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OMG, JW sounds so g00d on the new album. John what kinda set-up did you use for the new album, any new effects you could tell us about ??? maybe you used some new amp's or bass!! .. !! .. ...ohh BTW Im really diggin the feel you and CP have at times on the album... You guys lay it d0wn!! well done!! .. See ya s00n in the mid-west!!

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Very old stuff,actually Sam. Ancient Zon bass,SVT amp...........nothing  new,no surprises. A lot of the sound is EQ and compression. Simple things like new strings make a difference.

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thanks John, Nice to hear that you use old sk00l gear.. that stuff is usually the best sounding!! and new strings are always important !! have fun on tour John and I cant wait to see the band on the web-cast this Tuesday.. Peace d00d!!

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instruments are one of the few things that just don't need to replaced.  what is good today, will be good tomorrow.

I like the old Fender bass JW has, as it has great history.

Nice to see you Sammy. 
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nice to c u as well Dave McG

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