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]
9 years ago
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Hey Mark, that's so cool.
9 years ago
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My son, working out on a Dingwall. A chip off the old block. I guess he will inherit the Dingwalls when I'm finally gone. Lucky dog. :)
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10 years ago
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[img:2jq9ojaz]http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w267/Smallmouth_Bass/20110916-029AbAElvisRocksMont-Laurier.jpg[/img:2jq9ojaz]
10 years ago
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Practicing in my friend's Tony's garage [img:3n8cdldp]http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r200/xt660/b9e4b118.jpg[/img:3n8cdldp]
10 years ago
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No Iv@N, I didn't played at Wacken... but I was there as a spectator last two years. The show was in Switzerland. Thanks for the nice comments. And to reward you for your wait, here is a sample of the live's recording I'll upload soon : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2kU-PacF2Y As you can hear, the bass sound is ... awesome. \m/
10 years ago
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Did you play at Wacken or was it just a cool T-Shirt to wear? o.o Either way, that is heck of a bass, my friend!
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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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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[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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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]
13 years ago
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Yes, it's a short and long scale combo. The best of both worlds.
13 years ago
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Now that I see someone holding an SJ5 it looks short scale to me. Which it is in a way. IMHO the body could have been a little smaller and I would have liked it more... Aaah well, ABI for me then?
13 years ago
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At the Sw
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14 years ago
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Here we are...again -Guitarded- rock and roll sandwiched between oldies karaoke and country. The dues should be paid off at this point, don't you think? :? Oh, well- I still love seeing the band name in plastic letters. It brings a big smile to my face every time. :) Then I strap on a Dingwall and get really happy! :D (sorry about the crappy cell phone pix) Mark
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14 years ago
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[quote="lomo":in48kwd5]Nice pics. I've got an inch of fresh snow in my yard.......from today!![/quote:in48kwd5] It snowed lightly for about an hour here in Tyler TX on Saturday, a rare event in Texas in April. It was too warm for it to stick, though :( No snow in Snook, I'll bet. Mark
14 years ago
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Nice pics. I've got an inch of fresh snow in my yard.......from today!!
14 years ago
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Things have been pretty busy out on the road, but here's me in front of 40,000 college kids at Chilifest 2007 in Snook, TX. Two words. Redneck Lollapalooza. The lineup was Jack Ingram, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Pat Green, Aaron Watson (my outfit), and Willie Nelson. In that order. It was wild.
15 years ago
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Bassman76- you mind posting a few photos of your lead singer, and move the Dingwall outta the way? 8) You know this forum is ungoddly male? Besides one lady player on thedudepit I've not met another female Dingwall player...any idea why that is :?: Mike- Thats great- gotta love that smile- as wide as the road to El Paseo. Congrats on playin the Opry
15 years ago
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Here's my Z2 and I onstage at the Ogden Theater, Denver, Colorado. You can just barely see the headstock of my AB I behind me. Also largely obscured is my "Godzilla Rig"; a Tech 21 RBI preamp, Yamaha P7000S power amp (900 w/ch into 4 ohms), Fender 215 loaded with Eminence Kappa Pro 15LFs, and two Sunn 410s. My trusty Boss GT-6B is on the floor, ready to turn the beautiful sound of my Dingies into an infrasonic shockwave of DOOM!
16 years ago
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