A productive weekend for the Fisso Musica outfit, with acoustic recordings of Emily Atkinson, our new singing talent, on Saturday using the ever-skilful services of Guitarist and engineer Gavin Wiltshire. Followed by a full-band recording the very next day! Well done friends, great work and the results so far make for exciting listening.
Gavin and I had discussed previously and at length that we should aim to achieve both a much fuller sound and polished performance than the hundreds of performances we have seen and indeed been part of over the last few years.
So my thanks to Scott Galbraith, Emily Atkinson and Brian Macleod for your recent efforts; for the first time in a while I can feel a real sense of achievement in this corner of my musical activities, and I’m very happy to have had a good feeling grow into a good vibe, cheers folks.
Work is pretty much complete on my Peavey Grind 6.
2 EMG Pickups (a 45CS and a 45DC) fitted with surprisingly little effort, and for the nerds I went with an 18v supply, and modified wiring to maintain the original tone/volume control pair.
OK so these images document the bulk of the pickup upgrade work done to my Peavey Grind 6.
I purchased the Bass from Red Dog Music store in Edinburgh’s Grassmarket, it’s my second one, on purpose, because I love them; my friend and fellow Bassist Duncan Roscoe now owns my original one.
I also purchased some EMG pickups a 45CS and a 45DC, as did he, and then we set about our instruments.