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G Man

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About G Man

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  • Birthday 11/17/1967

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  • guitars
    2017 Epi Jack Casady 20th Anny. Bass, 1996 Hamer Cruise 2, gotoh bridge, 1982 Blitz, 2007 Gadow Custom Hollow, 2016 Gadow Custom Hollow P90 custom, 2009 Front Porch Lutherie ES335,
  • amps
    GenzBenz Streamliner 900, Epifani 4x10 and 1x15 cabs, Phaez SIBLY 2/6V6, Coyote Cabs Alpha Pup 1x12 w/Tone Tubby Alnico, Soul Tramp 5E3 based tweed, 1970 Princeton Reverb
  • fx
    TC Electronics Polytune, Teese wah, DOD digi-delay, Way Huge Aqua Puss, Wampler Super Ecstasy, Barber Small Fry, Boss RC-2, EH Q-Tron, Ditto 2

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    Western Mass

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  1. I'm with Steve, that may be the perfect burst. Lovely!
  2. 1970 Princeton Reverb in a newer 1x12 combo cab with a ToneTubby ceramic. Get's the job done quite well.
  3. I've heard it told with drummers, which adds a little more something, IMHO.
  4. His TONE!!! How is he being amplified? I don't see a wire or a mic, must be some sort of onboard wireless? Whatever it is, it works really well.
  5. Love my Nash P bass, I could definitely see getting a Nash tele. That one looks killer, even with that abomination of a tremolo attached to it.
  6. I've had a dual channel phaez based on a clean blackface tone and a dumble in a 50 watt size. A glorious amp that is being enjoyed today by a good friend I sold it to. This amp is going on close to 10 years old and no problems to speak of. I also own a 22 watt 2/6v6 SIBLY that is as good as one could ask for in a small form marhsall in a box. Again no complaints and no issues over the years. Randy can be hard to communicate with, as he is more interested in building amps than answering emails, so customer service could be better, if that's a concern, maybe pass. For me, I grabbed both used and have not had a reason to deal with Randy, nor do I see a reason to going forward.
  7. This took routing. But it did indeed get the job done. I no longer have this bass.
  8. TI Flats installed, and this bass feels like home. I am half tempted to have a local luthier make me a tort pickguard out of this really nice one-ply tort material he has, but I feel as though I should live with the white for a while. Not a lot of examples out there to determine if I like the idea or not.
  9. Well, as pretty as that EBMM Classic Sabre was that I posted several months back, I find I just really don't like an active bass. So, it went on the chopping block with a trade option. I was lucky enough to have someone offer this 2018 Mapleglow 4003s as a straight trade. Came in today and damn if it doesn't fit like a glove right out of the box. I have heard some people have trouble with the ergo's on these basses, but not me. I've got a set of TI flats on the way and it will be just right at that point . Can't wait for practice next week.
  10. Damn, that's the way you do it right there. Nice score!
  11. Very nice! Love all of the fancy woods. And I'm sure it sounds huge with those electronics.
  12. Another vote for the Princeton Reverb. Mine's from 1970 and has been put into a 1x12 cab, sounds glorious. The other amp that has been out of production for a while now, but made for a great pedal platform is the Genz Benz Black Pearl, if you see one local for short money, grab it.
  13. I'm up the road about 45 minutes in Northampton MA. Its a nice area, plenty of decent music comes through, and NYC is easily accessible. Can't say I've heard of anything on this side of the big river that could equal the 4321 experience.
  14. Congrats, she's a beauty! If I could only have one electric guitar, it would be a tele of some sort, the perfect guitar really.
  15. Keep an eye out for a used Roc-n-soc throne, most comfortable I've used.
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