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    Progressive Instrumentals In the Spirit of 80s. https://soundcloud.com/vintage_nature








    A Tandberg tape recorder and a Korg MS-20.

    A picture from the 80s


    Shaftesbury semi-acoustic bass made in Italy by Rose Morris.



    "Ahhhh... now this one brings back some memories. It's a shortscale Shaftesbury bass, roughly modelled on the original slab-bodied Fender Precision/Fender Telecaster bass, and I guess it's from the mid 1970s.
    I remember back in the early 1980s when I was first getting into starting bands with my mates and doing a spot of home recording on the then-new Fostex X15 multitrack cassette recorder; one day a couple of my friends came round wanting to record a demo. They brought a couple of cheap guitars with them. I don't remember what the six string was, but the bass was one of these. It was bad. I remember thinking it how dreadful it was. It was boomy, as you'd expect from a short-scale bass but I've played many that were streets ahead of this. I don't think the flat wound strings helped (I've never liked them and never will). I can't explain exactly what was wrong with it, just that it felt bad and it played bad. It was a cheap and nasty bass and performed accordingly."

    Progressive Instrumentals In the Spirit of 80s. https://soundcloud.com/vintage_nature
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