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goblin

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About goblin

  • Birthday 16/04/1992
  1. As it says on the lid really. Very good for the money these, I ran it for a few years and I thought it died, so upgraded to a Cioks DC10... turns out it was the power adaptor that had died, bought a new one on Amazon and we're good as new again! 6 isolated outputs, two of which are switchable between 9 and 12v, at 300mA per channel. Quite happily ran my board with some pretty thirsty pedals on there. I'd still have it had I not upgraded. Got the cables for it of varying length, new power adaptor and original box. £20 posted. Untitled by Dave Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled by Dave Butterworth, on Flickr
  2. Bought new a year ago, had specifically built for myself as I wanted hands on the sides, not the lids. Rack strip on the front, good condition. Some use marks, but being a flightcase it was bought for purpose which it has served. 30cm deep plus lids, lids removable on both ends, top quality from Swan Flight too. Cost me over £100 new. £50 plus postage Untitled by Dave Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled by Dave Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled by Dave Butterworth, on Flickr
  3. Don't need this as bought for an idea I never got round to. Sonuus B2M bass to midi convertor. Converts signal from bass to monophonic midi, I used to it drive a synth but can be used for studio application, other live use etc. Comes in box, in immaculate condition. £40 posted in the UK Untitled by Dave Butterworth, on Flickr
  4. Definitely, I love it but with my Aguilar rig only weighing marginally more, and the boot of my new car swallowing everything of that up including basses with the seats up, I don't really need such a compact amp now. Shame as I was lusting after one for ages, but if it's not being used...
  5. Selling my Italian made MarkBass CMD121p with Roqsolid cover. It's immaculate and had very light use (I know it's last owner). I've only used it on a couple of gigs and it sounds great, but just not getting enough use as I'm not doing many function gigs at the moment, and with a new bass incoming, I'd rather take the financial bite off that a bit. Based in Manchester but I gig all over on a regular basis, so chances are I may be near you some point. It's also light enough to box up and post too, so that's an option, and collection is more than welcome / encouraged too. Looking for £550 for it, bearing in mind it's condition and cover (which is in just as good condition) Untitled by Dave Butterworth, on Flickr
  6. Alpher Instruments

    I'll be adding to this! After lots of uhming and ahing, I saw a post on their Instagram which had me going to see them at first given opportunity. Went up to Alpher HQ for a few hours yesterday, and this morning I ordered myself an Alpher. Words can't describe my excitement! It'll be a 5 string Mako Elite 5, with a crazy burl top and matching headstock. Ebony 'board with a birdseye maple neck. Body is single piece maple (it looks amazing), pickups will be three Aguilar Super Singles, and an OBP-3 pre amp. 33" scale (because I'm a short derrière), not much weight. Oh, and some of the offcut from the cap (the electric blue bit) will be going into a 12th fret inlay. Untitled by Dave Butterworth, on Flickr Untitled by Dave Butterworth, on Flickr
  7. Aria Pro II SB800 Fretless

    BUMP! With a price drop to £600
  8. All I need is for my Stingray to hurry up and sell... That's gorgeous!
  9. Music Man Stingray 5 HH

    Update, turns out I misread the scales and I was a kilo out. Got some new digital scales today and they tell me that it's 4.7 KG
  10. Music Man Stingray 5 HH

    Yeah no worries, probably won't be able to do anything until Monday now as I'm on the road this week / weekend. But first priority when I get back, I'll get it weighed up
  11. Music Man Stingray 5 HH

    I'm not sure how accurate the scales I used are, it's a lot lighter than my Jazz though which comes in at 4.9. I'll see if I can find another set of scales
  12. Music Man Stingray 5 HH

    About 3.8kg
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