Enough squabbling then.
(There's always the possibility of new lurkers who don't know Jack's history the way we do here)
[QUOTE=fronobulax;1743460]However I think the video below is clearly uses a Starfire and to my ears the sound I strive for from Baxter's is also here :-)
Oh I get that.
"Pooneil" was a showcase for the new bass in many live takes, my personal favorite is the one on "Live at Fillmore East 1969".
This violent agreement thing, it works here, too?
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"Time May Change the Technique of Music But Never Its Mission " - Rachmaninoff
My 1st Guild: '96 Westerly D25NT "Hally" (10-31-96 stamped on heelblock)
#2: '01 Westerly F65ce "Blondie"
#3: '03 Corona D40e Richie Havens "Richie"
All bought new!
"if the focus is the Bisonic, Lesh and Oakley both used them and not always in a Starfire, if I recall some of Lesh's rigs correctly."
Isn't Lesh playing a Gibson EB-3 equipped with Bisonics on the Festival Train DVD? Pretty sure that was the case.
And didn't I buy an EB-3 equipped with Darkstars from someone here?
Oh, so I awoke the Grouch Under the Bridge!
Festival Express DVD: Now the only reason I suggested that Lesh was playing a Bisonic-equiped EB-3 was because long ago you or a protagonist on the Guild Forum on the DudePit said there were Bisonics lurking below those stock Gibson chrome pickup covers on the EB-3. (And because it has twin sets of volume and treble knobs, as opposed to the single set on an EB-0). Unless it was a modded EB-0, though it doesn't look like it.
Please correct me if that is incorrect.
Or concede that I was right, yet again......... ;)