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>Post gear
>Post desired gear
>How long have you been playing?
>Fav guitars?
>Fav guitarists?
>Projects?
>Talk about and play music
>General guitar and bass discussion

Music Theory:
>http://www.justinguitar.com/

Guitar chords and inversions
>http://www.chordbook.com/guitarchords.php

String Tension Calculator (D'Addario based):
>http://hikkyz.net/misc/stringassembler/

Floyd Rose Setup Video Tutorial:
>http://youtu.be/umY5NBKg5AA?list=PLcm7Ag6Q-OkZAmlY6dAhS2ZL9TUMeRZdI[Open] [Embed]
Steve Vai's Ten Hour Workout
>http://www.mediafire.com/download/kzw6kjuocgicwks/Ten_Hour.pdf
Guthrie Govan's Creative Guitar 1 & 2
>http://www.mediafire.com/download/bn8803xzlrbds3b/Guitar1.rar
>http://www.mediafire.com/download/9uhtufuf3z9cx8m/Guitar2.rar

Impulse Response Pack
>http://www.mediafire.com/download/svtfxjtillrdwt8/Gods+Cab+1.3.rar
>http://www.mediafire.com/download/4n28zkjw0zgmdj9/ASEM+RECTO+V30+L2.wav

Free VST downloads (amps and effects simulators):
>http://www.vst4free.com/

ASIO drivers (essential to use VSTs while playing):
>http://www.asio4all.com/

--

>Advancing Guitarist Mick Goodrick
http://www.mediafire.com/download/cvfno10fv4lf4a8
>Chord Chemistry - Ted Greene
http://www.mediafire.com/download/61n5op7eiifxztg

Others
>Mickey Baker's Jazz Guitar
http://www.mediafire.com/download/zq35xorj2iaqh22
>Modern Chord Progressions: Jazz and Classical Voicings for Guitar - Ted Greene
http://www.mediafire.com/download/oflu4wdwofhqqtb
>Jazz Guitar: Single Note Soloing Vol. 1 & 2- Ted Greene
http://www.mediafire.com/download/07o65qdh5in1nsq
http://www.mediafire.com/download/jmu86f7dj8bdxcd
>Beefhearts 10 guitar commandments
https://archive.org/post/338826/captain-beefhearts-10-commandments-of-playing-the-guitar

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>>61982196

Thanks, will look into that.
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I found a cheap 5 string Fender jazz bass in my area, i've never played bass before but i kinda want to try out playing bass, should i get it or i'd better look at a 4 strings one?
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>>61985205
So I just got my first 5 a few weeks back, playing 4s for quite a few years. I say go for the 5. Honestly,the learning curve isn't that different and it'll give you more versatility in the future. You just need to memorize note on one more string.

Tl;dr start on a five and you'll be just a fluent as you would be on a four.
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>>61985205
just get the 5. you be fine with it.
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>>61985205
Still the same guy, but if the 5 is pretty cheap to for it and if you don't like how it sounds throw,some EMG pickups in and it'll be good as new
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>>61985288
>>61985394
>>61985417
looks like i'll have the 5 strings, thanks for replying guys.
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>>61985516
Good luck man
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>>61985613
good luck to you too
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>>61985703
thanks, good luck anon
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good luck everyone
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>>61985910
thanks m8 good luck m8
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I wonder how many of these orange is making.
>good luck buying one
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>>61985987
oh hey man good luck to you too
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>>61985910
thanks you too
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>>61985205
>>61985288
It the same tuning as a guitar why does it matter
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>>61986070
It's not good luck with that
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this thread's nice and filled with luck, will dump my pics of desired gear.
good luck to everyone.
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Good luck everyone
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>>61986199
cool thanks. What's with that bridge? It looks like a big thing, I didn't remember mustangs being like that. Also good luck, here's some >desired
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people that own this guitar are lucky indeed!
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>>61986302
most improbable and lucky relic ever. Also how do you guys think redburst under yellow would work for a relic? I'm thinking of doing some rough contours on a telecaster I previously painted over.
>inb4 tone finish
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>>61986323
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>tfw you weren't lucky enough to get your strings before the weekend
fuck you UPS i haven't played in 4 days
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>>61986513
tune open with the remaining strings.
https://youtu.be/BqESbLku2bA
Seasick Steve is lucky
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good luck guys
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Good luck to you...
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Been looking for a decently priced semi-hollow or archtop for jazz. Would anyone here recommend one of these? Love the look and I won't be paying an arm and a leg, I'll be checking one out in person as soon as I can.
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>>61986990
Better picture, it's a Hagström Viking
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Good luck! :)
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>>61986990
Hagstroms are really well made and their fingerboard material feels fantastic, they're a good pick
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>>61986403
might work, since yellow and sunburst are not that antagonic finishes imo.
Post pics if you end up doing it.
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>>61986883
Thx for that m8

