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Photos of Javier from during the week, including visiting the local parks, and Matilda Bay.
Javier Mortimer - week 78 (1 year, 26 weeks)
Date: 16th December 2015


We went to Whiteman Park for a while.
Whiteman Park
Date: 19th May 2018


Photos of Jai from during the week, including visiting the Melbourne Aquarium, the Melbourne Museum, and riding on a tram. For more of our Melbourne trip photos, see the site http://melbourne.richardeunic
Jai at 73 weeks of age (1 year 21 weeks)
Date: 29th October 2010


A collection of photos I took with my mobile phone, at various times of the year. Mostly sunsets, but with a rainbow thrown in for good measure.
Photos of Sunsets
Date: 10th June 2005


Some photos of Javier from during the week, including going to some parks, celebrating Fathers day and general photos
Javier Mortimer - week 115 (2 years 11 week)
Date: 31st August 2016


some miscellaneous photos of Chow Chow, our pet rabbit.
Chow Chow, miscellaneous photos
Date: 14th July 2009


Eunice buys an electric bike, here are some pictures of it.
Eunice's new electro-bike
Date: 26th February 2005


Jai enjoying his bath
Jai's bathtime
Date: 10th August 2014


We went to Araluen Botanical park and took some photos of the flowers and general scenery
Araluen Botanical park in Roleystone
Date: 26th September 2016


Eunices Mothers Group had a picnic at Neil Hawkins Park in Joondalup. These are some of the shots from the day, with a visit from Santa Clause, who handed out some presents.
Mothers Group Picnic at Neil Hawkins Park
Date: 06th December 2009


Jai and Richard met up with Janette, Memphis, Verity, Natalie, Craig and Rhys to spend some time at Castledare Miniature Railways.
Day at Castledare
Date: 02nd October 2011


We went to the Landsdale animal farm, and these are some of the pictures we took.
Landsdale animal farm visit
Date: 09th September 2017


Some friends and I go to Dunsborough to soak up the sun, drink wine and eat chocolate for a few days.
Holiday in Dunsborough, Western Australia
Date: 01st October 2001


Took a trip up to York, which is 150kms east of Perth to see the Jazz Festival.
York Jazz Festival 2004
Date: 03rd October 2004


Richard orders a new guitar and it finally arrived - a Paul Reed Smith Torero.

The SE Torero features several firsts for PRS — a Floyd Rose bridge, EMG pickups, and neck through body construction among them — that should appeal to both the existing
New PRS SE Torero Guitar
Date: 31st January 2011


Richard and Eunice hosted the August slot car meet on the Dragon Raceway routed track. For winners and grinners, please see the forums.
August HO Slotcar Racing
Date: 09th August 2008


Experimenting with the new fish-eye lens.
Fisheye Experimentations
Date: 22nd December 2008


Richard and Jai go to the Train Museum in Bassendean
Train Museum
Date: 23rd April 2014


We spent 3 days down at Margaret River. These are some photos from the third day, when we went to Millers Ice Cream before going to Cowaramup for lunch before heading home.
Margaret River Holiday - Day 3
Date: 05th August 2012


We visited the Butterfly Park in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, then went on to the Hornbill Resturant before going to the National Observatory (which was closed).
Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park, Malaysia
Date: 31st March 2016



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« 81 » Jai at 2 years, 19 weeks
14th October 2011

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Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)

Some photos of Jai from during the week, including visiting AQWA, playing with the local kids, and at a park.
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« 82 » A day at AQWA
8th October 2011

We went to AWQA to view the fishes.
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« 83 » Yamaha bass
6th October 2011

I bought this cheap bass somewhere along the way, I think it was in the early 90's, and played in a few bands with it.
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« 84 » Bruce Wei inlaid Art guitar special
6th October 2011

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Rating: 6.5/10 (2 votes cast)

My family pitched in to buy me this beautiful inlaid guitar for my 40th birthday. Purchased from Bruce Wei in Taiwan.
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« 85 » Kharaj-pancham Sitar
6th October 2011

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Rating: 5.5/10 (2 votes cast)

