hey mate do u know why my film clip was taken down ?
Hello. I was formerly a member of this forum, known as s6275. This forum is owned by a company which is owned by Sterling Ball. Using my former username, I said something that, when blown out of proportion by an overzealous moderator, offended the owner of the company. It was not the first time this has happened, and I am certain it won’t be the last.
I own a Sterling AX40D, a SUB4, a SUB5, an Axis, and a fully loaded Axis Sport. Throw faithful use of Ernie Ball pedals and strings in there as well. Aside from all this this, as a music teacher and repair technician, I am also responsible nearly two dozen other Music Man instruments sold by directly evangelizing the quality and tone that saturates these instruments. The instruments I own, being of high quality, will likely endure. Aside from the unlikely need to contact Customer Service with a problem or repair, I won’t be posting here, and won’t be placing a phone call or walking into a store to purchase Music Man gear.
Hey, Drewbixcubed. I tried posting a question in the forums but it doesn't seem to be showing up anywhere. Maybe you can help me with my question if you have the time. I recently purchased a pack of Ernie Ball 6-string Slinky Bass Guitar (w/ small ball end 29 5/8 scale) strings. My question is what tuning they are made for? The reason I ask is because the website (Strings, Instrument Strings, Music Strings for Guitar, Bass, Mandolin, Fiddle and More) that I purchased the strings from have them listed as being made for B standard/B-C tuning. I have a set of the Ernie Ball 6-string Slinky Bass Guitar strings on my Shecter Hellraiser C-VI Baritone guitar (30 scale length) tuned to B standard/B-B right now. The tension on the strings feel good and tight. When I tried to tuned the strings to E standard/E-E they seem too loose to me. Any information that you can provide on my question will be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time Drewbixcubed.
A couple of weeks ago, I found this web page link thru Acme Guitar Works. I can't remember what I was looking for that led me to PMT Music Products. This is the first I heard of this. Do you have the time to elaborate?
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