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  • Birthday 18/06/1962

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  1. QUick update, been playing around with some Mullard and Brymon 12AT's and 12AX's but on the whole I think I prefer the tube it came with...
  2. Pop over and have a play if you like... I have a decent pedal board and this sounds much nicer than my COG TK421.. 🙂 I'm on the south warks/north oxon border
  3. Bought on of these on a whim - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nobsound-Valve-Tube-Guitar-Drive-Pedal-Bass-Overdrive-Gain-Tone-Stomp-Effector/253632915871 - astonishingly good for the money..... I've got a number of 12AX7 type valves hanging around, going to have some fun.. Also works on both AC and DC power supplies though does draw a fair amount of current...
  4. HI, What sort of condition is the blacksmith in? Does it come with the case?
  5. I've used one a few times at a rehearsal studio - my take was that it was a bit boxy and boomy... Perfectly adequate though..
  6. I used to run a compact under a super 12 for sh**s and giggles.. However even when I added locking clasps to hold them together, it never felt stable enough to gig in a carefree manner :-)
  7. I had a look at getting a fiver ricky "homage" made by some of the usual suspects.. My specs were 35" scale, 37 mm string to string at the nut, 70 mm string to string at the bridge. Lots of ideas out there, but the budget (neck through) was sneaking close to £2k, and I realised that the chances of ever getting a significant amount of money back was near zero. There is a "rickenfaker" facebook group, and Dave Koenigs 5 string versions come up occasionally. I suspect an original 4001/4003 fiver would be horribly cramped, and the B string would suck..
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