Parts: Aprilia four pot front caliper Aprilia rear breaks Aprilia RSV Mille Master cylinder YZ upside down forks Acerbis fork socks TZR 125 R Belgarda 4DL engine WRP fatbars 4FU barrel which is nicosil plated VHSA Flat slide carburetor 32mm Wossner cylinder rod Zeeltronic ignition system pre 96 airboot
Part list: GYTR clutch cover, boyesen ignition cover, airbox, cables, Hammerhead brake pedal PC tracked down a pipe and carbon silencer Pro Circuite Ti-2 short Darkstar moto coatings cerakote my calipers and hangers carbon skidplate Works Connection axle blocks
Part list: - new frame - 17" excel rims - Excel "Takasago" 17" Rims with Z-Billet Hubs. 120/70 Front and 160 Rear - 320mm Berringer Disc and 4 Pot Caliper - new sprockets, kickstand, and handlebar controls - Vortex Supermoto fender, headlight with signals - WR rear fender with fabricated license plate bracket with LED turnsignals tires Dunlop Q3s
The Marvelous Musical Mayhem of - a prelude: The Yamaha CP20 (Plus Dean Markley DM130C 75W Amplifier)
This video is a prelude to the Marvelous Musical Mayhem series. The video was produced in a bit of a rush as the instrument in question had to be delivered to a certain deadline. As such there were various things which could have been improved, and I look upon this as a learning experience. Key lessons learned were:
1. I need a better webcam. Even my phone would have done a better job than this! However, at least my identity is largely protected through aggressive blurring :D 2. Make sure the mic stand is not touching the instrument you are playing. Otherwise it will always sound as if a stampede is passing by as you play. If there had been more time I would have re-recorded. Live and learn. 3. Playing instruments you cannot play is challenging, particularly when you have to edit them together into some semblance of a song! :D
Anyway, in spite of its flaws, I hope you enjoy it.
This video was recorded using a Shure Model 5655D mic plugged directly into a Lenovo X201 running Linux Mint 18.2. Recording and processing of audio performed using Audacity v2.1.2. Video editing performed using Openshot v1.4.3.
Intro and outro music performed on:
A white or cream East-German made Marlin Slammer guitar though a Marlin 50W Reverb 50C amplifier. A Vermona Weltmeister TO 200/5 organ plugged into a Marlin 10L guitar amplifier powering the speakers (including Leslie) of a gutted Hammond 8022KM organ. A Hammond B200 organ through both a Leslie 720 speaker and another Marlin 10L for distortion. A Marlin Sidewinder bass guitar through a Marlin Bass 25W amplifier. A four piece drum kit of random items from Ebay.