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My new rig. Something seems a little funny...


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*pimp slap!* EVIL!!!! But still interesting. What type of line 6 is that? My friends got a Spider 2...seeing the spider 3 depresses him...Just thought I'd say.

Okay I got my hair cut! Its now this short *shows how short using hand*

 

Lets get down to business gentlemen! I want that bagel now!...Don't forget the lettuce!

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No shame in that--it's all music.

 

I'll show you mine sometime.

 

Wow... that reads SO badly...

\m/

Erik

"To fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting."

--Sun Tzu

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I'll show you mine sometime.

 

http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Surprise/surprised-013.GIF

Tenstrum

 

"Paranoid? Probably. But just because you're paranoid doesn't mean there isn't an invisible demon about to eat your face."

Harry Dresden, Storm Front

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The amp is a Line 6 Flextone II XL.

The guitar is an Ibanez ART100.

 

Both of them brand new. I paid $300 for the amp and $400 for the guitar so I pretty much stole them.

:)

 

I'm not giving up bass, I just want to piddle around some.

 

Tenstrum

 

"Paranoid? Probably. But just because you're paranoid doesn't mean there isn't an invisible demon about to eat your face."

Harry Dresden, Storm Front

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Yeah I've also got a confession :P ! I got a guitar! Please forgive me!!!

 

You're a confession !

 

Dude, a lot of us have guitars as well as basses, whether they be electric or acoustic ... I got my dad's 12-string Eko semi-acoustic strung with 6 strings. It's even got a zero-fret :grin: No kidding, it sounds great.

"I'm a work in progress." Micky Barnes

 

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I suppose we could start a thread on what other instruments we play and/or own.

 

As far as guitars, I've got a 40 year old Gibson J-50 acoustic (which I should have taken a picture of when we were talking about giving an instrument the relic look), a Squire strat and a Jay Turser copy of a Gibson ES-175. And a Peavey backstage amp.

 

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Yeah I've also got a confession :P ! I got a guitar! Please forgive me!!!

 

You're a confession !

 

Dude, a lot of us have guitars as well as basses, whether they be electric or acoustic ... I got my dad's 12-string Eko semi-acoustic strung with 6 strings. It's even got a zero-fret :grin: No kidding, it sounds great.

Yeah I thought most of you guys had guitars. Pretty handy things to have as a bassist I would say. I was just winding him up. :) Cool a 12 string. I love them. Got a pic?

Okay I got my hair cut! Its now this short *shows how short using hand*

 

Lets get down to business gentlemen! I want that bagel now!...Don't forget the lettuce!

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I am a guilty guitar owner too. I actually have excess guitars, and some I'm not even worthy of owning. For example I have a vintage Les Paul Custom '72 which was my father's. It's estimated to be worth several thousand. I also have a vintage Yamaha classical from the 70's, a nice Fender Acoustic, and a Gibson SG which I'm currently sporting fretless. I rarely play any of them. Only occasionally I play the classical when I'm feeling sophisticated. The freltess SG is good for simulating a sitar type of feel and is wicked for metal riffs. But otherwise guitar really doesn't interest me very much and I really have no use for owning so many. I think it's fairly ironic I acquired so many as a bass player. I never paid or asked for any of them.
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A fretless guitar...now that's a scary, scary thought! :o

 

Congrats John...boy, I thought I was using some light gauge bass strings... :crazy:

 

I have a very cheapo Sam Ash house brand acoustic/electric that I bought for $50. :cool: It's loaned to a neighbor who is taking guitar lessons now. It actually sounds pretty good, even the onboard preamp...it's got some intonation issues though.

 

I actually do have a pretty nice electric though...a Godin Solidac, quite versatile, has bridge and neck humbuckers, and single-coil mid pickup, plus a piezo bridge with a blend control. There's a selector switch to select various pickup combinations...there are some quite nice electric tones in there. And the piezo bridge tone sounds more like an electric-acoustic than the above electric-acoustic does. I decided that I only need one electric guitar, so it needs to be something that's very versatile, and this one is indeed. :cool: And, it's none-more-black, so I know it's loud enough.

 

http://www.ipass.net/davesisk/music/pics/GodinSolidac1.jpg

 

Dave

 

Old bass players never die, they just buy lighter rigs.

- Tom Capasso, 11/9/2006

 

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