thank you

14 03 2008

to you. hope u read this

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*inhale*

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=D

i’m going to sunburst! i’m going to sunburst! i’m going to sunburst!

*skips around like a little girl*

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ritter royals – the shudarella

12 03 2007

in society today, there is a growing need for cosmetic-oriented things. why do i say so. well, this phenomenon is named by me as ada-gaya-takda-daya =P although having both would be the best, ppl tend to compromise on the daya these days to opt for something more gaya, with a more “wow” factor when you look at it.

the most obvious trend today would be the mobile phone, since everyone, even the nice cleaning ladies in foe have phones. i think you’ve heard of them. to name a few, there are the motorola v3, lg chocolate, etc. not only have they stopped there, even motorola have collaborated with d&g, while lg are hooking up wit prada.

which brings me to the topic. wat u see up there. the title. yeah. tats the name of an axe tat my lead guitarist has shown me one fine day. and boy does it look sweet!! i dont care how it sounds man. the looks bring saliva to my mouth. touching it. carressing it. licking it (ok, maybe thats a lil too far) well u get my point.

here it is. finally a bass guitar on my wishlist. a one you can actually buy for me brand new! haha, although it costs 17.000 EUR =[ art on the axe is by german artist shudarella

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orange on white. sweet!

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closeup on the detail

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check out the detail! even the neck is not forgotten! *bounce*

still looking for that multi-millionaire friend. where are you? =P





mac pro full spec

12 03 2007

hohoho~ i stumbled upon apple and my hands were itchy. so here you go guys! the most expensive thingy on my wishlist so far! apart from the car of course =]

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specs *drooLz*

two 3.0GHz dual-core intel xeon
16GB (8 x 2GB) ram
four750GB 7200-rpm sata 3gb/s
nvidia quadro fx 4500 512mb, stereo 3D (2 x dual-link dvi)
two apple cinema hd display (30″ flat panel)
two 16x superdrives (with dual layer dvd burning capabilities)
bluetooth 2.0
edr and airport extreme
quad-channel 4Gb fibre channel pci express card
apple wireless keyboard
apple wireless mighty mouse
logic express preinstalled
mac os x
applecare protection plan for mac pro/power mac (w/or w/o display)

Subtotal $18,624.00

now… to find a multi millionaire friend… hehehe…





my passion. my music.

8 10 2006

i’m at a place where i haven’t really gotten into this place where i start looking at the tone, depth, what wood my neck is made of, the strings gauge, the pickups i use, the distance my strings are from the fretboard, all that shit. hmm, for the ones with the lost look in your eyes, i’m talking about my bass guitar playing. yes i appreciate the way my baby sounds like and i know what types of sounds i like, what tone i prefer but it basically ends there. i dont know whether i’d prefer a medium gauge string compared to a low. i dont know the difference between the sound a maple wood fretboard and a rosewood fretboard produce. i dont know what active pickups are good, or what passive pickups are good. right now, i’m basically a binary man. when i see a bass, i know one of the two are true:

  • i like it
  • i don’t like it

and when i hear the sound of a bass guitar, i too also know one of the two are true:

  • i like how it sounds
  • i don’t like how it sounds

well, i might “try” to appear more knowlegable by saying some smart stuff like “i like the tone and depth of the B-string” or “it sounds to metallic” or “i like this level of warmness” heck when i say these things, half of the time i don’t know what i’m talking about (i think) a great big part of me still rates the quality of a guitar based on one thing: the aesthetics appearance it gives me =] hohoho, sounds a little materialistic and all right? well thats part of the reason why i dig new age basses with active pickups so much. they just look so COOL. i don’t know about you, but fat, thick pickups are my thing (to the eye, that is), not thin little j-pickups, they just dont look good imho.

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drooL* the warwick fortress one (1994) the next addition to me wishlist =]





the phone

26 08 2006

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Sony Ericsson P990i

P990i takes effective communications to new heights. You have everywhere access to the Internet, push e-mail to get your e-mail straight to your phone and video calling and messaging for effective communications. Utilize the fastest existing wireless networks and the most advanced network operator services. Take pictures to be proud of. The P990i has a 2 megapixel digital camera with video. Catch the moment and save it or send it. Show what your camera can do.

Symbian OS 9.1, the latest version of the most-used open smartphone operative system is now launched and P990i has it. Add innovative applications to your phone and make it a powerful and effective business tool.





my wishlist =]

15 08 2006

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Motorola Stereo Bluetooth Headset HT820

The HT820 lets you manage both calls and music completely wirefree. Dedicated music keys let you pause, change tracks and adjust volume without needing to touch your music device. When a call comes, the headset pauses the music and relays the call via the headset restarting the music when the call ends.

 

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Alfa Romeo Brera

This was Alfa chief Karl-Heinz Kalbfell’s first motor show in his new role, fresh from Rolls-Royce, and was bullish about Alfa’s prospects. “We have to make an Alfa an Alfa, not an Italian BMW. You cannot lead by following other’s footsteps. Italy is too small to sustain Alfa so we must go worldwide. The US is a large market, and there is substantial work to prepare for it.”

 

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Rush 2000

Frame: Rush, 110 mm
Fork: Lefty Speed Carbon 110 DLR2
Rear Shock: Fox Float RP3 Air
Rims: Mavic XM819 Disc UST, 24 hole
Hubs: Cannondale Lefty front, DTSwiss 340 rear
Tires: Maxxis CrossMark UST, 26 x 2.1″
Crank: Shimano XT, 22/32/44

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*drOoLz* i need to get meself a few millionaire buddies =]