Good luck to you too
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>>61986302
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Are carvin amps good?
I'm looking for my first full tube amp and i've found those 2x12 used for around 325 or less.
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>>61987811
Do they do these with the humbuckers in the neck? It'd be the perfect indie-jazz guitar.
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>>61987811
Woah I've never seen a thin line Mustang before, that thing look awesome
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Anyone know how much the Strymon power supplies are going to cost?
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tfw you go out and play your new guitar and with the stage lights shining on it the burst quality really shines through.
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>>61987890
Nah, i think the previous owner did the mod, the mij thinline mustangs come in S-S pickup configuration.
>>61987957
Looks super comfy to play as well, it's my main priority getting one of these atm.
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Post anime guitars.
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>>61987890
there are plenty of HH mustang models out there
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>>61988131
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>>61988190
Are they thinline as well?
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>>61988425
Nope, just solid bodies.
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>>61988131
Someone post the picture where Koyuki cucks his model girlfriend with a Telecaster.
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>>61988131
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>>61971644
Pinky exercises, breh. From low to high E, lifting your fingers high:

1 4 3 4
1 4 2 4
1 4 1 4
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>>61988131
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>changing strings for the first time in literally years

goddamn they sound so bright it's almost too much
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>>61988713
fixed
>inb4 >>>/d/jent
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>>61989366
>not using fender headstocks as balls
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>>61988131
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Where can I buy nut files that don't cost a fortune?
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>>61989645
Ebay

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Guitar-Setup-Kit-Nut-files-String-Spacing-Ruler-Action-Guage-Luthier-Tools-/171900064154?hash=item28060ad19a:g:rUAAAOSwDNdV1DFB
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>>61989222
>implying i can reach 1 to 4
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>>61988131
my time to shine desu senpai
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>>61989869
Maybe if you're playing a 35" bass, but on even 26.5" 7 strings it's manageable.

>>61989967
Make it an 8 string and I'll buy one when I'll get rich to play djent shoegaze on it.
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So guys, lets say you get to the point in your guitar playing career where you get your choice in companies to make signature stuff for you, specifically. You get to choose one major company from a guitar manufacturer, pedal manufacturer, and Amp manufacturer to have you make something.

the only rule is no specialty luthiers/manufacturers (eg. Mayones, Ormsby, etc)

Who do you choose?

Personally:
Guitars: ESP Japan
Pedals: EHX
Amps: Orange

Bonus: List specs of your guitar and pedals that you'd want specifically
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>>61989991
a thick gibson sg with a thin neck
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>>61988713
i have half a mind to properly draw this.
>>61989988
I love you, its terrible but I'd actually play the ever loving shit out of pic related
>>61989991
Amps; orange, because I use them myself.
pedals; zoom, because glorious nippon steel and I love my cheap 2020. So I'd ask for a watered down version or maybe a balls to the walls variant.
guitars; gibson or Jackson and I'd make a yamaha sg1080 thats half the weight, thinner neck and has push pull configuration for single coilz.
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>>61989991
>guitar
jackson
>pedals
OBNE
>amps
orange

for the guitar i'd want a slime green superstrat, no floyd rose, extra large pointy headstock, ebony fretboard, 3 humbuckers, black hardware, shark tooth inlays.
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>ebow is here

hurray
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>>61989991
>guitar
charvel
>pedal(s)
give me a boss ce-2 reissue signature
>amp
roland

that's all gear that I already use so hey, why not?
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>>61989991
Guitars : Ibanez Custom shop. I like the headstock more.
Pedals : EHX too, they've got great weirder stuff without being too gimmicky.
Amps : Probably Mesa. The dual rectifier seems too specific but the mark series sound great.

Specwise I'd probably go with a workhouse 7 string, piezo+HSH and also maybe an S-S-Sustainiac fretless 8 strings if I could really try some crazy shit. I don't really care about the body shape, but usually prefer super-strats, maybe with a see-through finish and a fancy wood underneath.

>>61990028
I don't really know how they are but Ibanez made some SG before getting lawsuits, considering the brand they probably already have a thin neck.
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>>61989991
Also to follow up with my guitar:
Would be a body shape much like an offset fender, like a Jaguar/mustang but with slightly better contours. I'd go for a light purple finish. Bare Knuckle Bridge humbucker, Juggernaut, and a Sustainiac in the neck. Single volume, single tone control (even though I rarely use tone) and a classic looking headstock. Thinner fretboard with no inlays, and ebony fretboard. Would probably end up doing a floyd rose as well, but wouldn't care about TOM.

>>61990136
Digging the sound of that guitar, Have you ever played a 3 humbucker guitar? Never had the change, seems like the 3rd might get in the way for me - I have a really heavy pick attack.

>>61990114
Does Zoom make many other pedals besides multis?
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>>61990258
Meme gear.
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>>61990392
I was born in the memes.
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>>61990318
>Have you ever played a 3 humbucker guitar?
no but i've always wanted one. i think they're super fucking rad. i don't see it getting in the way for me. actually you know what, i wonder what something like that would cost. i should try to make it happen. i never really thought about my "dream guitar" before. thanks for asking >>61989991
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>>61990114
Not gonna lie, I'm having fun with this.
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Just picked up this baby, sounds great.

