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About motoxross

  • Birthday 29/04/1983
  1. Would have snapped and bought this a few months ago. Dammit. I only have a Standard Corvette 4 to trade Jabba looks awesome
  2. Hi Really interested in the Thumb. What is the condition and age of the bass? Also does it come with a case/bag? I'm in London but have been trying to find a thumb for a while. Many thanks Ross
  3. [quote name='Wooks79' post='1365348' date='Sep 7 2011, 02:54 PM']EHX Bass Big Muff - [b]£40 picked up[/b] Great condition, barely used as I prefer my Devi-Ever OK pedal for my dirty needs, velcro backed as it's on my pedal board. Also still for sale - Black Russian Big Muff - [url="http://basschat.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=127490&hl="]http://basschat.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=127490&hl=[/url][/quote] Hi. Would you deliver the Bass Big Muff?
  4. Hi Im keen on the Big Muff if its still available? Cheers Ross 07765175061
  5. [quote name='icastle' post='1163134' date='Mar 15 2011, 02:19 PM']Your amp requires a 4A slow blow fuse. If you take a look at the metal end of the fuse you will see some writing - make sure it says T4A. If it says F4A or just 4A then you've got the wrong type of fuse. If you are using the correct fuse type and are still blowing fuses then the amp needs to go off to a tech (or retailer if still under warranty).[/quote] Thanks guys. It turns out I have been using 4A fuses but not slow blow ones. So everything should be back to normal from now on. Thanks again much appreciated.
  6. Hi I have been a menber for a little while but not got around to introductions until now! I have been playing about on the bass for about 5 years but only recently have I taken it more seriously. I play in Brighton based band Here In Venice. Essentially a metal band with a varied mix of progressive, melodic, and groove based sounds. I have a couple of Warwick Corvettes, one standard and the other a $$. The $$ is tuned to C.G.C.F with 120,90,70,55 guage strings and is the guitar I use most. This is plugged into a Boss TU3 Tuner, EBS Multicomp, SansAmp Bass Driver, SWR Workingpro 400, SWR 6x10 Goliath Senior. Influences are Dirk Lance, James Leach, and more recently Amos Williams from Tesseract.
  7. Hi Can anyone give me advice on why my SWR Working pro 400 may be blowing fuses, normally when first switched on. My set up is Warwick Corvette $$ in to a Boss TU3, EBS multicomp, SansAmp bass driver, SWR Working Pro 400, SWR Goliath Senior cab. The only thing I can think of is the the order in which the equipment is turned on. Does this affect amp fuses? Any help would be much appreciated.
  8. [quote name='BIG.J' post='1013045' date='Nov 5 2010, 11:17 AM']+1 they are good quality leads, I bought a set of Jack to jack leads off ebay not long back to run all my SWR gear. If you have speakons then go for that option if not any of these will do = [url="http://shop.ebay.co.uk/i.html?_nkw=bass+speaker+jack&_sacat=0&_odkw=bass+speaker+lead&_osacat=0&_trksid=p3286.c0.m270.l1313"]http://shop.ebay.co.uk/i.html?_nkw=bass+sp...6.c0.m270.l1313[/url][/quote] Cheers guys. I'll be getting myself some of those asap
  9. Hi I have an SWR WorkingPro 400 head that I'm hoping to couple with an SWR Goliath SR 6x10. Can anyone recommend what is the best cable to get these two connected and sounding sweet? Many thanks
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