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 No.2326[Reply]

can't seem to figure this one out, could anyone lend me a hand?
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 No.2334

wuggas

 No.2335

wugen

 No.2336

Wuggers
Fucking wuggers with attitude.

 No.2337

of them

 No.2423

but there's three ___.




 No.2411[Reply]

 No.2413

キタ━━━(゚∀゚)━━━!!

 No.2414

>>2413
awwwww yeah that's the stuff
i'm sorry i don't have any ambience to post, have a moth instead

 No.2417

I don't know about anyone else but I really like the sound of Tie Fighters or like, B-17 rumbling.




 No.2399[Reply]

I'm going to get a bass guitar for the first time. Because I've never played bass before, I want to get something as inexpensive as I reasonably can so I can take lessons and practice. But I'd like something that sounds decent, and I can't decide. The cheapest things seem to be Chinese brands, like Glarry which has bass guitars for around $100. Glarry in particular has a jazz bass that looks enticing to me, the GJazz. There's also one with double humbuckers called the GIB, which I am interested in as opposed to the single coil pickups. Above the Chinese junks are the lowest-priced offerings from name brands like Ibanez. In particular I was looking at an Ibanez GIO GSR100EX, which is around $200.

I'm really particular about getting a sound I like, and so far I prefer the sound of jazz basses over precision basses. I'm not sure how much of that has to do with things like pickups, amps, pedals, or just playing technique. Watching videos of people demoing the basses I'm interested in, I'm unsure how much of what I'm hearing is being carried by equipment and and how much is skill. This video of the Ibanez SR 1200 Premium has a sound that I like, but would a bottom-of-the-barrel bass like the ones I'm looking at be able to even sound close? Like, is that sound I like a result of pedal or amp effects?

Also, there is the question of whether to get a 4-sting or 5-string. 4-string is the "standard" but I think I'd like the lower range from a 5-string. That's also why I'm apprehensive about a more expensive bass, in case I'd end up wanting to go for the 5-string later on. And there's also the factor of flatround vs. roundwound strings, which seem to have differences in sound and playability.

Because I am looking to spend as little as possible I am probably going to get a Chinesium amplifer. So, whatever I get, there's a good chance it will sound like trash regardless of what guitar I get.

tl;dr For spending the least possible for a bassy bass guitar, is something like the Chinese Glarry good enough, or is going up to the low-cost model from Ibanez more worth it, or maybe even a Squier? Are things like pickups, string type, number of strings even worth worrying about for my quest for a good sound from something in this price range? Amazon has a pretty lenient return policy so I can probably get away with getting it refunded if I don't like it.
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 No.2401

To be fair, neither do I. I've just been spending an inordinate amount of time thinking about this because I'm paranoid and want to get it right. I'd could spend up to $1000 on this if I really wanted to, but I'm stingy with money. Even $100 feels like a lot for the absolute cheapest option, but it doesn't look like I'm going to get much lower than that.

 No.2405

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Yeah, you really don't want to spend a whole bunch of money on something you could potentially struggle with and not pick up. I'd say maybe try out a cheaper one and if it really speaks to you and you find yourself wanting something better then sell it and buy a better one.

 No.2407

All this depends on what you want to do. As a first time you should focus on bargains and build up an inventory as you get more defined.

 No.2409

>>2405
>>2407
Fair enough, I'll stick to the ~$100 range. Though, one of the downsides I've heard about the super budget basses is that they don't have any resale value. Looking around a bit more, I'm happy with how this Harley Benton JB-20 sounds, but having it shipped the the US costs $90, which is almost as much as the bass itself.....

 No.2410

well, if you want a something that's also decorative(resellable) then that's a different deal




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 No.2264[Reply]

wa ha ha
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wahaha!!

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>>2386
stop crying bocchi

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wah-URGH

 No.2398

dududududududu~
i'm a super girl~
dududududududu~
super girl~




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 No.2151[Reply]

You ever find yourself wondering how specialty stores survive? It was strange before internet commerce and it's especially confusing now. 20 years ago a store opened up near me that specializes in house lighting, like chandeliers and light bulbs and other related things. How does it make enough money to stay open? It has to pay rent and pay workers and other related expenses, yet it's still there.
What a mystery...
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>>2243
Been there done that

 No.2245

Cop out

 No.2376

>>2225
I have a store like this nearby that sells lamps. Just lamps. I never ever see any customers for it but it has kept the lights on for at least a decade.

I suspect it to be in order of likelyhood:

A. - money laundering op
B. - intelligence safehouse
C. - some sort of ghost building like in those Calgary Gideon Keys stories

 No.2377

>>2376
>it has kept the lights on for at least a decade
The lamps probably help with that.

 No.2380

>>2377
nice




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 No.2157[Reply]

Kissu /aut/umn meetup.
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>>2161
The mini /jp/ mansion

 No.2323

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>>2157
imagine if one of them suddenly turned into a l*ttle g*rl

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>>2323
Of course that'd be the first thing you think.

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 No.2364

>>2323
I went to a meetup like that once. It was just really awkward.




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 No.2260[Reply]

Nice bird

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very nice

 No.2262

muahaha I have found the bird despite its camouflage. It's in the center of the video

 No.2325

he tweetin

 No.2345

I saw an owl last night
it appeared directly overhead of me like something out of a scene from a movie, so perfectly cut, high perched above and the alleyway to either side focused my vision on it.




