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Yes, the thread's not titled NUBD. ;)
I play with the E string on bottom, not unusual in the lefty guitar world.
I had a righty in the early 90s.
My Beatles tribute band does a set of Sixties tunes and I use it during that set. I'm probably gonna be using it for my original band too.
I own 4 Gibson basses, I don't consider that to be overlooking them.
I don't understand your reply.
Catalinbread SFT > Behringer Ultra Bass Flanger > EarthQuaker Devices Rainbow Machine > Boss Bass Chorus > EH Deluxe Bass Big...
Reminds me of my Schecter.
Here's one of my many lefty "un-pretty" basses. Hideous really.
Soundmen add SO much low end I usually send them a "bass light" signal, tends to sound more balanced and less boomy out front.
I've been using a Fender Rumble 200 for over a year with great results, and it's light!...
I bought my '69 EB-2 in 1990, having wanted one for decades. I've always loved the look, and the tone on those British Invasion songs was...
I use a capo on one song in our set. it holds the C on the E string so it can drone while I noodle on the other strings.
I was thinking kinda Gibson Victory lookin'.
It's a strange one. Special-ordered from the factory with a second large mudbucker at the bridge, and stereo outputs( and "STEREO" truss rod...
Here's my '69 Gibson EB-2(with special-order dual "Mudbuckers") and my lefty 2012 Gibson Midtown Bass.
And my lefty 2012 Gibson SG...
Of course what looks like a "mudbucker" on current Epis/Gibsons isn't even close in sound to the real deal from the 60s.
And Hooky too!
AMEN! Great stuff. 11/17/70.
That's from the GYBR DVD, Gus is gone too.:sad:
Dee Murray was THE player who lit my fire for becoming a bass player in 1976. Great, great playing and tone.
Check my signature!
Check out the Deluxe Bass Big Muff, it has the Crossover where you can dial in a second distortion sound and footswitch between the two. And a DI....