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  1. Yep! doesn't do it any favours at all does it?
  2. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1995-KOREAN-SQUIER-BY-FENDER-PRECISION-BASS-ROADWORN-COR-TEK-CORT-MIK/223447677004?hash=item340684f84c:g:cOkAAOSw81lcih88
  3. Thanks for all the advice, but I've gone for a Boss FV500H, I know some people have said that it is quite large, but apart from my Boss tuner which is plugged into the dedicated tuner socket on my amp, the volume pedal will be the only pedal I will use so its size shouldn't be a problem.
  4. Thanks for the info Andy
  5. What is the difference between a "volume' and "expression" pedal, when I'm searching around online for volume pedals, expression pedals often comes up?
  6. I'm happy to pay up to £100 for a decent one
  7. I'm after a volume pedal that is simple to use and doesn't affect the tone, and it would be useful if it it allows you to set a minimum level. Any recommendations would be much appreciated.
  8. I don't think its the amp Ped, I play through a Genz Benz Shuttle 9.2 when gigging, and when rehearsing I use whatever amp is in the room, and it also happens through my Mark Bass 60w practise amp at home, so I guess it probably is my technique, although I really don't think I am hitting the E any harder than any other string tbh 🤔
  9. Sorry, I should have mentioned that I play P basses and its the same with all of them, I have adjusted the pickup heights and tried lowering them more on the E string side as most people do with P basses, but I still seem to have the problem, I try to hit the E a little lighter but when you are getting into a song, its not always easy to do 😕
  10. I notice a definite jump in volume and tone when I go from the E string to the A string, its especially noticeably when dropping down from the A to the E. I know absolutely nothing about compressors, but would one help even out the the volume and tone? Whenever I read threads on compressors I get very confused, everyone has different opinions on what they do and whether they are needed or not. If a compressor will help, then I want one that is simple to use (not too many dials etc), cost isn't a problem if it will do the job. Thanks in advance for any advice.
  11. My new band that plays old school r&b (think Dr Feelgood) and have 18 songs in the first set, and 19 songs in the second set, mind you, some are as short as 1.45 seconds but its great fun playing these no-nonsense, in-yer-face, pub rock songs 😃
  12. ChunkyMunky, you are a star!!! Thanks so much for taking the time to post this video for me, it was really bugging me because it should have been so simple to work out, which I suppose it is really, but I just had a mental block on this.🤔 Once again, many thanks.🙂
  13. So it IS a "pink torpedo up" at the beginning then? I thought it might be, because for the rest of the song, what I play sounds fine 🙂
  14. One Weekend - Dr Feelgood For the life of me I just can't work out what notes are being played in the intro, my ears tell me its G E C D GGCBG D but when I play along with the song, it just doesn't sound right. 😕 I've just formed a new Dr Feelgood tribute band and have learn't 37 songs in just a few weeks without any problems except for the intro on this one. One Weekend - Dr Feelgood(intro).mp3
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