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Monday, 26 August 2013 16:48

My home setup - Fall 2013

welcome to my basement.  this is the space where I write, practice, chill, and do some production works most of the time.

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Tuesday, 28 July 2009 15:36

live setup

 

my setup of july, 2009.  here's the chain

  • musicman bongo HS
  • squier classic vibe 60's jazz bass
  • ovation acoustic, from mak wai
  • apple macbook
  • motu 828mkii
  • carl martin compressor/limiter
  • line 6 pod x3 live
  • markbass f1
  • markbass traveller 102p

good thing about this setup is that they can be packed and transported in 1 trip when needed(w/o the acoustic gtr),  2 is alot better tho.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday, 26 March 2012 16:58

ampeg - amb1bc

amb1

- ampeg amb-1bc (black cherry) - the wife

- 4 string

- basswood body

- 3 pieces maple neck

- rosewood finger board

- 32" short scale

- bassline SMB-4a pickup 

- aguilar obp-3 preamp installed in 2009

- volume, hi / mid / low boost&cut with switchable mid freq

- parallel / split / series pickup switch (mini toggle) 

- top load / body thru string loading option 

- weight - aprox. 7lbs 

 

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Wednesday, 14 March 2012 15:41

westone spectrum lx

westone spectrum lx

my current/only fretless bass
*update on Apr. 2013, this bass was sold to a friend Stephen

- westone spectrum lx electric bass 

- bolt on fretless neck, comes with extra fretted neck

- maple body

- canadian hard maple neck with position dot on the side

- rosewood fretboard, graphite nut

- 34" scale length

- westone magnaflux pickups (one split coil, one humbucker)

- 18v active electronic, can run in passive mode

- black finish including the back of the neck, black hardwares, the ninja bass

- weight about 9.3lbs 

- made in japan 

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Wednesday, 03 February 2010 15:15

pedal board 10'

 

i had been using line6 pods for 6-7 years when bass podxt first came out.  and then switched to x3 not necessary an upgrade, just way more versatile that i can use it for guitar and microphone together.

finally start putting a pedalboard together to carry my mostly used stomp boxes.  it's fun and let me go through some of my opinions about these gears.

 

 

 

 

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