Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by swarden43, Dec 10, 2017.
Fender Jazz bass, Gallien-Krueger amps. Set up at church for worship.
So whatcha playin'?
Nice little set up. It's always good to amplify the lord..warn em' bout' that long black train..
If guitar lessons and practice count, here's my Yamaha FS830.
Amen. Thank you.
And to you.. I actually have a Selmer Combo. It's a laminated but the old girl has a surprisingly good sound..must be all that aging. I named her old granny after granny Clampet..granny always did like her music..She sings out loud and clear with a new set of strings and a good coat of Dunlop 65..
As I’m on the train going to work right now, I had to borrow a shot of my guitar model off the Internet.
Gibson ES-335 TD, vintage 1974
And therein lies the reason I play bass and not guitar - just four strings, one note at a time!
My wife and I both play the bass. We have a collection of about 50. Here's some pics.
The black & maple G&L's
Fender Jazz FSR
And many many more basses!!
A Kala tenor ukulele, because a fat man playing a soprano ukulele just looks silly.
Okay, must be a generational thing or maybe just depends on where you grew up, but gig rig meant a nail in the end of a broom stick or a genuwine two prong gig, a fast little stream and lots of frogs or day at the shore and flounder fer dinner. There was one kid that had a fancy five prong gig but he was from the city and didn't know no better.
a single professional engagement, usually of short duration, as of jazz or rockmusicians.
any job, especially one of short or uncertain duration:
a teaching gig out west somewhere.
verb (used without object), gigged, gigging.
to work as a musician, especially in a single engagement:
He gigged with some of the biggest names in the business.
I only gig frogs, but here is my "boom room."
Fender Jazz Bass
Fender Rumble 40w/Overdrive Combo
Hardwire Boutique Phaser
Teton 15w Acoustic Guitar Amp
When I have the opportunity to play with the worship band (every two-threee months or so...), I'll snag one of these four custom lefty acoustics.
Each has a built-in K&K Pure Western (soundboard transducer) pickup—except for the slope dread which the Trinity system (mic, SB transducer, pre-amp), which are then fed into a Dtar Mama Bear Digital Acoustic Guitar Preamp.
The sound in the house is through several Meyer arrays & sub, which all sounds rather incredible.
Nice guitars! I'll say it again... So weird to see the cutout on the "wrong" side!
thats my exact experience every time I venture into a guitar store.
I use a K&K in my Gibson acoustic. It's a great pickup. I'll have to try and post some gear tomorrow.
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