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  1. I used to use TIs with a trebly/gnarly/driven sound. Ultimately I preferred steel rounds with that same sound but the TIs did sound good like that.
  2. It is showing some pretty good versatility between those 2 clips.
  3. Unless you’re a super loud band it’s unlikely to be a problem, I’ve used my RM500 with loads of different cabs, 4ohm, 8ohm, never been an issue, never needed more power (and we’re an Oi/punk band so not quiet). As above you’ll probably get 300 or so watts at 8ohms but with the Super Compact being a very good, efficient cab I’d doubt you’ll need the amp anywhere near full volume.
  4. Not yet but that is the plan since I got the RM cabs back, just not had a gig where I’ve needed the whole rig.
  5. The DBS amps were great, I had the 400 watt head and it was excellent, very powerful/loud and had the H-Word in truckloads. Versatile too with plenty of eq shaping. Although a different inherent sound my Ashdown ABM600 is very similar in the depth of sound/power and flexibility. As such I wouldn’t buy one seeing as I have similar already but I’d recommend them, very good amps indeed and in answer to the Class D question, well its horses for courses, pub gigs and it’s not really a question but get into bigger venues/stages and that’s where the answer reveals itself.
  6. Yes, this series aren’t quite as “chunky” on the necks as the 2012-16s.
  7. Seems a lot more reasonable, still not cheap but the quality of Tech 21 is well known, and quality doesn’t often come cheap.
  8. Big time, and paired with either of those cabs a rig that will sound great and have bags of power/volume.
  9. Interesting as Bass Guitar Mag features this and says product street price to be $289. Maybe they’re gonna be flown here First Class?
  10. Does a more dried out neck mean less need to adjust the truss rod in spring/autumn? As it seems to be atmospheric changes which I assume affect the necks due to moisture?
  11. Really hoping to get along, and everything looking like I’ll be able to as well. Which is nice.
  12. This for me, or the B15 if space a factor, as a Precision player it can only be Ampeg.
  13. Unless you don’t really get on with the Jazz in general I’d look at a higher priced Jazz, you never know, you may just prefer the one you already have. I looked for ages for a Jazz I could really gel with, had an array of American and Mexican ones, Standards/Deluxes etc, never found it. Lucked out by chance with a Squier VM77 Jazz. And if you do find a more expensive one you’re happy with, well result.
  14. Without quoting @skankdelvars whole Post, I pretty much agree 100%. Whilst there’s no doubting Wellers songwriting abilities Bruce Foxton is very under-rated in his contribution to The Jam. Plus he’s a nice guy too, was fortunate enough to meet him when we were both on the same TV show - a real we’re not worthy moment for me.
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