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Silverburst Gibson Explorer baritone.
Also, to the OP - I had an HR115d once, was ok
"Dos and Don'ts" is actually a decent suggestion, I'd go with that
"Excuse me ma'am, but if you look closely you can see I have placed this volume knob so it obscures the demon's willy"
"Oh how splendid"
I've obtained my replacement for this (Musicman Silhouette Baritone/Bass) so would be good to get this moved on.
Will entertain trades/partial...
On the one hand that seems like a lot of features for only 50% more than the original Wurm.
On the other hand the eyes don't light up anymore so.....
I'm just wanting to avoid the stress of shipping it but maybe that's limiting the market too much.
Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Swamp ash body, tasmanian blackwood top, rosewood neck, maple fretboard, 29.2 to 26.2 scale length...
I've a pair of trick 1vs (though I don't have their actual beaters, just a pair of iron cobra beaters with it) and a set of Axis longboards and I...
Something off By Inheritance by Artillery maybe?
My Vigier Excalibur 7 has a chunky neck, more of a "D".
It's too much shoulder for me but could be just the thing if that's what you're in to.
1. Knowing what pitch you're trying to sing.
2. Knowing what pitch you are singing.
3. Accepting that your voice is going to sound like your voice.
Magnesium Sulfate paste, draw it out
I like the black "A" on the black board
That doesn't reflect my experience.
I think I might make a small pedalboard for bass - I've got a VT Bass DI, Bass octave deluxe, OC3, will add a compressor, envelope filter...
Sheets of RW3, a roll of hessian and some cable ties to hang them (though tbh you can probably just get away with leaning them up*) go a lot...
What are we talking about budget wise?
Handy if you're 90 degrees out of phase.