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PostSubject: speed riffage on the series10   Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:32 am

the bass part of an original's into that I'll eventually get around to posting the whole thing.
the guitar and bass follow each other but the guitar breaks off in places to harmonize.

the ganiac is on, the bass is overloading my wireless as I turned the gain on the beltpack all the way up with the hb soloed the drtmbeat is at 173 and the hiss is terrible but no feedback Smile



and what the thing really sounds like ----
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Mon May 02, 2011 6:51 am

Nice! How about some more?!?!
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Mon May 02, 2011 10:15 am

more? sure..give me a bit to get "part2" of that original on videotape and post it.
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:51 pm

ok sly, after 2 weeks of dr and hospital visits later, I finally had the energy to pick up the bass again

I'm one to be prone to kidney stones and have had them in the past so i know what to expect.
medication pain pills and blood and urine samples but i'm getting back into the swing of things, no infections, no stone is large enough to get stuck which would require surgery, but annoying and mild pain from time to time till it passes.









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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Thu Jun 30, 2011 1:50 pm

Now THAT'S bringin' it, Mike! cheers

Sorry to hear of your struggles with kidney stones. I know all too well about that, and it sucks arse. I hope you continue to get better, Bro.

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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Thu Jun 30, 2011 4:06 pm

ya we missed a show tomorrow and cancelled it last week cause i didnt want to be caught in a car that the gig was 2 hours away one way and wasnt really a high paying gig but the weather this weekend up her is gonna be nice 80's and sunny so i'll be somewhere local Smile. this week i feel a lot better, You know how it is if it isnt one thing its another.
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Mon Jul 04, 2011 9:45 am

and sure some more? why not..here's the official 4th of july SHORT jam.
i did play the whole song, but in this version cut most of it out just to let some people hear the pre/verse/chorus/lead/end of the piece.
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Mon Jul 04, 2011 12:29 pm

I hope your health problems get resolved...keep on jammin' those videos to take your mind off the pain!! ;-) Love your tone - nasty yet beefy! And man, you can shred!
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Mon Jul 04, 2011 1:17 pm

thanks sly, just some medical junk I have to put up with every now and then...and the tone in this vid and the one right before it? well..lol it sure wouldn't work for a lot of stuff..hehehe
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Mon Jul 11, 2011 9:02 am

before I take apart and ship MadMike my CMG, naturally I have to jam on it a bit this week...lol

here is my highspeed jam I did on the series10 minus the hiss, minus the distortion and just "plain". Not bad for a 100.00 bass, but there is a lot of work ahead to get this neck onto a lefty body and all the rest of the junk that goes along with the rebuild...

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this was an ABUSED CMG. It was smacked on both sides of the body at the bottom sides, it was a retard who stripped the TR nut AND while in the process ( I'll bet the dipsh*t held onto the head while forcing the nut ), pulled the FB off the neck, but I wanted to show my friend who practically gave it to me that it still plays regardless of the damage...hehehe

My friend did not know it was damaged and took it back. He never opened it when he got it back, just re-shipped it out to me the same day. He didn't care and was happy I wanted it and will be able to use it for my lefty project.
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Mon Jul 11, 2011 5:56 pm

Nice jam mike.

You asked for that specific preamp and pickup ... I said, "ooooookay". You know your rig better than me ... and I definitely didn't get than tone out of it on my 2x15 rig. There was bad hum when I first wired it up, but trying different things and ending up with the switched dimarzio / duncan wiring got rid of most of it. I think its because both of those pups are so hot (11.5k!). Hum or not ... harmonics and growl are nasty with a nice punch. Is that the giantiack thingey? I don't understand why, but that s10 is sounding awesome for you. Im glad.

Now that I look at it again, that charvel fb should be no problem. Since I've gotten back to a job, the ironbird has been sitting on the bench. Busy with work and the house in combo with no cash has let it sit. Ill have to get back to it this week to clear the bench for yours. The bird is gonna be re ranch gibson phalen blue with ebonyized neck. Crap ... I gotta get a mm pickup for it too.

I looked at that charvel body too. Its looks worse than it is. The dings aren't even through the primer and sanding sealer. Yeah, I can do something with that body. Need to find a neck.

And glad your feeling better mike. Wasn't seeing as much of you as of late ... was wondering if something was up.
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Mon Jul 11, 2011 6:15 pm

ya the gainiac up all the way. the CMG version of the same thing is just the CMG no distortion.
and that illNINO jam is the s10 with more of the clean channel coming thru with the ganiac still turned on.

someday i'll spend the money and get a vid editing program and just record the mixerboard audio onto the vids, but for now - just the camcorder mics.
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Tue Jul 12, 2011 4:36 am

Great videos & killer playing. Love your tone.
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PostSubject: Re: speed riffage on the series10   Tue Jul 12, 2011 8:06 am

well BD as you have been around here for a long time, I'm not one to play with a muffly-blank tone..always trebly thanks to 2 guitarists for many years forcing me to "cut thru the mix"...lol and Eric's 1x15 cab was such a big improvement in the volume wars, I can't believe I relied on PA support for so long ...hehe
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