You guys seen anything from NAMM that you can't live without?
>>61990532
I've always wanted a Les Paul black beauty with three humbuckers, seems like it would be pretty versatile.
>>61989991
>guitars
Fender
Seven string Jazzmaster in surf green
>pedals
Chase Bliss definitely. Make me that huge ambient reverb please, already creaming over their new delay
>amps
Matamp/Electric or Verellen. I want a 300 watt clean machine that I can attenuate in to a doom monster.
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>>61990833
That's a real beautiful guitar there my man. as for NAMM stuff, saw some ESP things I really like, as well as from Ibanez (mainly to get myself another Talman perhaps)
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>>61990713
its a dangerous tool, anon
>if I had too much money I would also buy that stocking guitar and give it to a friend of mine
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>you will never be a qt3.14 possessed by Jimi Hendrix's ghost
Why even live
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Post video of yourselves playing

I'll start, to get the ball rolling. I'm just jamming, pls no h8. I play WAY better when the camera's not rolling, honest to Betsy

http://youtu.be/0N-h5et4i3g
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>>61990881
Yeah I'm really proud of it, been wanting a hollow body for a long time and finally had the chance to get one.
As far as NAMM goes I'm super excited about the new Chase Bliss delay, the new sterek 1400 watt Verellen amp, and the new Strymon Generalissimo.
>>61990939
What manga is this?
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>>61991018
Shiori experience
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>>61991018
Shiori Experience
Really slow updates, but it's breddy gud
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>>61990713
It's a pain in the ass to use on mobile.
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>>61991062
>>61991063
Thanks
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>>61990833
Very nice. A White Falcon is on my dream list. Is that an Electromatic or one of the legit falcons?

Either way, I love Gretsch. Filtertrons?
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I asked in the previous general on what 'satin' is, and why it makes guitar necks so smooth but, are all guitar generally finished in satin smooth in nature? Do some companies have smoother satin necks then others? Which one have the smoothest neck?
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>>61990987
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOHaE12Ovro
Ditto, I seem to be really sloppy when playing video but I can play live and shit just fine.

That's a nice clean tone you've got there by the way, what kind of pickups are those? looks like rails?

>>61991075
That looks pretty great too, I really like blue bursts on guitars. Think they're underrated as fuck.
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>>61991191
Haha no there is no way I could justify getting a white falcon. It's an electromatic G5420T.
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huh, building a custom guitar through jackson almost exactly how i want it would only cost 4 grand. that's not bad. i'm gonna do it in a few months i think
sea foam green super strat here i come
i'd have to settle for HSS though which isn't a big deal. i'd probably with pearly gates, hot rails, and cool rails.
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>>61990833
>Seven string Jazzmaster in surf green
I'd be really pleased if fender actually did some 7 strings with single coils, I actually like my single coil's sound despite playing a budget guitar.

>>61990939
This manga better have a qt delinquant possessed by Dimebag
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>>61989991
Introducing the Anon signature San Dimas from Charvel
-Mahogany strat-shaped body and carbonized birdseye maple neck/fretboard, both oil finished
-stainless steel extra jumbo frets on a 16" radius
-one concentric brass volume/tone knob
-hardtail brass bridge with sustain block
-also available with original Floyd Rose, if you're into that
-brass nut
-locking tuners
-Seymour Duncan '59 neck, JB bridge pickup, cool rails middle pickup
-neck profile is standard Charvel because it's already perfect
-extra deep belly contour for comfort

pic related is a mahogany San Dimas. Isn't it beautiful?
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>>61991242
>are all guitar generally finished in satin smooth in nature?
Most of the time. sometimes if the finish is applied wrong it can be pretty "sticky" but that's rare in my run-ins with satin finishes.

>Do some companies have smoother satin necks then others?
I'd imagine so, but I haven't tried too many personally.

>Which one have the smoothest neck?
That is technically more a personal feel - I'd have to personally say I've played the Schecter Blackjack with a satin neck and holy shit did it feel great.

>>61991293
>This manga better have a qt delinquant possessed by Dimebag
I think I'll start reading it just because that COULD happen.
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>>61991293
It doesn't
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>>61991340
>that guitar
damn.
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>>61991268
Carvin Twinblade pickups. They're not quite hot enough for my taste, but they sure sound great.
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>>61988131
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>>61991522
Stop posting this. It makes me want it more each time
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If your pick isn't at least 6 millimeters thick, you are fucking up.
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>>61991598
>tfw you want a mustang despite playing mostly metal
I'd keep it to an ibanez neck though (or even neckthrough heh), and probably have a middle single coil.
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>>61991522
Where's the anime?
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>>61988131
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>>61991658
>you need a certain guitar for certain genres
when will this meme die? amps and pedals are way more important to tone than the guitar itself
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>>61991646
if your pick isn't soviet money you're fucking up
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>>61989991
>Guitars
Either Jackson or Fender. Personally not a fan of artist models, but a specialized Soloist or Telecaster would be nice
>Pedals
Strymon
>Amps
Either Vox or Fender. Get something handwired
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>>61991711
Single coils and shortscales are awful for metal. A longer scale will give you a more satisfying sound, and humbucker will, surprisingly, block the single coil hum.
And the mustang's scale will make baritone tuning sound like shit because of its scale.
Also sticking in a hot rail would defeat the whole purpose of a mustang.

