[i: technical difficulties]
OH! So, Jason of We Got This Far told me he was having technical difficulties at the 16 volt show at the dnalounge, and he later found out that he was plugged into a lighting outlet. That they turn on and off. To control the lights.
This could possibly, maybe, potentially explain the technical difficulties I had at the second blacksnakemoan DNA show. Gah.
No, I mean it. Gah!
[ii: consumer whore, bass]
The graphite neck is what I'm most drawn to. (And the LEDs. Ooh, shiny!) I've got a couple dead spots on my neck that wouldn't be as big an issue if they weren't both D, including the low D that I use so much.
Then I put the green neon tape back on my BTB and strung it with Power Slinkys... between the thick strings, 35" scale, and my 50¢ piece picks it sounds and feels good. And the dead spots aren't as noticeable when things are cranking.
A fix for less than $30, as opposed to over $4k? Sounds like Slave Unit to me =)
[iii: certificate of participation]
Speaking of Slave Unit, the remix cd Certificate of Participation is out now! It'll be available on CDBaby and iTunes shortly, but until then contact your local Slave Unit member.
It's comprised entirely of remixes from The Battle for Last Place, featuring remixes by Bloodwire, SMP and Cyanotic. And me! I did the Go and Etched remixes. Sorry in advance.
I'm not sure if the below is the final cover, but I'm posting it anyway.
... There. Three posts in one. Maybe I'm warmed up enough to do a work-related one.