#3
^Me.
I'm not very active here on UG currently.
I'm a retired Supermod off to the greener pastures of the real world.
#5
Quote by smb
Everyone, don't they?

Wonder how speaker wire would work.


you need to get a couple of thousand windings around the thing (the reason why you need 42 AWG wire). Speaker wire would bulk up in a few dozen
#6
that's cool. that site sent me on a DIY search, and I want to make an electric washtub bass now. lol. If only there were some way to make a 4 string fretted (or atleast, neck based) washtub bass.
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the RIAA can't shut us down, interpol can't shut us down. the U.S. gov't can't shut us down and CERTAINLY not YOU can shut us down.


BA in Music theory
MusicMan Bongo, SUB -> Orange Terror 1000 stack

Quote by waterproofpie
it's a UtBDan sandwich. Awwww yeah!
#7
^There is
I'm not very active here on UG currently.
I'm a retired Supermod off to the greener pastures of the real world.
#8
most aren't based on fretting the neck, however I did just stumble upon this one


http://www.ehhs.cmich.edu/~dhavlena/db2.jpg


lets hope I can build that lol. That'd be NASTY
Quote by casualty01
the RIAA can't shut us down, interpol can't shut us down. the U.S. gov't can't shut us down and CERTAINLY not YOU can shut us down.


BA in Music theory
MusicMan Bongo, SUB -> Orange Terror 1000 stack

Quote by waterproofpie
it's a UtBDan sandwich. Awwww yeah!