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  1. I'm having a bit of a tidy up/clear out. Have decided I have far too many bags most of which are never used. Quite a few a spoken for now but these two are left:

    1) Protection Racket (think this is the 7151 model). Semi-hard case with one large (class D head size) and one smaller front pocket. Neck support and padding on the inside. Very robust bag, zipper in particular is excellent. Condition is very good - excellent in fact. Just the odd scuff from light use over recent years

    2) Benevente braded heavy leather. No idea who made it, came with a Benevente 7 string bass I owned many years back. It is a beautiful leather gig bag although carries a few scuffs now. I have also added some additional fabric to interior - it is very well padded and superplush (you could sleep in it very cosy if you were small enough) but an area started to wear from the bass control knobs hence the repair. I have replaced most of the zip pulls as well - they died very early one

    Both are excellent bags with loads of life, just surplus to requirements - especially in the current climate!

    Pricing each at GBP 50 posted to the UK.

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  2. The search for my P bass continues. Picked this up from DoubleOhStephan earlier this year. It is lovely but I'm looking for something slightly different I think, time to change.

    Stephan, hope you don't mind linking the original add as there is tons of info here:

    Since taking the bass I've corrected the bridge which was at a slight angle. The bass also has a white pickguard on it now but I can swap this out to tort if that was desirable.

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    Currently strung with d'addario XLs, again these could be changed out to flats if you prefer (by me I mean, obviously you could also do it yourself later if you wanted to....)

    The eagle-eyed amongst you might say "hold on a minute abd, the price on the original add was 245 and yours is 300, whats that about? You're not being a very good BC citizen now are you?". You may say other things as well. £300 includes UK shipping and a case or gig big. If you want to collect, socially distanced of course, then happy to drop the price.

    That's it, ping me any questions that you may have lovelies

    Abd

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  3. Every dreamed of splashing out on a perfect pair? Well here's your chance!

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    I'm changing a few things up and need to let these go which I will no doubt regret at a later stage. Both are in excellent condition, in fact the Dubterranea has not been gigged. I can probably find the IE packaging too....

    Xerograph

    The Xerograph Deluxe is a 4-pole resonant lowpass filter, inspired by synthesizers, with deep envelope capabilities and expression control, which can be used together or separately.

    In addition to the dubby static lowpass sounds and foot-swept resonant filter sweeps of the original Xerograph, the Xerograph Deluxe can create envelope filter sounds from classic auto-wah to modern subtractive synthesis, downward envelopes, and triggered slow synth sweeps.

    Version 2: The XD has been retooled with a new expression attenuator knob, a stomp switch to activate the envelope follower, all jacks on top, improved envelope response in Down mode, and some subtle tweaks that make it easier to dial in.

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    Dubterranea

    Multi-octave synth oscillator

    Dubterranea is a multi-octave pitch-tracking oscillator, capable of generating classic synthesizer waveforms in three octaves simultaneously. When combined with the Xerograph Deluxe filter, the pair form a full subtractive synthesizer, allowing a bass or guitar (or voice, saxophone, etc...) to create a wide variety of thick electronic timbres - all with an immediate, intuitive, one-knob-per-function interface.

    The pedal contains two synth voices - one playing in unison with the note you play, and a second that can be switched between one octave up and one octave down. Waveforms can be selected independently for each of these voices, each with its own distinct timbre - triangle, sawtooth, square, and narrow pulse.

    Additionally, there is a third voice based on classic octave-down pedals. This voice's tone is influenced by the sound of your original note, with a dedicated Timbre knob that removes harmonics at one end - for an extremely deep, smooth, almost sine wave sound - and then progressively adds harmonics at the top end, for extra gritty, harmonically rich sounds perfect for feeding into the Xerograph Deluxe filter.

    A second foot switch turns the synth voices on and off, allowing the pedal to be used both as a traditional octave down pedal, and a synthy oscillator, without adjusting controls. The synth voices also have their own dedicated effects loop, so that effects can be applied only to these voices, and an entire synth chain can be switched on and off with the Synths stomp switch.

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    These work fantastically well together hence selling as a pair. I will split them in which case the prices are 175 each including UK shipping. New prices are around GBP 250 by the time you factor in the import taxes.

    Any questions let me know, here's a couple links to give you some ideas....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mu9zVeDBIAI

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=majfSXKzlJ4

     

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