BadassaB - this track is a symbol of the end of my childhood... It will blow your mind 🔥🔥🔥💣💥
Этот трек - символ конца моего детства...
И, естественно, это лучшее, что я когда-либо писал.
Welcome to RiCh BassHouse 😋
Отдельное спасибо Илье Леонтьеву @paracelsium за вдохновение. Ну и , естественно, Joyryde @enjoyryde - королю бассхауса...
Special thanks to @paracelsium
and the king of BassHouse - @enjoyryde, for the inspiration
“Tuna” - Hot Tuna poster from 1976 (photo credit unknown) Jack Casady is playing a Guild V Bass made by Glenn Quan. “A gentleman named Glenn Quan did what's known as the Badass bridge. Here's another guy that basically started out working on guitars and just refitting them and stuff like that. People were trying different things, they were trying brass nuts at the top and they were trying brass pieces for saddles and what not. He got the idea of taking a nice big huge plate like a plate on a Fender Telecaster you know, that big plate down at the bottom, the way it's anchored. The Badass bridge which was a big heavy brass plate, he would notch out in to a flat top guitar or bass and then the idea was get a little more sustain. Right everybody wants sustain?
He (Glenn Quan) was playing around with V guitars and he had down there a Guild bass solid body [a Guild Jetstar] and he took that neck off and he made what he thought would be the appropriate size for a V Bass. Then he got his paint and colours together to make it what would be in a typical Guild dark maroonish red. He put two Guild pickups on it and a Badass bridge and I played that for a while. Again it was a short scale neck. Nothing like the Guild, you know it was a solid body instrument a whole different sound. There was no custom electronics or anything, stock electronics. The only thing I did as I did in the other basses, I would increase the alnico magnets in the pickups. It's a high impedance bass and it's more of a narrower sound, it's a little buzzy. It's not my favourite sound, I tend to go for a little broader sound but it had it's place and it was a lot of fun to play for a time. I think as you go through different pieces and a band develops that you're always ready to try a little something different. At that later period of Tuna where going a little more, from my point of view, to a more solid bass sound and a little less notes.” - Jack Casady #hottunaband#jormaandjack#jormakaukonen#jackcasady#guildvbass#guildbass#70shottuna#powerduo#electrichottuna#hotfuckingtuna#70srock#badassbass#bassguitar