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    bonin in the boneyard
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    Nah, they wanted it to sound that way. I’m sure that amp could put out enough low end for a mic or DI to work with.

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    That’s a good video and a terrific player. But I can’t stand that tone.

    It’s an SB-2… there isn’t a tone, you ninny.

    “But I can’t stand that combination of neck and bridge pickup volume.”

    Confunkalicious has spoken…

    Endorsing scratchy pots, since 2019.

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    “But I can’t stand they way they pumped it through the alarm clock I had when I was a kid.”

    FTFY

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    “But I can’t stand they way they pumped it through the alarm clock I had when I was a kid.”

    FTFY

    Lol!

    Endorsing scratchy pots, since 2019.

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    G&L MJ-4 reviewed by Ed Friedland

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8V8CuuBZ0g

    How could I forget Ed? Great player and different styles. Only thought; has he ever said anything negative about anything he’s reviewed? His playing is certainly enough for a decision though.

    I love Ed. I bought a howto book from him when he was in his 20’s. But yeah, I don’t recall any negative reviews by him.

    First, whack the driver, then, off the passengers. I want everyone in the car whacked off.
    ... Al Capone

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    JP
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    It will be mine waynes world lust GIF on GIFER - by Wrathdweller

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    Tim rocking the neck I’ve got on my SB-2: black blocks on maple, no binding.

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    Tim rocking the neck I’ve got on my SB-2: black blocks on maple, no binding.

    Sounds pretty gnarly! I see why you want one now.
    I prefer binding with the blocks. Used to only like pearl, but the black and maple does look good.
    If I have a choice, I prefer ebony or rosewood for the board, though. Pearl is the way to go then.
    I think roasted maple boards look good with black blocks, though.
    So many choices!

    JP
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    Ha ha, yup!

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    The Coberator. My other car is a Rocinante.

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    What gear (audio/video/software) are you recording these with, sir?

    JP
    G&L USA JB, FrankenJazzuar, Hartke 210 Combo, Darkglass B7K Ultra, Boss GT-1B, SansAmp Programmable BDDI, EBS Fuzzmo

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    What gear (audio/video/software) are you recording these with, sir?

    I have a Bluetooth speaker that I connect to my MacBook and I set the volume there. I play my bass through my Trace Elliot Elf and matching 2×8 and balance the volume there to slightly override the Bluetooth speaker. That way you can hear my bass line over that of the song but still hear the song. I record it all on my phone using the phone mic.

    I’d probably get a much cleaner sound going through my interface and DAW but this is just an easier setup that seems to work fine for now.

    The Coberator. My other car is a Rocinante.

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    What gear (audio/video/software) are you recording these with, sir?

    I have a Bluetooth speaker that I connect to my MacBook and I set the volume there. I play my bass through my Trace Elliot Elf and matching 2×8 and balance the volume there to slightly override the Bluetooth speaker. That way you can hear my bass line over that of the song but still hear the song. I record it all on my phone using the phone mic.

    I’d probably get a much cleaner sound going through my interface and DAW but this is just an easier setup that seems to work fine for now.

    Cool. Trying to come up with a reasonably easy way to record myself so I can truly hear how badly I play. Also, it’ll help me get better and share ideas with friends.
    When my knee starts feeling better, I’m going to try to use my GT-1B as an interface to my laptop and see how it works.
    Gonna look for some bass-less backing tracks I can load into Reaper and see if I can figure it all out.

    JP
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    Gonna look for some bass-less backing tracks I can load into Reaper and see if I can figure it all out.

    Reaper is awesome.

    The Coberator. My other car is a Rocinante.

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