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Jimi Hendrix - guitar
Bernie Worrell - keyboard
Jaco Pastorius - bass
Tony Williams - drums
(no vocals, just long funky fusion jamming)
Big in Japan
There's an instrumental version of "Blood Sugar Sex Magick" floating around and it's great.
I'm pretty monogamous with my instruments. I've had my only bass (a Modulus VJ) for 23 years and never wanted anything else. A couple years ago I...
I've got the DiMarzio Vintage Minibucker (DP240) paired with an Area Hot T (DP421) and love them both.
Years ago my wife refused to let me name our son Mingus, so we ended up with a dog named Mingus instead. Here's my favorite Mingus track:
One of my all-time favorite bands! In my mind they should have been one of the biggest of the '90's.
What's brown and sounds like a bell?
(from Monty Python's Flying Circus)
+1 for "The Wild Bunch"
I had a similar problem a short while back. A Windows forum told me that I was out of luck and had lost everything. Another forum pointed me to...
+1 for the Area Hot T. I have one paired with the DiMarzio Vintage Minibucker in the neck and they're a great combination.
21 years ago I bought a Modulus Vintage Jazz bass with EMG pickups and haven't wanted anything else since. I've used it to play everything from...
I sold a Tiffany style lamp to Vinnie Vincent and a trunk load of fried chicken and sides to Reba McEntire. Not on the same day.
The Wild Bunch is my favorite, but my favorite to recommend is Cut Throats Nine.
A Serbian Film.
It starts out creepy, shifts into disturbing and then continually reaches new lows that I never thought possible right up to the...
Jones' bass was the swinging balls of the band, not everything but crucial to their sound. Listen to "Skótoseme" by Diamanda Galas (preferably the...
I saw them in '96 and it was amazing.
I watched "Shine a Light" earlier tonight and noticed that Micawber was always switched to the bridge position.
Brazil - my #1 for close to 30 years
Raising Arizona - I can watch this in the morning and giggle all day long
The Wild Bunch - I love...
I have an SKB44 TSA case for my bass and it's built like a tank. Soon I'll be getting the SKB66 for my tele and I won't even consider anything else.
Well, I managed to straighten out the neck without causing an explosion of maple and/or ash splinters. Thanks again!
OK, sounds a little scary but I'll try it. Thanks, Ron!