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  1. Me and my mate (guitarist) have been wanting to jam together over the internet for some time, so with the present crisis we are all in, now would be a good time to seriously look into the options. Have anyone tried using JamKazam or Jammr for example? I know latency problems can be a major drawback, but if we are connected directly into the router with an ethernet cable, would it work ok? I have interfaces and know how to record onto my laptop etc, but my mate doesn't, I know he will invest in an interface if we can jam together from home without too many problems, so just wondering if any of you B/C'ers can give some advice please. Cheers
  2. I used to always have trouble with AC/DC's Live Wire when I had to start the song on the B, once everything else kicks in after around 40 seconds I was ok, but if I thought about keeping perfect timing, the more likely I would drift 😯
  3. Artec 8 Band Graphic Eq / Pre Amp SE-EQ8 £25 Posted Virtually unused The quality sturdy metal casing has an underside rubber pad for 'non slip' floor use. You can make adjustments to the tone and volume of your instrument by boosting or reducing the band width controls and the volume control on the SE-EQ8 The SE-EQ8 also has a 'True Bypass' footswitch that when pressed, it puts the signal from your instrument to your amplifier without any of the tone and volume adjustments that you have made. This is useful when you want to give yourself a tone or volume boost in solos. Power Supply: DC 9 Volt (Not included) Case Dimensions: 70(w) x 115.5(h) x 34(d) (mm
  4. Marshall GV-2 Guvnor Plus Now Sold! £30 Posted Purchased in 2001 on a whim and hardly used
  5. Ashdown James LoMenzo HyperDrive - Bass Distortion Pedal £60 Posted Hardly used and in great condition The Ashdown James Lomenzo Hyperdrive Pedal is an ultra versatile bass distortion pedal with the ability to deliver your original bass dry tone and distortion - never get lost in the mix again. During more than 30 years experience playing and recording with iconic rock musicians including Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society, David Lee Roth, Ozzy Osbourne, Slash’s Snake Pit, White Lion and now Megadeth, James envisioned a bass drive effect that operates entirely unlike any other distortion unit currently available. Now Ashdown has made that vision a reality. In the LoMenzo Hyper Drive, a band of frequencies within the midrange of the bass signal is filtered out and the distortion effect is added only to this band. The filtered frequencies can be ‘tuned’ to the precise range that gives the optimum effect. The degree of distortion available is variable from a subtle break up to huge overdrive, enabling a new range of extreme effects for bass to be created. The distortion effect can then be mixed with the original dry bass signal to maintain a powerful, full-bodied bass tone with distortion overtones. “I’ve been using the Hyper Drive every night and it’s truly astounding,” reports James from the current Megadeth tour. “It turns all my basses into fire breathers!”
  6. Marshall GV-2 Guvnor Plus Now Sold! £30 Posted Purchased in 2001 on a whim and hardly used
  7. Artec 8 Band Graphic Eq / Pre Amp SE-EQ8 £25 Posted Virtually unused The quality sturdy metal casing has an underside rubber pad for 'non slip' floor use. You can make adjustments to the tone and volume of your instrument by boosting or reducing the band width controls and the volume control on the SE-EQ8 The SE-EQ8 also has a 'True Bypass' footswitch that when pressed, it puts the signal from your instrument to your amplifier without any of the tone and volume adjustments that you have made. This is useful when you want to give yourself a tone or volume boost in solos. Power Supply: DC 9 Volt (Not included) Case Dimensions: 70(w) x 115.5(h) x 34(d) (mm
  8. Possibly, but the guitarist and myself have been playing together for over five years and we've usually had a second guitarist, but we feel we would like to try going down the power trio route so this pedal could help me a lot in filling out the sound, and if Daniel Spriewald's tone is not quite right, then there should be plenty of other tones I could try with this pedal. At the moment, I don't use any pedals other than my Boss TU-3 tuner, so this would replace my tuner and give me a lot of options regarding tone in just one unit. 😉
  9. Thanks guys, I was edging towards the Tech21 DP3X, but you've now convinced me. 😉
  10. Ok, after a bit of researching some of your suggestions, its a toss-up between the Tech 21 BSDR SansAmp Bass Driver DI V2 Pedal and the Tech 21 dUg Pinnick DP-3X Signature Pedal.
  11. Thanks for the advice so far. I use various Precision basses, Genz Benz Shuttle 9.2 and a Barefaced Super Twin Cab
  12. I’m thinking about forming a power trio with my guitarist mate, up until now we have always played lighter rock so I’ve never really bothered that much with pedals, but I would love to produce a bass tone similar to what Daniel Spriewald achieves when playing with Phil X and The Drills. Yes I know that even if my rig was exactly the same in every detail to what Daniel uses, I would never be as good as him, I still wouldn't sound like him, and it’s all in the fingers etc, but if I can add some grind and distortion without losing the bottom end, I think it would help big time with what we want to achieve. If anyone can give me some advice on what pedals might help, I would very much appreciate it, but please go easy on me, I’m a complete novice when it comes to using pedals. My rig consists of: Various Precision Basses, Genz Benz Shuttle 9.2, Barefaced Super Twin Cab Here's a few clips. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNCSQZI1hro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIS4zOH70pg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59m6BoEVkng
  13. They look decent quality but I've already ordered one from Barefaced
  14. Despite saying I think I might go for the Roqsolid cover, after getting to the final checkout with 5mm padding, VAT, and shipping added on, I decided to pay a little bit extra go with the Barefaced cover instead.
  15. Thanks for the info Paul, I think I might go for the Roqsolid because its really just to give it a little bit of protection between the car and the venue
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