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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[quote="drbass":1tycky7u][quote="BuffaloBob":1tycky7u] Hah! I see it didn't stop you from joining in! :lol: Gorgeous Z2 and cool pic! Sheldon knows blue!! I think he does blue better than any other luthier I'm aware of.[/quote:1tycky7u] Feeling a little like one atm so I thought it was only appropriate. Completely agree, what a blue, a living and breathing colour this, always looks different and new. I see you're playing 2 BA12-3s. Just made that change (from 2 410) myself, well, about 5 months ago now, and it's such a good fit with the Z2. B really shines, top end sparkles without cutting off your ears, and so much more compact and light. Anyway, back to whatever it is I'm doing. Regards, Michael[/quote:1tycky7u] I am VERY pleased with the Genzlers as well. I love their compactness. With the line array in front of the 12, they are very small for what they put out. And the tone is ideal for Dingwalls!
5 years ago
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[quote="BuffaloBob":eopi5zd9] Hah! I see it didn't stop you from joining in! :lol: Gorgeous Z2 and cool pic! Sheldon knows blue!! I think he does blue better than any other luthier I'm aware of.[/quote:eopi5zd9] Feeling a little like one atm so I thought it was only appropriate. Completely agree, what a blue, a living and breathing colour this, always looks different and new. I see you're playing 2 BA12-3s. Just made that change (from 2 410) myself, well, about 5 months ago now, and it's such a good fit with the Z2. B really shines, top end sparkles without cutting off your ears, and so much more compact and light. Anyway, back to whatever it is I'm doing. Regards, Michael
5 years ago
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[quote="drbass":1gw3xv81][b:1gw3xv81][u:1gw3xv81][i:1gw3xv81]Zombie thread much? [/i:1gw3xv81][/u:1gw3xv81][/b:1gw3xv81]:) 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:1gw3xv81][img:1gw3xv81]http://i1330.photobucket.com/albums/w567/drbass/MBAS%20Blues%20Challenge%20Band%20-%202015-10-18%20-%20Finals-_DSC5441_zpsrfycgo3q.jpg[/img:1gw3xv81][/url:1gw3xv81][/quote:1gw3xv81] Hah! I see it didn't stop you from joining in! :lol: Gorgeous Z2 and cool pic! Sheldon knows blue!! I think he does blue better than any other luthier I'm aware of.
6 years ago
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Hitting the stage with Eden Circus and my beloved ABZ :twisted: :D :twisted:
11 years ago
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I always found that my right hand suffers more from bass placement than my left does. I play better with my bass higher up, but I end up with wrist pain in my left arm with the bass worn fairly high. I lose left and right hand precision if I drop the bass to belt level.
11 years ago
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[quote="rollerberg2000":1cmwj491]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![/quote:1cmwj491] It makes sense when you put that way. Many people play with such wrist positions without any problems for decades, so why not.. Still, no matter how much I argue, my wrists just don't get it :)
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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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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[quote="amodeo@mitre.org":mpd2ctq2]Maiden voyage of my recently acquired Greenburst Z2 (thanks, Doug!)[/quote:mpd2ctq2] Holy mother-of-pearl! What a beauty! I love green Dingwalls, but I don't own one...yet. :wink: What's the story on it, Frank? Is it this one? Mark
12 years ago
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Maiden voyage of my recently acquired Greenburst Z2 (thanks, Doug!)
12 years ago
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Corporate gig.
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12 years ago
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fullrange/ville's, now mine z. first z used on grind tour? [img:2s62l9h9]http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r173/Phoncible/kaizmall.jpg[/img:2s62l9h9]
13 years ago
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That sure isn't a 70's bass!
13 years ago
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That 70's church talent show!
13 years ago
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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] Agreed as well. I mistakenly threw out a human interest story involving my drummer without thinking through the fact it might offend someone, I did not think it a statement on religion, but a story about dealing with nutjobs. dsincjr, I humbly ask for your forgiveness, I meant no disrespect. Anyone else who was offended, I apologize as well, again consider my original intent. Smallmouth Bass and Uncle Balsamic, I will continue posting pics of my Dingwall, no worries there. W/O comments this time! :oops:
13 years ago
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[quote="maxvintage":1jyz5r9k]At the now-closed Chick Hall's Surf Club, the last roadhouse in the Wash DC area[/quote:1jyz5r9k] Can't help but imagine the same pic with a black Dinger in your hands, Max.
14 years ago
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[quote="BassGreaser"]yes, i noticed that PB head... it is the 'weak link' to that otherwise beautiful signal chain..... :lol: quote] The PB head isn't bad IMO. It's the newer PB800, not the wimpy earlier ones. I have an iAMP 500 I prefer, but to be honest, in a loud rock setting with PA support I doubt ther's an audible, real difference. The PB also has a bit more oooomph-through the Epifani UL112 (8 Ohm) and UL210 I'm getting around 700 watts to the iAMP's 500. I'd take the iAMP in a quieter setting, like studio, Jazz or when I back my buddy on acoustic.
14 years ago
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With two Dingwalls at the same time! Okay, so one's a T-shirt... :roll: :D
14 years ago
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14 years ago
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Another one. Each bass usually gets a set.
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