I still agree on the whole basis of the thing, but there are some guitars that just won't work for some really specific genre.
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>>61991646
>>61991721
I've been liking thinner picks more and more as of late.
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>>61991848
dunlop .73 masterrace reporting in
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>arguing about picks
>not using a comb
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSRgkdoK19A
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>>61991848
I used to play with a Gibson TT super thin pick when I first started out, but now I just use Dunlop .88 exclusively. Always subject to change I guess.
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>>61991697
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>>61988131
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>>61991340
Ho Lee Fuk that's pretty.
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>>61991848
I almost exclusively use jazz III's, either the carbon fiber max grips or XLs. I've been meaning to get some tortex and ultex ones though
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>>61991987
>>61991697
>>61991522
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>>61992106
I just ordered some XLs and John Petrucci sig just for the sake of it, how different are the XLs compared to the regular ones ?
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>>61988131
>tfw no qt anime grill who plays an Ibanez
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>>61992132
They actually feel pretty different. They're way comfier to me, since I have big hands
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>>61989991
Introducing Confederate Carl's CoonCaster by Fender USA
>100% African Mahogany body and neck
>Ebony fretboard
>Seymour Duncan Black Winter set
>Reclaimed authentic Confederate flag top
>Vintage 1850's Cotton strap included
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Thinking of getting one of these squier strats and switching out the pickups for better ones. Arctic white or seafoam green? I can't decide.
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Thoughts?
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>>61992230
seafoam green
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>>61991848
Thick picks (2 mm and up) are just so much better in every way
>more durable than thinner picks of same material
>easier to hold
>usually beveled to glide right off the strings
>bigger sound with less effort
Even if you still prefer thinner picks, thick picks are great to practice with. They teach you to relax your right hand, instead of giving your pick the death grip.
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>>61992231
Just glue a titty mousepad, stick it on Yoko and you're set.
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>>61990939
I need the name of this manga
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>>61992132
the XL's are just regular pick sized jazz III's, like exactly the same as a regular dunlop picks. I like them, got the ultex ones.
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>>61992286
I wonder if I can request boob carve
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>>61992404
I'd just request a penis carve on the horn so that someone will have to sand a dick
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Other than the bass and the amp, what are the essentials for learning how to play bass?
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>>61992307
Read the thread
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>>61992231
>Those horns
>Beginner's anime
>8 strings
>No tone knob
At least the inlays look cool. Try again.
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>>61991646
stop biting your nails you disgusting motherfucker
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>>61984764
Ive had a thrash metal band and joined a death metal band. Former fell apart because the drummer stole $100 and several pieces of gear, I tracked down and kicked his ass. My rhythm guitarist had some talent but we disbanded anyways in a small town. I left the latter shortly since the drummers girlfriend wanted my dick and she was also the city pig chief's daughter. She was underage b& anyways and ended my prospects in that particular city. I ended up working with trap music and remixes for a while until I couldn't live without a guitar anymore.
I know its a small Marshall for now but plan to get a larger one in the future. I love how they sound. I'm waiting on both of them.

My main influences are Angus Young, Tony Iommi, Dave Mustaine, Jimmy Page, Kurt Cobain, Gustavo Cerati, Max Cavalera, Randy Rhoads, Paul Gilbert, Chuck Schuldiner, Dimebag Darrel, Rocky George, Dr. Know, Raúl Greñas, Michael Amott and Ben Ash, Steve Vai, Mike Riggs, Akira Takasaki, Buckethead and Abbath/Demonaz
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>>61992560
You don't need a tone knob it's a ruthless djent machine can't you see the EMG's
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>>61992619
Nice blog post
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>>61989869
Um, one finger on each adjacent fret. Start at 7th position, if you want. Just keep the fingerings and lift high because you are exercising, not playing. First finger stays put. Do pick.
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>>61992285
this this this this, I love thick picks, I feel like I have more control with them.
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>>61992511
Playing with a metronome, rhythm is primordial in bass lines.
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>>61992285
Besides the sound argument, I've actually found that it's the opposite for me. I used to like the thick ones when I was 13 or something but after I found out that I don't like working as hard with my right hand, I moved on to thinner picks.
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>>61992619
Subscribed and reblogged.
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>>61992619
Stop posting this, please.
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>>61992560
>>61992231
Step up, senpais.

>>61992222
Kek.
Dean made a Confederate flag Razorback and Dimebag used one of them.
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>>61992988
>9 string djent machine
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>>61993019
A lot of djentfags are weeaboos. Misha Mansoor and Marc Okubo have been known to be one of them.

Also this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5zVz0sXxT4&feature=youtube_gdata_player
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>>61992988
>tfw you jam it into your ribcage before a solo and your rebel heart connects to the souls of dead Confederate soldiers, channeling their voices into your playing
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>>61993128
>not sithu aye's senpai EP
It's nto djent though
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>>61989991
Pretty much this but with black hardware and matching headstock

Xotic

Fender
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>>61992988
Kek.
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>tfw there's no good guitarirst/bassist community out there
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Is the musicman stingray worth it

why
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>>61992988
Idolfags do it better.
https://youtu.be/T34n4dhjeY4
https://youtu.be/pmdsRCjoBEw
https://youtu.be/O1wzLolIvQ0
https://youtu.be/E7bvSq3YCRI
https://youtu.be/vRC9Dttnl7g
https://youtu.be/xp0qMDzW9Pk
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>>61993454
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>>61993454
depends on a number

it's a great instrument. build quality is stellar. I've had the pleasure to play a maple neck stingray on multiple occasions and it's just superb.

however the more time goes the more I'm starting to think that some other brands make them just as good if not better for the price.

lakland, ibanez, yamaha and schecter all sell asian-made MM or MM/J basses that should go for a few hundred bucks less on the used market and, in my opinion, are made just as well
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Would you buy this guitar?
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>>61993692
no but I would play shows with it if I was given it
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>>61993692
I'd buy a trump trumpet
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>>61993692
Yes but only because there are no Mexican Gibson factories
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>>61993692
Only if it's made in mexico.
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>>61993567
What's this from
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>>61993799
Bole no BECK
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>>61993799
FOLLOW YO BRAINSTORM
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>>61985205
Nice I'm playing a fender jazz fretless and it is really good.
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>>61993799
Google reverse image search shows it's from an anime called "BECK". You should use it when you want sources on images or gifs, it's a great tool my friend!

