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Old 4th November 2010, 11:24 PM   #51
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Gday metalthrashinman,

I went to have a look at your pictures but they are very big & you can't see them properly.

A bit of a hint is to right click on the pictures & go "open with" Paint & how you see them in Paint is how they will upload.
Normally they are far to big so you just go to Image then resize in Paint, I normally resize to 30% X 30% & they are fine.
Just go save as & when you do they are the correct size & will be compressed into a much smaller file size easier to upload as well.
It works for me.
I would like to have a look at your pictures if you can resize them in Paint & upload them again.

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Old 5th November 2010, 12:14 AM   #52
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Gday metalthrashinman,

I went to have a look at your pictures but they are very big & you can't see them properly.

A bit of a hint is to right click on the pictures & go "open with" Paint & how you see them in Paint is how they will upload.
Normally they are far to big so you just go to Image then resize in Paint, I normally resize to 30% X 30% & they are fine.
Just go save as & when you do they are the correct size & will be compressed into a much smaller file size easier to upload as well.
It works for me.
I would like to have a look at your pictures if you can resize them in Paint & upload them again.

Cheers
I appreciate your reply and would like to do this, but cannot find 'open with'. I used the 'manage attachments' and pulled them from 'my documents'. They seem to be loading properly on my computer- shown as thumbnails and even growing slowly in size as they load when clicked on... Are they too big for everyone else to see? They seem the same as the others on this forum. Hummmm......... Can you see the thumbnails?

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Old 5th November 2010, 03:17 PM   #53
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My new bass
I have been looking at short scale for a while
Didnt find one I liked, so I ordered a Moses custom neck
But its a very long wait
This 100EUR short scale just popped up, so I bought one

at first I was dissapointed
completely unplayable
but after countless hours of never ending adjustments, it has turned out quite nice
with a light soft touch, it has a very melodic and fine tune, all the way up

I guess I have learned what the adjustable bridge is good fore
and its only just begun

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Old 6th November 2010, 12:37 PM   #54
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I appreciate your reply and would like to do this, but cannot find 'open with'. I used the 'manage attachments' and pulled them from 'my documents'. They seem to be loading properly on my computer- shown as thumbnails and even growing slowly in size as they load when clicked on... Are they too big for everyone else to see? They seem the same as the others on this forum. Hummmm......... Can you see the thumbnails?
The "open with" is on windows, before you upload.

Just "right click" on the file name, it's there.

It's also there when using windows photo viewer, at the top.

Reducing image size makes my uploads much faster and reliable.
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Old 14th November 2010, 03:06 AM   #55
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my "bass" combo

well, as you can see, its a small guitar thingie, 15watt
a friend gave it to me

much to my surprice, it makes my new short scale bass sound quite nice, really
for night practice its more than enough

there are ways to improve it
change to a better suited 8" woofer
or mount additional woofer on back (awkward)
or, theres a jack speaker out on front for a slave speaker
etc, etc

but its a cool little combo
tho I also have my eyes on a BBE Bmax preamp
with a Crown XTI
and the money begins to roll
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Old 8th December 2010, 10:53 AM   #56
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Old 8th December 2010, 11:06 AM   #57
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This 100EUR short scale just popped up, so I bought one

I bought exactly the same some months ago.
Some day I will start......
For now it's just a "nice" add-on in the living room!
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Old 9th December 2010, 11:21 AM   #58
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My shortscale graphite neck(Moses) have arrived

for those who doesnt know, scale is measure length of free swinging string
compared to a 20fret you can see that due to being a 24fret this particular shortscale gets a bit longer
actually the neck will go all the way to the pickup
I suspect its a refretted "standard" neck, a neat trick
results in a small body with long horns, and I expect it will look very nicely balanced


phase accurate, your ERB looks fantastic
fretless 8string must very difficult to play
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Old 11th December 2010, 03:16 AM   #59
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My Silver Sunburst Gibson Les Paul Custom


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My Cream Gibson Les Paul Custom


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My Black Gibson Les Paul Custom (the one I use most)


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Old 11th December 2010, 03:20 AM   #60
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Marshall JMP 100 watt
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