The one-string bass June 8, 2010
Written by sqeele
I remember this as being a one-string bass guitar, not a Warr guitar. It’s my strong impression that Tony picked it up at Artichoke Music where it was given to him as a gift. Tony played it with funk fingers. I wonder if limiting the bass to only one string makes it easier to hit the target area with the funk fingers?
We should ask Tony for his recollection of this. - S.It's was a one-off guitar made by Mark Warr for Trey and delivered to Trey that very day. Tony was thrilled to play around it and did so several times on and off stage. What Tony bought along for the tour was the "rubber-band" stringed Ashbory bass.
One-string Warr Gtr? February 12, 2010
Written by ombass
Could somebody please give some (detailed) info on the ’debut of the one-string Warr guitar’ at this show...?!?
I attended this one too October 27, 2008
Written by halbie
Memory suggests this was a great show from the vantage of the lip of the stage.
Problem was (as Syd suggests) the sound at the Crystal Ballroom is abysmal for any band that has a bass player or any low end.
But the download is another matter.
I WAS THERE!!! October 27, 2008
Written by DanAnderson
Oh, what a delight to see this to be downloaded! I thoroughly disagree with Sid re it took til the second set to get going. It was a monster from word go. The Slo-mo X-Chayn-Jiz is worth the download alone. What a show!