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 31 
 on: June 30, 2013, 10:47:27 AM 
Started by continuum - Last post by Sadowsky
Yes, we cut down humbucker pickups springs.

 32 
 on: June 30, 2013, 10:46:20 AM 
Started by brianbalowski - Last post by Sadowsky
For a smaller tube amp, I personally like a Fender Deluxe Reverb, or a Carr Rambler.

Roger

 33 
 on: June 23, 2013, 02:02:13 PM 
Started by brianbalowski - Last post by brianbalowski
Hello,

Maybe somebody can give me some ideas in this "problem"

I have a Henriksen Jazzamp and a Twin reverb.

I love the Twin´s sound.

The Sadowsky semi hollow sounds great with both.

The Ls-17 no. It sounds great with the twin, but with the Henriksen...hummm...I am not convinced.

Maybe its me, I have to work more with the EQ in order to achive the sound that I am looking for.

But now, I´m thinking about buying the twin...too heavy and to loud for the venues where I play.

I am looking for a small tube amp or a way to achive a better sound.... Wink

 Any suggestions with amps or maybe with the EQ

Thanks a lot!!!


 34 
 on: May 25, 2013, 11:37:15 AM 
Started by Sadowsky - Last post by Fran Diaz
Jeffrey Wash on a Sadowsky M5-24 fretless. Killer tone, killer groove, killer bass. did I say 'killer' enough times?:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eeawv2KdCk&feature=youtu.be

I've been away from the online forums for awhile, just logged on last night and saw that this video of me with Bruce Kaphan's quartet had been shared here.  Fran, thanks so much for posting and for your compliments.  There are some very nice clips on this thread!

My pleasure. Excellent job!

 35 
 on: May 17, 2013, 03:20:29 PM 
Started by rmayer - Last post by Gerard Burick
This is the internet, and there will always be haters.  "Haters gonna hate", but they will sadly never realize the joy of playing a boutique bass.  These people have never taken the time to educate themselves on the many reasons a Sadowsky built instrument will be one you'd never want to replace.

You can explain it to them, but you can't understand it for them.

 36 
 on: May 17, 2013, 03:02:20 PM 
Started by Sadowsky - Last post by EscapeNote
Jeffrey Wash on a Sadowsky M5-24 fretless. Killer tone, killer groove, killer bass. did I say 'killer' enough times?:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eeawv2KdCk&feature=youtu.be

I've been away from the online forums for awhile, just logged on last night and saw that this video of me with Bruce Kaphan's quartet had been shared here.  Fran, thanks so much for posting and for your compliments.  There are some very nice clips on this thread!

 37 
 on: May 15, 2013, 02:24:31 PM 
Started by rmayer - Last post by rmayer
I Just read all of Roger's link to Talkbass (OY! NOT AGAIN!). I feel dirty. What the F's wrong with those people? It's always the same thing with most upscale basses when you have some bozo arguing that he would never spend over $300 for a bass, and his Squire (It's ALWAYS a Squire) is just as good as your Brooklyn built bass, and you must be an idiot for spending that much. Then they all come out of the woodwork, like roaches, and attack. At least this time, they were talking about some pricier basses in comparison. In all the discussions I've been on, I've never insulted or talked down to anyone because of how much they could afford to spend on an instrument. I don't get why the opposite takes place every day. There's a simple answer, in my opinion. If you don't think a Sadowsky is the bass for you, DON'T BUY ONE! That's why there's probably over a hundred builders out there. And, tah leaves more Sadowskys for the rest of us! OK, now I have to take a shower and hug my Tiger's Eye NYC for a while. Rock on Roger.

 38 
 on: April 30, 2013, 08:43:58 AM 
Started by continuum - Last post by continuum
I looked around and it seems that the springs under the bar retainer are pickup height springs.

Am I right on this?

 39 
 on: April 25, 2013, 10:49:45 AM 
Started by continuum - Last post by Joeykun
Did these retainers come from the supplier with the springs, or did they have to be bought aftermarket?

The springs came with the retainer from Sadowsky. However, the new retainer is even easier to change strings.
Its all about the improvements!!!

 40 
 on: April 24, 2013, 07:30:19 AM 
Started by continuum - Last post by continuum
I've recently seen that Sadowsky has stopped using the old retainers bars on their 5 string basses.

I remember that the retainers were always set up with springs between the neck and the bar.

I read around and one person's thoughts about the springs is that they made string changes easier.

Did these retainers come from the supplier with the springs, or did they have to be bought aftermarket?

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