Dou­ble Trou­ble

Why use seven strings when two will do?

Classic Rock - - The Dirt -

Stig Ped­er­sen, bas­sist with D.A.D., Den­mark’s mantra, big­gest band, to the above min­i­mal­ist

just is cer­tainly com­mit­ted that have

he’s used in­stru­ments for most of his ca­reer re­quires a nar­rower

A two-string bass the E and A strings. de­tails of his

al­though tech­ni­cal neck, of course, and are scarce,

it’s safe in­sane in­stru­ments col­lec­tion of frankly nut of Stig’s basses

around 20mm, the to as­sume that, at four-stringer. the width of a con­ven­tional

the will be closer to half un­veiled Au­gust when Ped­er­sen

The Jaws dropped in shindig.

four-day Smuk­fest iPhone bass at Den­mark’s smart­phone,

fea­tures Ap­ple’s ubiq­ui­tous body, re­sem­bling and it ac­tu­ally

a front-fac­ing cam­era, the a TV screen and dur­ing

to so­cial me­dia plat­forms streamed live video

it on. states sin­gle song he played Bjørn

As Stig’s tech Troels

Two strings, though? planted firmly in

tongue, we hope, hubris­ti­cally – with

are for pussies.” cheek: “Four strings

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