody noticed. 8) Glad you're out gigging. Keep it up.
14 years ago
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Yeah-it rained on and off all night, but there was a tent for the band and another adjacent for the party crowd.
14 years ago
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Very cool! Never to late to get out and play some shows. It looks like you might not have had the best weather.
14 years ago
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Well, after 5 years of being a solo, self-taught hobbyist I formed my 1st garage band a few months ago and played my 1st gig at the tender age of 44. Had a blast. The Dinger sounded great and we've already got a couple more gigs.....but I'm keeping my day job :-)
14 years ago
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I was minus 10! Or as they say, a glimmer in my dad's eye. :lol:
14 years ago
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At a recent gig.
15 years ago
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Hey Mike, Long time no see! Those are some cool pix. Where were they taken? Monty TB
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