Good :) I hope you enjoy it. I have my set up and my previous microphone, a Rode Procaster, and I just thought: why do I want a new microphone again?..? Then you know, cancelled. I would've loved to have this microphone but I absolutely do not need it.
Probably a sensible shout. I was pretty sure I'd like it having done some research and thankfully I really do.
Man I really had to gamble whether I want it until you brought up that Amazon had it for the same price. I've had way too many microphones but have always wondered what Shure's lineup was. If it's not spectacular (compared to my setup) then Amazon has a great record of returns. Soo I'm giving it a shot. I have nothing to lose other than the fact that I lose £203 for a few days, and that's only if I end up returning it. So thanks. Heat :) F. Decided to cancel. I already have a £350 audio setup so I don't know why I wanted this... I end up just burning money in the fire.
Damn, that is a nice looking bass. If I thought there was any possibility of doing any gigs in the next few months I might get that as an 'investment'... Wonder if it's well reviewed - anyone got this model?
I used to have an Ibanez left handed bass, definitely try one before you buy. Compared to a Fender JazzMaster it was horrendous to play, definitely wanted you to use a pick rather than your fingers. I sold it for £100 and I do not miss it :) This may be brilliant mine was made in 1994. Mine was a blue Ibanez SR500 made in 1994. Looked great, played like a baseball bat, proper nasty.
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I have a prs se tremonti and an angelus acoustic and I have a couple of ibanez RG guitars. The prs necks are fat. I think they are the same width at the top but I find the ibanez easy to play but the prs more comfortable for chords. Certain things I play if find harder to play on the prs but I still prefer the feel of the frets and its sound
I think the nut width is slightly narrower than the Ibanez, depending on model. So probably not ideal. The only way to know is to try one, lockdown permitting.
Can anyone advise on the feel of the neck, my son has rather large hands and finds Ibanez necks much more comfortable than most. Is this likely to have that kind of feel - he describes it as more space between the strings than say an LTD EC-1000, but I am sure it involves radius and width measurements.
Oh really, how come?
PRS's have never appealed to me I'm not ready to settle down yet .
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