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Thanks for the comments Rick! As usual at these gigs there wasnt time to get a desk recording and the guitarists mum had her phone on record. Roger Dean was watching so no pressure!The CS is a great bass and sounds very much like an RM. For the small stage at Trading Boundaries I used an SVT115 with an SVT112 on top and two SVT3 amps with the signal split at the M13 effects unit. The phone footage sound is a bit rough but it sounds like a Yes bootleg. Glad you like it. PG.
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Thanks for the info on your equipment Pag... I always wonder what people are using as their amplifiers and cabinets !



pag wrote:Thanks for the comments Rick! As usual at these gigs there wasnt time to get a desk recording and the guitarists mum had her phone on record. Roger Dean was watching so no pressure!The CS is a great bass and sounds very much like an RM. For the small stage at Trading Boundaries I used an SVT115 with an SVT112 on top and two SVT3 amps with the signal split at the M13 effects unit. The phone footage sound is a bit rough but it sounds like a Yes bootleg. Glad you like it. PG.
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Great shot Ian! Love that bass!! Is this a for real book or are you having some fun with us? If real, when does it come out?
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pag wrote:Playing for Roger Dean at his exhibition at Trading Boundaries in East Sussex last November.
Audience phone footage.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fbcm7GvmzfE
Sounds great, Pete!
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Hey Ginger! Good "seeing" you again! :D
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Damn. A walnut 4002. The depths of my envy are indeed profound.
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Isaac wrote:Damn. A walnut 4002. The depths of my envy are indeed profound.
I take it you didn't notice that it is fretless...................
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jps wrote:
Isaac wrote:Damn. A walnut 4002. The depths of my envy are indeed profound.
I take it you didn't notice that it is fretless...................
No, Sir, I did not. Hard to see, even when looking ofr it, on my monitor. Never thought I'd see an actual hen's tooth!
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The Burgundy Beast getting a run out
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Isaac wrote:
jps wrote:
Isaac wrote:Damn. A walnut 4002. The depths of my envy are indeed profound.
I take it you didn't notice that it is fretless...................
No, Sir, I did not. Hard to see, even when looking ofr it, on my monitor. Never thought I'd see an actual hen's tooth!
There's a picture of that one in the book. And there is at least one more fretless 4002 out there. :D
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And here is me taking 1 of the 25 Racing Green 4003's in the world out for a spin :)
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It clashes with your drummer's set. :mrgreen:
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