Hi from South Brittany (France)
I discovered Wikiloops a few days ago and I'm afraid I'm already addict !
I learn bass online for nearly two years now with great Scott's Bass Lessons. Still a real beginner thus, as I didn't play guitar neither. I have a lot of time to practice, as I work part-time but I realize that it's a long way to go to become as good as I wish ! And I'm not so young anymore ...
As I like to build what I need, I designed and built my own bass with the help and advices of a luthier friend of mine :-)
Well, I already have a lot of fun being here and I'm sure this will increase with skills !
Edited by nilton on 16-10-2015 06:01
when reading your introduction, I felt like asking you to
tell scott wikiloops said hi - I've tried to get in touch with him
about wikiloops once, seems to be a cool dude, but never replied ;)
Post some pics or a link to some pics of your self-built(s), there is quite a few builders among the wikiloops crowd (including myself), so that would be nice to check out :)
yes, you are looking at the administrators signature.
I started a POST YOUR RIG thread, maybe stop in and share there too.
Have fun , and let's get Looping !
Not been here too long myself, and this is an awesome, and friendly place, with no egos to get in the way of jamming. I think you will really enjoy being here, I know I do !
I'm so confused I never came back to this thread, so I never read nor answer your posts. Sorry :(
Thank you all for welcoming me.
Well, for those who asked about my selfmade bass, you can have a look at the small dedicated website : [url=http://moy.company.free.fr] http://moy.company.free.fr[/url] . I'm glad to announce that #2 is on its way. It will be a self-designed 5 strings, 33" bass with a walnut/ash/walnut body, in a P/J pickup configuration.
Dick, I suspend my Scott's Bass Lessons membership because I need time to learn the loads of videos and lessons ... So I have no access to his forum anymore. Sorry
Edited by Gwenrann-V on 12-01-2016 19:29