:~)
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god I hate weaboos
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>>61993905
And yet you keep coming back for more
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>>61993905
Normally I'd agree, but this thread has had weeb shit from the start, and has had little to no shitposting.
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>>61993905
>>61993937
anime belongs on /a/ unless it's on topic

hope we're all on the same level
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>>61994024
It was on topic though. It was a gif of someone playing a mm stingray.
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>>61994024
>guitars that happen to have anime designs aren't guitar/bass related
>cartoon representations of guitars/basses that happen to be played by anime characters aren't guitar/bass related
>videos of talented guitarists who happen to be playing songs from their favorite anime aren't guitar/bass related
I could go on
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>>61994100
>>61994112
yeah that's what I meant

meant to rebuke both of these fags at once
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>>61994112
I was being in topic asking for sauce on the gif since I play an MM stingray
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Since we're weebposting may as well post what I'll be ordering on the 28th
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>>61991646

>not playing with your fingers
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>>61991646
what pick is this?
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>>61994324
fingers are really cool for slappity tappitty and doing harmonics while playing something else,
I really hate how hard it is to play fast stuff while fingerpicking though, especially since you can't do tremolo picking unless you're a god.
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>>61989991
Guild(yes, for electric)
EHX
Budda
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Oh shit I just realised you can actually get rid of the low string chugging in modern day prog, replace it with the drum kick, and it just makes the whole thing a lot better
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>>61994324
playing with your fingers is really cool
if you play bass
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Why do all of these modeling amps always go for 100 presets? Why have so many if only like 8 are actually decent, why not just go for like 15 really strong ones instead of advertising so many garbage sounds
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>>61994247
*Last blog was a couple of months back: "Satriani's Picks"

>be me at 17
>lead guitar
>meet bassist in math
>start band
>find rhythm and drums duo
>32 piece drums (with 2x bass)!
>we click but no vocals
>craigslist
>audition some stinkers
>think that it won't happen
>then snoop appears!
>a white guy who goes by "snoop"
>but he can sing and we're gellin'
>looks like a done deal
>neighbours come home so jam's over >we all head to mickey d's and chill
>snoop starts talking about Jews
>ranting
>he doesn't like them
>says he has this Hitler tour shirt...
>that's perfect for the stage
>he looks at us expecting agreement
>fucking /pol/tard
>as leader, it's up to me to tell him
>rhythm and drums are Jews
>no way to recover the situation
>I give him a lift home then go back
>suddenly it makes sense...
>first thing rhythm said when we met...
>"we're Jewish"
>it was a litmus test...
>and info for me to give to new joiners
>my bad
>we ended up with a Korean guy
>he didn't give a fuck about Jews...
>and his hero was Geoff Tate so...
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>>61994813
Sorry about the linking.
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>>61994382
Gravity Picks Striker 6mm
I also have the same thing, but XL size
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>>61994745
Because uninformed buyers think that more presets = more value
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>>61994813
dude...
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>>61994928
? The thing about 4chan is the indecipherable responses.
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>>61994855
oh cool I have some gravity picks, I really like their acrylic material. I'm not seeing the option to add the bevels on their site though
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This thread needs more bass. where my bass players at?
>stumble upon vintage Ovation basses
>think to myself, gee, that's a big neck pickup
>what, is it a quad-coil superbucker or something?
>it actually is

Because the infamous Gibson mudbuckers just weren't enough.
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>>61995089
Waiting on my sandberg and probably modding an old case to turn it into a formfit case for it since none actually exist for it. I don't like gigbags.
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>>61995067
That's just the way they are.
Master finish is the way to go, btw. It almost completely gets rid of that annoying chirp-the only downside to thick picks.
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>>61994553

You can't tremolo pick but its still possible to play fast stuff by using legato and alternating between your thumb and index finger.

I find that playing with fingers make me slower and more chordal in my approach.
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>>61995089
I held a bass guitar for the first time yesterday. Can I be a bass player, too?
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>>61995089
Reporting.
Got my 3rd bass yesterday. A Fretless Squier vm p bass for messing around
Been plating 5 years.
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>>61995089
A quadbucker? how would that even work? And why is it on the neck position then?
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>>61995131
My Warwick Thumb arrives tomorrow. 5 string bolt-on. Who needs a neck pickup when you can have 2 bridge pickups?

