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  • Birthday 28/04/1969

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  1. Which one is best for metal?
  2. My first bass came from Bells in 1981. And, in fact, my second in 1982.
  3. I have very fond memories of the Surbiton branch in the early 80s when I used to pop in to play with the synths. I still have GAS for a Jupiter 4.
  4. Forgot to add - I haven't tried any of the Becos comps which are fairly new, but are supposed to be great.
  5. All three you are looking at are great comps. The Diamond is the simplest and just adds polish and punch without killing your dynamics. Having played with some rack comps over the last few years, I'm looking at moving back to a few pedals and I want the Diamond on my board. The ratio is set quite low and won't tame your peaks, but the tone of this comp is fantastic.
  6. Definitely Pret-a-Manger. The image needed updating years ago. It's something anyone could do themselves. Overepriced and frequently leaves you wanting more.
  7. Mine arrived about 30 minutes ago. Popped some batteries in and really impressed! No hiss or crackles. Just the lovely tone of my bass. Unless you already have a Tone Pocket or Big Head this is a total no brainer. Amplug is going back in the box marked musical bits I might use one day.
  8. Bought. Can't be any worse than my Vox Amplug.
  9. Becos are really providing a great range of compressors.
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  11. Been considering the HD850s for a while and at that price I had to do it
  12. I've had an LH500 for 6 or 7 years. Never missed a beat. Reliability is great.
  13. Damn, why am I only seeing this now? Must visit Basschat more often.
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