A few weeks back, I ordered some new single coil-sized humbuckers for my zebrawood strat. Last weekend, I decided to finally wire it up, although I have never done it before. I messed it up a bit. Something was off - quiet output, STRONG hum (bad grounding).
I spent hours working on it and it was incredibly deflating. After letting it sit during the week, I picked it back up, resoldered the connections, added some more ground wires.
It's working after 30 mins of work. Needed a clear head :\
We have these higher ups at work always talking up how many employees we have, how many more we've hired this year, how many more we will hire next year. I don't understand it.
We have a fundamental problem with people and teams taking ownership over pieces because there's always someone else to pass the buck to.
On one hand, I understand that position; why be the owner of something that will be used by thousands of people who are very junior?
On the other, COME ON!
Got a Simmons DA200S for my electronic drums today. Sounds great. Loud enough that the kids ran away. Also traded in an older Fender Frontman 38W for a new Boss Katan 50W guitar amp.
I love the built in effects. The old analog pedal chain is just not for me. I'm not a professional musician, nor do I play out.
If you're interested in listening to some of my music, check out my soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/nick-jurista/ - Song recs: Citron, No Defense, Un Deux, 10:02, Dream State
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko