You’ll want to listen to the audio with headphones, a good stereo or surround sound system.
I kind of made fun of him acting like a robot the first time I saw him (spider exercise for finger independence) but by now I like his very short and to the point approach. He doesn’t talk a word too much but informs exactly enough.
And of course he is an incredibly skilled player.
Regarding the video/sound:
Woah! This is cool but stressful to my ears!
And then he started playing with effects - That was incredibly stressful to my ears.
Also this is a cool experiment/idea but in no way gives me GAS
How to get fired from the band in three… two…
This reminds me of a Leslie patent for an electronic organ speaker system where notes are separated into different speakers according to their interval relationship to each other. In a pipe organ all the notes sound individually and are mixed acoustically in the ear of the listener. Mixing the notes electronically doesn’t produce the same effect.
I expected those basses to be much more expensive…
1,6k for such a “novelle” technology. got a little GAS. I love nerdy tech
They look good too I think
My wife just saw the video and her only comment was “Don’t”
agreed. that’s what I was looking as a second reason
but I assume the more nerd tech, the easier it breaks as well. and i can imagine such a bridge is much more expensive then a new pickup
That is one nice-looking bass. Would be even better in a matt finish, for my taste.
But how does it sound?