I already know it's heavy, the neck dives, and I can't play Motown stuff on it, but that's okay.
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>>61991646
If your picks aren't your fingers you're fucking up.
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>>61988131
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>>61995271
I never really liked Warwick basses, but to each their own. The Sandberg completely blew away any Fender American Standard or American Deluxe I tried out, and it's even cheaper than a Fender here in europe. Pic related would be my second choice, or a Jazz bass, I'm not sure but definitely the colour scheme (and probably without relicing).
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>>61995089
Those maniacs...
How does someone even come with something like this?
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>>61995131
I normally only see those on fretless basses

wonder how it sounds...
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>>61993191
>at that moment you learn the bitter truth that most dead Confederates had no musical talent whatsoever.
>their channeled voices cause you to suck even worse than normal
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>>61995543
>I normally only see those on fretless basses
>those
What exactly do you mean?
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>>61993439
Go to TalkBass.com.
It's about the best musical instrument board out there.
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>>61995358
hey other MM/P guy here

so in the end I was too cheap for the vm4 and got pic related

actually not disappointed at all. this is a solid fucking bass. I'd say two thirds as good for a fourth of the price.
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>>61995565
those big ass pickups
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can someone help me figure out the pedals used in pic related and in this video at 2:40?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBWYX_x9eKs

i know there's a deluxe memory man and a boss me 50 but can anyone tell what else he is using?
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How do you improve your stage presence? As I'm the frontman playing guitar and singing, I could use a few tips on having my presence be more known. I try to move as much as I can but there are definitely times when I start soloing where I stand still and look at my fretboard from time to time.

Also, any tips on playing guitar and singing steadily at the same time?
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>>61995675
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>>61995680
do the thing where you throw your guitar around your shoulder

get strap locks first though wouldn't want to look like an idiot
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>>61995643
Well yeah, diminishing returns start to hit you pretty hard after 1000 bucks, but supporting a local business and getting something really nice are worth it for me (I'm not buying the VM4 anytime soon though, I'm still waiting for the classic special 5).
>>61995662
They're soapbar humbuckers, as far as I know they're not ridiculously large for humbuckers. As for the sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEDB7rLBKIA (obviously has to be taken with a grain of salt because it's a youtube video, but eh)
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>>61995733
You don't want him to end up on "Guitar Fails #X" do you?
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>>61995266
Each string has its own coil that is specifically voiced for it.

>>61995454
Ovation was started by an engineer, and engineers love doing things like this.
It's a very engineerly solution to the problem of a neck pickup being muddy. I can almost hear the guy saying to himself "this way I can set the response for each string just right so it always stays in balance. This is the best solution possible."
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Rec me a good chorus pedal
RRRRRRRRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>61995900
>RRRRRRRRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Not with that attitude young man.
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>>61995555
the wrong side won
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>>61984764
Steel Panther 4 lyf
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>>61995935
Plz ;___;
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>>61991848
Me too...I just bought pack of .46mm Dunlop Nylon. They're paper-like and very interdasting to use. If you don't follow though with your stroke, the string isn't plucked.
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>>61990833
This and the new bill kelliher freedman amp
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>>61995991
I like the guy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acjOQSC6GeI
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>>61984764
sup, glad to see my 80s meme guitar trend has catched on. It's been a few weeks since I was at /gg/
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>>61995823
It's convoluted, but still cool.
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>>61995982
this tbqh
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>>61991848
i've been thinking about getting thinner picks just for strumming

i basically only use jazz 3 picks and have only used them for like 5+ years, but they just aren't that great for strumming easily. i play in bands and whenever i know i'm just going to be strumming for the whole song i just turn the pick upside down and use the rounded part, that kind of works but it feels pretty weird in my fingers.
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>>61995358
>I never really liked Warwick basses
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>>61996696
I'm the guy who bought the Thumb. I've never played a Warwick bass in my life. What am I in for?
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>>61997132
I'm not sure, I just own a corvette copy and it isn't even double bridge pickup.
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>>61995258
Aren't fretless basses fun? I also have a squier but mine is a jazz
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>>61995089
I've played one of these before. THICK. I loved it.
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>>61997352
only if by "fun" you mean "gay"
fretless bass guitars sound like shit. Upright is the way to go.
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>>61997352
I'd love to try one, but I'm afraid that a cheap fretless will be harder to play and discourage me even more from learning it. It's a bit of a dilemma.
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>>61997464
Some of us don't happen to have $4k lying around to buy a quality upright
Not to mention that you can actually get a good sound out of a fretless if you actually know what you're doing and not just wanking
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>>61997592
>what is an electric upright
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>>61997464
upright bass is literally a different instrument, comparing the two as if they're just a different flavour of the same thing is stupid. also: >>61997592
this
>>61997622
Electric uprights still start at 500 bucks and the decent ones are at the very least 1000USD.
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>>61997480
I'd go for it, how unplayable can a fretless bass be? It's not like there's fretwork to fuck up
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>>61997633
an NS designs is the cheapest i would go on an electric upright and i think they are like 1500 at least.
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>>61997677
oh yea, plus bow and rosin
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>>61997677
>>61997713
Yes, and upright strings, if you need to replace them. They're like 100 bucks as well. A good bow is also a few hundred bucks at least. Classical instruments are ridiculously expensive, that reminds me I sitll have a cello from the 1800s laying around, I might have to restore that and try to sell it.
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>>61997480
I learned on fretless but I never thought it was difficult then again it might be if you get one without fretlines
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>>61997633
>>61997677
>>61997713
>Dean
>not decent
fucking elitist faggots
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/bass/dean-pace-contra-electric-upright-bass
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>>61997464
https://youtu.be/X-DC7nEBIR0
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>>61997748
it doesnt work like that. its a whole different price bracket. that pickup doesn't even have options or arco or pizz.
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>>61997464
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhm-EqcPta0
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question for some relatively good jazz improvisers

when you're improvising over some type of progression, are you thinking more in terms of the chords you are soloing over, or the scale corresponding to the chords you are soloing over?

i'm trying to get in the habit of thinking in terms of the backing chords so i can really emphasize the quality of the intervals/adding color tones and stuff like that, but i'm not sure if this is the 'best' approach to it
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>>61997844
I switch between both. Gives it more variety, plus you'll be less likely to sound like a robot.
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Guys...I fucked up.
I tried to coat the fingerboard on my fretless bass because muh Jaco, but now the fretboard is uneven as FUCK. It's so bad, I can't even play certain notes. I also get really bad "fret" buzz. What kind of tool do I need to get an even fretboard? I know StewMac has radishes sanding blocks. Will one of those do the trick?

