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Bash

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About Bash

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    Copper Contributor

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    Male
  • Location:
    Moscow, ID - Helena, MT
  • Interests:
    Gold Prospecting, Metal Detecting, Fly Fishing, Camping, Cooking, Lutherie, Options Trading, BBQ, Backyard Engineering, Home Restoration/Remodeling, Woodworking, Science, Computers
  • Gear Used:
    Minelab Equinox 800, Minelab Vanquish 440, Garrett Pro Pointer AT, Keene A52S stream sluice

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  1. So, I'm going to get another pinpointer for a backup, and would like something to compliment (or replace) my Garrett Pro-pointer AT. I've heard good things about the Teknetics Tek-Point , and the Fisher F-Pulse, which I believe are essentially the same product. Anyone have any other suggestions?
  2. If I'm understanding this thread correctly, the problem that needs to be addressed is the "natural" reproduction of the audio signal input into the headphones. It seems most headphones produced for the listening consumer market color the sound by favoring bass frequencies. What detectorists are looking for is essentially the same thing an audio engineer/producer is looking for - accurate reproduction of the input signal. An audio engineer would never mix down an album using "boom box" speakers. They would insist on a quality studio monitor with a frequency response that didn't favor any part
  3. If the Fed keeps printing money like they have been, really low. 🤦‍♂️
  4. I kept the ad pretty nebulous: "Found gold ring in Helena park. Tell me what park and what the inscription is, and it will be returned."
  5. Yep, the Nox. Think I'll order one for the Vanquish too.
  6. Thanks Chase! I was already hooked. Now I'm obsessed.😁
  7. Mine just arrived from the UK. Took about 10 days to Montana. I like it a lot! Great recommendation Simon!
  8. I can attest to the quality of Steve's products. They are awesome! Get yourself one! Bash tested. Bash approved.
  9. I was just going to say I found a plain gold band with an inscription and a date. Give me the the inscription, date, and where you lost it, and it's yours. 😇 It was down about five inches, probably been there awhile, so I doubt I'll get any real responses, but if I can return it to the original owner, I will.
  10. I definitely will. No initials, just a dedication and a date.
  11. A few weeks ago, inspired by some threads in the jewelry forum, I started shifting my focus from cherry picking coins, to digging possible jewelry signals using the Equinox 800. I actually started finding some, as shown in the first picture below. I was becoming a little frustrated, as (with the exception of one tiny silver ring), all I was finding was “crap” jewelry. That changed this morning. It’s been getting wicked hot here in Montana, so I’ve been out in the parks early. I was in one of the main city parks this morning (A park I’ve pulled a ton of coins out of, including
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