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  • Birthday 23/05/1975

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  1. Me!!! Got EB cobalt flats on my P bass and regularly fire up myDHA VT2, great sound!
  2. I’ve always been quite partial to this from James:
  3. Ampeg B15 or SVT and 8x10. Fender Bassman Early Trace Elliot and 4x10
  4. Phono inputs and outputs mean it's probably designed to work at line level signals. Not really suitable for the comparatively small signal from a bass guitar. I could be wrong, but even if it passes signal then the signal to noise ratio will mean it has very limited applications for us low enders. Probably not very good for metal either.
  5. My fave is 'You never give me your money' - lovely obligato/dusty end playing during the intro, nice little walking bit and some 'standard' rock/pop playing towards the end. I might have a go at transcribing that one.
  6. paul_5

    MS60B Users

    I use mine in the A/B/C setup too - mostly it's for 2 synth bass patches and an envelope filter. Mine's in a looper pedal, so the I can effectively turn the Zoom off and on remotely, and then scroll through to A/B/C list until I get to correct patch for the next song. The looper is from a PCB from Fuzz Dog and has a blend knob, so that I can alter the clean/effects balance on the fly.
  7. The Beach Boys’ Good Vibrations, magnificent from start to finish
  8. This. I had one a while ago and replaced it with a DHA VT2, but it was very good before being superseded. edit: there’s one one eBay at the moment: BIN of £55... https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F303256568314
  9. Ampeg SVP PRO if I’m using backline, DHA VT2 EQ if not. Job done.
  10. My most expensive gear mistake? Not buying a fretless Wal when I was offered it for £700.
  11. I’ve always had a problem with Ric basses. I love the way they sound, but have always thought that a neck through construction is somewhat negated by routing out massive chasms for the oversized pickup surrounds, all to accommodate a pickup that’s smaller than a Jazz bass unit. exhibit A:
  12. I don’t know anyone who could pick up a Trace 4x10!
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