Pic related, my SX Ursa 3. Sweet bass.
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>>61997910
RADIUSED, not radishes.
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>>61997910
jaco only coated his neck cuz he used roundwounds. just buy basic sand paper at a fine grit and sand out the bumps. either way the worst thing you did was ruin a shitty sx bass
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>>61997910
yea you're going to need a radius block to fix that. you'll probably need to go through a series of different sand paper grits to really get it clean too.
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So I have a Mesa F-50 and I'm tying to cop some Deafheaven type tones. The gain and contour channels on the amp are cool for like sludge-y and lead tones but are one trick ponies and not really appropriate for the sound I'm trying to get. Is there a distortion pedal that I could throw in front of the clean channel to get that kind of sound?
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Little family photo action going on here. Resurrected my Gibson back from the dead after 7 years. Walrus Audio Phoenix is on the way. And probably that new Echoplex delay coming out. And, of course, a memory man (big box) if I can find one. Tinnitus is still hanging around. I'd call the hotline but I always get the machine. How the hell can I leave a message after the beep if it never stops? FUCK.
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>>61998247
is that a peavey rock master? either way nice mix of stuff
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>>61998291
VSS20. Pretty basic mini stack. Has nice cleans though, and a fairly decent on-board chorus. New to get new speakers for it. I was not kind to it in my teenage years.
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>>61998247
How old are you?

Looking at your gear, I just imagine some middle aged guy on his couch, sitting back and strumming chords while enjoying some ice-cold macro brew lager and watching some sort of sports game or outdoors TV show.
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>>61998247
Rec me a chorus pedal
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>>61998361
eh cones and stuff go after time if you actually play at volumes often. a lot of those older peaveys are real sleepers.
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>>61998373
28. More of a bourbon/whiskey guy. Though I do like couches, strumming chords, and occasionally, an outdoor show.

>>61998387
Original Boss CE2 if you got the cash. Or the MXR M234 is a VERY decent copy of the CE2. Steer clear of the Small Clone unless your looking for Nirvana style chorus stuff. You could sell a kidney and get a CE1 but be sure to switch the 50k volume pot for a 500k. Them pedals ain't made for guitar.
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>>61998555
doesn't BYOC have a CE2 clone for cheap?
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You know, I was looking at Ibanez's AANJ, and why don't they just cutaway the big hole around the ferrule and just stick a curved neck plate on it?

That way the joint would be even thinner, which means better neck access.
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Does someone here have experience with Harley Benton instruments? Basically copies of popular instruments that Thomann manufactures somewhere in China, as far as I can tell. I'm a bassist and I'd like to try out something else, and they are ridiculously cheap.
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Who else /acoustic/ here?
I'm the proud owner of a 134 (pic related) and a G60. They're both amazing amps. The 134 is just on another level. It's LOUD, it has the best clean sound you could imagine, has loads of clean headroom, works well with pedals, etc., basically everything you could ask for in an amp.

I don't know about the new stuff, but the vintage stuff never fails to impress me.
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>>61998667
ok pat metheny. that amp is loud though. its also sterile as fuck but at least you like it
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>>61998588
do you really have issue with how thin that shit is already? the access is fine
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>>61998570
Not sure about BYOC specifically, but there are CE2 clones out there you can build.
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>>61998760
byoc clone with the old chips is like 70 bucks
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>>61998700
You don't even know.
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>>61998947
i do though
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Am I stupid for keeping old strings? I currently have 4 sets of bass strings in my drawer, all of them are old and don't sound good anymore, I just can't bring myself to throw them away for some reason.
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>>61999006
well you can boil them. otherwise just get rid of them if they are trashed
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>>61998820
Kinda. They're modern recreations of the same chips.
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What was Ronson's pedalboard like during the Ziggy era?
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>>61999060
well sure but they're also 1/3 the price and while i know its not 60s % resistors i imagine its fine even if produced cheaper in a modern context
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>>61999092
hang on let me ask him
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Who /Stingray/ here?

I'm fucking loving this thing. My next bass will definitely be a USA Music Man Stingray or a one of those Lakland Skyline J/MM basses
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>>61998732

It's not really 'all-access' though. It's not as good as on a neck through, whereby you can put your pinky on the 24th fret of the E string comfortably. I remember playing a Carvin DC127 and the higher frets were so easy to reach.
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>>61999006
Wipe them down with a cotton ball soaked in rubbing alcohol. Bam, fresh strings. If they're actually worn from being pressed onto the frets, then they're FUBAR
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>>61999168
really thats your baby hands. im not even huge and i can deal with a square cut 24 fret tele fine. stop whining.
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>>61999154
hnng am i right?
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Is $50/hr steep for jazz lessons from a good teacher?
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>>61999187
Nah, they're played to death with tons of dents in them.
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>>61999195

My hands aren't that small. Try doing a chromatic run 4 notes per string from the 20-24 frets on the low strings. It's awkward as hell.
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>>61999154
>>61999199

Hnnng my new baby a Stingray 5 HH
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>>61999238
sorry, its your hands.
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>>61999212
yes
is he jewish?
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>>61999154
I don't like the 5 string rays. They sound different to me, and the pick guard is ugly. The 4 strings are really cool, though. They're more versatile than I first thought.