I purchased this Sitar from a music shop in Sydney, NSW, as they are hard to come by in Perth. This is an 18 string double gourd model, with 7 playable strings, and 11 sympathetic strings, making it a Kharaj-pancham sitar. The two bridges are made of deer horn, and the movable frets are a standard metal braced with string. The top (secondary) gourd is removable, and the hollow back provides a resonance for the player to hear the instrument - removing it via the screw makes the instrument project more towards the front, and would be ideal in an electrified situation. I bought a piezo pickup for this instrument, but it hasn't been fitted yet. The neck and facia is likely made from mahogany (tun wood), and it's decorated with bird inlays, as well as what appears to be the standard red, white and black markings around the instrument.
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« 86 » Riverhead Sound Research - Session Electric Guitar (Superstrat)
6th October 2011

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Rating: 9.1/10 (11 votes cast)

The Session (aka known as "Sesh", "Suzie Session" and "Suzie Sesh") is a long standing recording guitar. I don't know a lot about the history of this guitar prior to my purchasing it from a pawn shop in the mid 80's, and in fact I can't find a lot out about the company - apart from they worked out of Japan in the "Headway" factory during the 70's and 80's - the build quality is surprisingly good for a relatively unknown brand, and it was worked for many years on stage and in the studio. 22 frets on rosewood with shark fin triangle inlays, two single coils and a humbucker, which was later replaced by a Seymour Duncan SH-4B. These guitars get mixed reviews (when you can find them!), ranging from "avoid" to "best purchase" - I think mine lands in the later area of that.
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« 87 » Roland G-707 Synth Guitar Controller
6th October 2011

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Rating: 10.0/10 (3 votes cast)

This synth controller was purchased back in the early 80's, when Roland were still tuning their synth controlling gear. It was purchased from a hock shop for probably too much money, and was later matched to the synth portion (the Roland GR-700, not pictured here) from a private sale. These are the details from the Roland site:

  • Model:Roland G-707
  • Retail price: $1295.00
  • Body: Ash
  • Finish: Acrylic
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Frets: 22
  • Bridge: Roland tremolo
  • Nut: Polycarbonate
  • Tuning Machines: Gotoh, 6-in-line
  • Pickups: Two Roland humbuckers
  • Scale: 25 1/2"
  • Truss Rod: Single, adjustable
  • Neck Width: 1 5/8"
  • Body Width: 9"
  • Body Depth: 1 3/4"
  • Overall Length: 39 1/2"
  • Weight: 8 lbs 12 oz

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« 88 » Maton EBG808CL Performer Acoustic Guitar
4th October 2011

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Rating: 9.0/10 (3 votes cast)

I purchased this guitar from the Maton factory in 2004, upgraded to gold tuners and (later) titanium gold bridge pins (Jellifish Hotrods). The soundboard is built from "A" Grade Solid Bunya, and the back and sides from Queensland Maple, finished in the "Satin" look. The fingerboard and bridge are Rosewood and it features a Fishman AP5 pickup system. This new guitar series continues the success of the BG808. It carries the original 808 shape with a slightly thinner body and soft cutaway. Its Bunya soundboard provides the volume and punch to more than compensate for a small body. Comfort and playability are the keys to this purpose built series.
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« 89 » Hohner Steinberger B2 bass with GK-3B Midi pickup
4th October 2011

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Rating: 8.2/10 (5 votes cast)

I found this bass for the bassist who was playing in our band in the mid 90's, as he was playing a cheap instrument and wanted to upgrade. He played it for a while, but when he left our band he lost interest in playing and I bought this from him. It's a 4 string, 24 fret, headless and bodiless bass, with neck-thru design and 2 hum-cancelling pickups with passive electronics. Includes the Steinberger licensed bridge on an all maple body and neck with a rosewood fretboard. The neck is thin enough for my small hands and the bass is really lightweight. Later added a Roland GK-3B bass pickup for their 13 pin system, which transmits a signal per string and upgraded the knobs from black to pearloid.
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« 90 » Denver EF240BR Acoustic Guitar
4th October 2011

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Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)

Denver acoustic guitar, model EF240BR. A cheap acoustic I purchased some time in the late 80's as my first acoustic, after going to the music store every day for two weeks. Whilst it's cheap, and probably made from lesser quality woods, the combination of the piezo pickup under the bridge, light gauge strings and the woods give it an unusually rich sound. I've used it in many recordings and gigs throughout the years, and it was my main go to guitar for a long time, traveling with me from west to east and back again. Modified the way the battery was contained inside the body by adding an external battery compartment near the electronics.
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