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Posted by miko on December 26, 2000 at 13:22:00:

In Reply to: Zoom 506 posted by Michele Davis on December 26, 2000 at 12:38:52:

Man, it was impossible for me to log in on this board!

Well, merry and happy regardless...

My band is looking for a bass player. We want to give our singer a break and let him just sing.

We are an original hard rock band [sorta progressive] with a lot of material. We are actively gigging but want to up the ante. We rehearse religiously twice a week in lower westchester county.

Music is in the tradition of zep, rush, hendrix, sabbath, but more complicated.

You don't have to be Jaco, but you should know your notes and be comfortable with odd times. Great groover goes without saying. This music has a lot of energy and cool harmonic/melodic stuff going on.

We're partiers, but not abusers. No patience for junkies, freaks or axe murderers. Also, you don't have to be young [we're over 30], but you should look it.

If you're motivated and know your instrument, please e-mail me. This is a cool band with great potential. We're committed! Please bring a great attitude as well as your share of the rehearsal studio fee.



: Hi, fellow bass players.

: Does anyone out there have a Zoom 506 and know how to edit the factory presets and store more than one effect per patch? The instructions that come with the pedal don't explain how to do this, and there is way too much white noise on the standard effects to mic my amp in live situations. You're supposed to be able to store up to four different effects per patch.

: I'd like to be able to use a compressor/limitor, eq, octaver and chorus at least, and maybe some digital delay and reverb on occasion.

: Thanks.

: Sincerely,

: Michele Davis
: Blue Coyote
: Check out our band website at

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