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 No.2322[Reply]

>>>/qa/114762
>At night the air is fresher, less or no noise from people,cars,dogs
This is why I want to move to the ruralish outskirts of the city I live in

 No.2324

It is pretty nice, but it's also less convenient. I guess it depends on the density of the city and what you're used to, though. A place with lots of trees and nature and would also allow you to get what you need within walking or bicycle distance would be ideal. Many cities expand outward, though, or people just move to different areas and it doesn't last...
My house used to have a farm near it with horses and goats, but it turned into a neighborhood. There was also a pond nearby where my brother would fish, but it's now a pharmacy. I guess you'd need to find an area with some sort of zoning thing where you can be sure that it won't be bulldozed down and turned into something economical.




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 No.2269[Reply]

Are you ready to get spooked?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ffnqgnZDQw
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>>2272
Are they? At least it's a cool and interesting holiday with all the costumes and stuff. It influences a lot of nice artists and in online games there's usually cool events for it.
Halloween decorations and candy has been sold here starting October 1st for as long as I can remember, so it's nothing new there

 No.2276

>>2272
Halloween is the best holiday, so naturally it deserves a month. Still, I disagree. It's not celebrated for a month. Maybe at big box stores it is, going based on what sort of merchandise they have on show, but certainly not by regular people. In my experience, people generally set up Halloween decorations at their home maybe a week before Halloween which I think is pretty reasonable.

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Halloweensperm

 No.2393

>>2320
pemis




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 No.1480[Reply]

Just recently by pure accident I found out that it's possible to see the shadow of the veins on your retina.

If you want to try this yourself you can follow the instructions here:
https://www.aao.org/museum-education-healthy-vision/experiment-see-blood-vessels-in-your-eye

Alternatively, you can try the same way I did it:
Stare at your blank TV
With your arm fully extended, move your arm about a foot from center and hold a light source (I used my phone) and point it in the same direction as your eye is looking (towards your eye)
You can move your arm around in a circular fashion to see different regions within your eye

As mentioned in the article above, you can even use this method to identify blind spots such as the optic disk which is where the veins come into the eye from. I suppose if you have any retinal degeneration you could also identify that.

 No.1481

Ah, yeah, I had a science teacher in school that did this and it was really cool. You ever see those squiggly lines that appear when you clench your eyes tight? When I'm bored sitting somewhere outside and I need to pass the time I try to find those repeatedly.
Life is pretty exciting

 No.2278

knew a dude who was terrified because he figured out how to see floaters

 No.2279

>>2278
I hate floaters. A couple years ago I developed them spontaneously and it freaked me out into thinking my vision would suddenly start degenerating. I would see them really frequently too, especially when outdoors or in brightly lit environments. Nowadays they don't don't bother me as much and I pay almost no attention to them, but I would prefer not having them...

 No.2281

>>1480
>optic disk which is where the veins
It's actually the optical nerve..




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 No.2257[Reply]

feel old yet?(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)



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 No.2170[Reply]

Guy who sees depopulation as a good thing, how do you get countries like Niger and Afghanistan to have less kids? Religious cleansing? Forced sterilization through aid?
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 No.2195

Kc thread

 No.2199

I adhere to the policy of self-determination. Nullify the current borders, promise not to interfere in whatever process they come up with for deciding borders, then let them go nuts. That should fix the border problem and the overpopulation problem in one fell swoop.

 No.2201

didn't someone make this exact thread some weeks back

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 No.2217

>>2216
late response team arriving on the scene




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 No.1836[Reply]

i watched love live school idol project 6 years ago but i never finished it and i don't remember too much about it, so i will watch it today
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 No.2143

You.

 No.2144

Me?

 No.2145

No, You!

 No.2146

No... You!

 No.2168

>>2140
no i didn't




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 No.1997[Reply]

Nice map
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 No.2080

>>2079
It's a true spoiler though!

 No.2088

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>>2072
How did Wallachia turn into Savoy?
How the fuck did Mesopotamian/Anatolians turn into Ireland?
Persian Greece in Anatolia?
Saxon Rhinelands in Cyprus?
How high were you when you made this?

 No.2090

>>2088
How? Easy, alien space bats created time vacuums/time portals and took the civilizations from their home dimension and they settled where they arrived at, keeping the names of their former cultures.
Or I just put them their because I liked the color from this fuck huge map color code key that I use because I don't want to roll 3d256 everytime I want to pick a random small province.
Oh and pretty goddamn high.
Apparently I cannot post the color scheme on kissu (shame)
So here's the full image for the color scheme that I crib from.
https://files.catbox.moe/zfm5ju.png

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>>2075
I think you meant Galatia.

 No.2098

>>2097
Hopefully next time when I'm making a randomized (okay you know what it isn't actually randomized it's more like I roll dice for it.) map of the world, I'll try to do more Celtic/Gallic tribes fucking around.
Maybe have it be like in the 200 BC era? Don't really know.




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 No.1019[Reply]

please look at this and tell me what you think about it
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 No.1248

the body is round

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 No.2086

>>2083
its wario

 No.2089

the eternal kissu cat toes

 No.2094

>>2083
wario




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