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    Default Big Bad Wolf's first gig

    So this was my new bands first gig. Private Party in Maryland. Audio/video is not so great but you get the idea. Playing with my custom Lonnybass and a bit of distortion on this particular song.

    AB
    Last edited by 5Slinger; 10-01-2013 at 06:18 AM.


    LW Gold Standard 5
    Carvin - Icon5, BB75
    Fender - American Standard Precision, Frankenfender jazz (J-East Pre, Geddy Neck, N3 pickups), MIM Pbass (delano pickups, Warmoth Jazz neck), American PJ
    Musican Stingray
    Alembic Spoiler
    Ibanez Musician
    Ibanez RB924
    Rickenbacker 4003s
    Spector Euro 4 LX
    Power by Carvin B1000 through Hartke Hydryve 112x2 (MarkBass Nano for practice/small gigs)


    Somebody turn up the Bass!

    www.engine14.com
    www.facebook.com/engine14band[/SIZE]

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    I loved it. I would bring you up for m birthday in November, But I suspect you guys would kill me on the travel costs.
    Brian

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    What time was that?

    Maybe that is why the cops came, you played to late in the night....
    Nothing like a Great Bottom end!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditto View Post
    What time was that?

    Maybe that is why the cops came, you played to late in the night....

    We started at 9 and they shut us down about 10:30. The organizers of the party did not get the right approvals/permits for high noise after 10pm. They let us go an extra 30, the cops were actually into it but they had a job to do (retired copper here) so we understood. Still got paid :-)


    LW Gold Standard 5
    Carvin - Icon5, BB75
    Fender - American Standard Precision, Frankenfender jazz (J-East Pre, Geddy Neck, N3 pickups), MIM Pbass (delano pickups, Warmoth Jazz neck), American PJ
    Musican Stingray
    Alembic Spoiler
    Ibanez Musician
    Ibanez RB924
    Rickenbacker 4003s
    Spector Euro 4 LX
    Power by Carvin B1000 through Hartke Hydryve 112x2 (MarkBass Nano for practice/small gigs)


    Somebody turn up the Bass!

    www.engine14.com
    www.facebook.com/engine14band[/SIZE]

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    Ok let's try these. The video is what it is. But, I put our better soundtrack behind it so you can at least hear the bass and other instruments.








    Last edited by 5Slinger; 10-01-2013 at 06:15 AM.


    LW Gold Standard 5
    Carvin - Icon5, BB75
    Fender - American Standard Precision, Frankenfender jazz (J-East Pre, Geddy Neck, N3 pickups), MIM Pbass (delano pickups, Warmoth Jazz neck), American PJ
    Musican Stingray
    Alembic Spoiler
    Ibanez Musician
    Ibanez RB924
    Rickenbacker 4003s
    Spector Euro 4 LX
    Power by Carvin B1000 through Hartke Hydryve 112x2 (MarkBass Nano for practice/small gigs)


    Somebody turn up the Bass!

    www.engine14.com
    www.facebook.com/engine14band[/SIZE]

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    Updated the audio so you can hear the bass and other instruments


    LW Gold Standard 5
    Carvin - Icon5, BB75
    Fender - American Standard Precision, Frankenfender jazz (J-East Pre, Geddy Neck, N3 pickups), MIM Pbass (delano pickups, Warmoth Jazz neck), American PJ
    Musican Stingray
    Alembic Spoiler
    Ibanez Musician
    Ibanez RB924
    Rickenbacker 4003s
    Spector Euro 4 LX
    Power by Carvin B1000 through Hartke Hydryve 112x2 (MarkBass Nano for practice/small gigs)


    Somebody turn up the Bass!

    www.engine14.com
    www.facebook.com/engine14band[/SIZE]

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    howdy

    first gig? Most Excellent, as Bill and Ted would say! Man, that is what we are all striving for, no? AND, you got LEO's to show up and listen too? Sounds like you checked all the boxes on the first gig...

    Hope the next one is easier and just as much, or MORE FUN!

    pan

    I like your song list on the website. Obviously a highly intelligent and well bred crew of musicians
    Last edited by panhead; 10-01-2013 at 07:53 AM.

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    Last one from this gig, Classic - Sunshine of your love





    LW Gold Standard 5
    Carvin - Icon5, BB75
    Fender - American Standard Precision, Frankenfender jazz (J-East Pre, Geddy Neck, N3 pickups), MIM Pbass (delano pickups, Warmoth Jazz neck), American PJ
    Musican Stingray
    Alembic Spoiler
    Ibanez Musician
    Ibanez RB924
    Rickenbacker 4003s
    Spector Euro 4 LX
    Power by Carvin B1000 through Hartke Hydryve 112x2 (MarkBass Nano for practice/small gigs)


    Somebody turn up the Bass!

    www.engine14.com
    www.facebook.com/engine14band[/SIZE]

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    Sunshine Of Your Love is listed as private! Share it with the world!

    Ack! Ack! Ack!


    - low life -

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    Doh!

    Try now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elmeaux View Post
    Sunshine Of Your Love is listed as private! Share it with the world!

    Ack! Ack! Ack!


    LW Gold Standard 5
    Carvin - Icon5, BB75
    Fender - American Standard Precision, Frankenfender jazz (J-East Pre, Geddy Neck, N3 pickups), MIM Pbass (delano pickups, Warmoth Jazz neck), American PJ
    Musican Stingray
    Alembic Spoiler
    Ibanez Musician
    Ibanez RB924
    Rickenbacker 4003s
    Spector Euro 4 LX
    Power by Carvin B1000 through Hartke Hydryve 112x2 (MarkBass Nano for practice/small gigs)


    Somebody turn up the Bass!

    www.engine14.com
    www.facebook.com/engine14band[/SIZE]

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