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My first artist interview...

Post by brucebruce » 16 Jun 2013, 16:37

Mods... I hope this isn't a breach of the rules given I'm representing a commercial interest...

Anyway for those who are interested... here is my first Yamaha interview... I do tend to 'bang' on... :rollno:

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Re: My first artist interview...

Post by NotTheFish » 16 Jun 2013, 16:54

Alright :-)

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Re: My first artist interview...

Post by wutke5 » 16 Jun 2013, 17:04

Nice work brucebruce :thumbup:

You almost talked me in to buying one :grin:

I don't think the mods should have too many issues. You've disclosed in your post your affiliation, and it's pretty obvious when you watch the video too :grin:

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Post by evilgus » 16 Jun 2013, 17:28

Great work!

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Post by veebass » 16 Jun 2013, 17:29

Really good interview.
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Post by Wwolof » 16 Jun 2013, 17:52

Good stuff — very persuasive. I agree with you wrt hard string break angles.

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Re: My first artist interview...

Post by Classic5 » 16 Jun 2013, 21:35

Well done Chris :thumbup:

I'm lovin my 1024X. Very comfortable to play with a terrific range of sounds.

Given you're now an insider, do you know if Yamaha will be coming out with a maple board 1024X. I'm sure you could talk them into it..........now that would be impossible to resist :cool:
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Re: My first artist interview...

Post by Aussie Mark » 17 Jun 2013, 10:37

Good stuff!

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Re: My first artist interview...

Post by brucebruce » 07 Jul 2013, 21:25

The collection to-date...

From left to right: BB 1024X Vintage White, BB 1024X Black, BB 1024X Black, BB 2024X Sunburst...

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Post by Classic5 » 08 Jul 2013, 21:04

Ooooohhhhh sweet, a 2024X. I've got to ask, sound wise how similar are the 1024x and 2024x.

Now that's one side by side comparison I'd like to see, and hear :hmm

That's quite a collection you've got there Chris :cool:
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Post by brucebruce » 09 Jul 2013, 02:05

Classic5 wrote:Ooooohhhhh sweet, a 2024X. I've got to ask, sound wise how similar are the 1024x and 2024x.

Now that's one side by side comparison I'd like to see, and hear :hmm

That's quite a collection you've got there Chris :cool:
Sound wise... wait for it... they're identical Ivan... but the most interesting thing is the 2024X's neck... it's an even better feeling/playing neck than the 1024X (if you can believe it) - but other than that - they're essential the same bass... which is incredible considering that the retail AUD price of a BB 2024X is $5,499... 8|

As you know mate, you'll pickup a BB 1024X for AUD $1000 - $1500... :thumbup:
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