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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 am digging the 7/8 D28. What is the scale length? And does it have as full a sound as a full size dread?
  2. I've had an auto part that was supposed to arrive via FedEx last Thursday, then Friday, then Saturday, now maybe tomorrow? You get the picture.
  3. I've been keeping my eye out for a particular 2x10 bass cab for a while now, grabbed one used yesterday at a price I could more than justify. However, we're talking the proverbial threefiddy, not >$1K.
  4. I may be in, depending on the virus of course. I'd be happy to bring my bass rig or drums, as needed.
  5. I second holding out for a US version, especially at the prices they come in at. Also, recognize there is a 1st Gen and 2nd Gen. Cruise bass. 1st Gen was set neck and a totally different beast, harder to find and more expensive. The 2nd Gen is the more JB looking version, and came in both a 2Tek bridge or a Gotoh bridge config. The 2 Teks are generally heavier, but apparently have sustain for days, though I personally have not been fortunate enough to play one.
  6. Now, his Rock Candy Funk Party side project, I would gladly go see in a heartbeat. He can indeed let his hair down, so to speak.
  7. No, it is not an amp for Ants. It is an amp for Suckers.
  8. And set it up with the wrong strings. Buh dump, dump.
  9. I have never heard a SD pickup that didn't need replacing. Its nice that there are so many MUCH better alternatives out there these days.
  10. I remember catching a short lived band, Frogwings, back in the late 90s. John Popper, Oteil Burbridge, Kofi Burbridge, Jimmy Herring, Derek Trucks, Butch Trucks, Count Mbutu, and Marc Quinones. What a show. I believe they released a live album, Croakin at Toad's Place, available on all the streaming services and well worth giving a listen.
  11. Loved Jazz is Dead back when they came out. Too bad they aren't still together. Jimmy Herring is a madman.
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