Are they supposed to be 3 times louder than a normal bass? I was trying out different basses at guitar center, and I had to turn the amp WAY down to get the same volume as everything else.
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>>61999241
Oh fuck dude thats a USA Music Man isn't it? I'm mad jelly. How does the MM pickup sound in the neck?

I've always wanted to play a USA MM ray, sadly for me though i've only had access to Sterling and SUB rays.

How does the neck feel?
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>>61999305
Yeah, the 4 strings definitely look a lot cooler, but I feel a lot better with a 5 string for the stuff I play

Mine is a Sterling SUB (Music Man's budget line), so I can't speak for true Stringrays, but this definitely has more output than my other active basses. Pickups on this are kind of muddy though thqh, which is expected from a budget line. Might swap em out for some Aguilars or Nordstrands or something. Bartolinis are nice too
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>>61999317
It plays like a dream, only got it a few weeks ago actually.

I always liked pbasses, so I tend to use the neck pickup most of the time and I really like it. It's my first active bass and first with a humbucker but they're much more responsive than either the fender or warwick I used before. The neck is pretty fast too, I really like the finish in stealth black, it has a nice feel to it on the neck.
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I think every Stingray should have a clear pick guard.
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>>61999418
Glad to hear you're liking the bass dude. Stingrays are real gems, thats for sure. Music Man makes kick ass guitars as well.

Have you ever played a Lakland bass?
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It doesn't work as well with the 5 string.

Why is the classic stingray 5 the only one with a normal pick guard?
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>>61999431
I think it would look a lot better on a bass without the natural finish
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>>61999212
Put it to you this way, aside from the teacher actuall putting your fingers where they should go, what can he do that YouTube can't?
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>>61999154
I don't play much bass, but I love the look and feel of these basses.
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>>61999462
Music Man guitar owner here, I can attest to their quality and top notch customer service.
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>>61999682
Which guitar do you have friend?
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>>61999682
>>61999714
In addition to by SUB Stingray I also have a SUB Axis. Sweet guitar
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>>61988690
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>>61991721
What exactly is that? That is kinda cool as fuck and I want to get a few
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>>62000556
not him but it appears to be a coil shaved into a pick shape
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>>61999749
cool guitar! I've been wondering about these, what's the control scheme?
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>>61994317
Where are you buying it from?
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>>61988131
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>>62000556
It's one of these (though from 91) someone ground into a pick. I found it on ebay for $5
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I used to have a 1955 Vox Stroller, cherry red, that I restored by hand. I lent it to a friend along with an amp and a cheap foot pedal.

I've never gotten them back and I've tried for like 5 years. I'm thinking about just filing a police report.
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>tfw tax return
What are you all getting?

I'm only going for a bigsby to put on my sg and a big muff
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>>62000688
I'm not actually sure, but I have a good idea for most of them

1- Neck single coil
2- Neck humbucker
3- Can't tell with this one. Either neck sc + bridge sc or neck hb + bridge hb
4- Bridge humbucker
5- Bridge single coil

The two knobs are master volume and master tone. A lot of cool sounds from this thing
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>>62000744
I'm not going to even ask why it took you this long to think about that
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>>61988131
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>>62000799

I'm too nice for my own good and I know it. And thinking about it makes me anxious. I have bad anxiety.

She changed her number after I kept texting about it, blocked me on Facebook. I have no way of contacting her since she moved houses. She lives in the same city, but I dunno where now.
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>>62000865
>She

Explains everything. I understand.
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>>62000888

Not a girl I liked romantically or wanted to fuck. Just a friend.
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>>62000865
she probably sold it... I hate people taking advantage of someone else's kindness. I'm one too give when asked and it sucks sometimes.
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>>61988131
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>>62000929

We'll see. I'm gonna file that report soon. I hope she didn't.

I wish I wasn't such a nice person. Some people try to take advantage of me. I've become less stupid since I lent her my guitar, but I'm still kinda naive.
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>>62001073
cold world out there
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>>61999154
>tfw just want a white stingray4 with a black pickguard but fucking only ones are with tort.
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>>62002137
buy a pickguard
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>>62002175
fair point. I was more complaining they stopped making them with back, or at least distributing to where I live.
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>>61984764
I have to buy a nut to replace the one that broke one my electric guitar.

Any suggestions?
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Why do people spend so much more on an american Fender over a Mexican or Japanese one? They use the same parts, right? So you're spending so much more money to have an american assembly line worker do it instead of a mexican one?
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>>62002461
why ask these questions if you obviously didn't bother to do the smallest amount of research before-hand? you're embarrassing yourself
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>>62002569
>you're embarrassing yourself
You seriously think I give a flying fuck about the opinions of random people on an anonymous imageboard on the internet? Wow, that's kinda funny. I can post 5 minutes later and you wouldn't even know it was me, how exactly am I embarassing myself?
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