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  1. They look decent quality but I've already ordered one from Barefaced
  2. 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.
  3. 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
  4. Just got myself a Barefaced Super Twin and want to get a cover for it, but the Barefaced covers are extremely expensive being twice the price of the equivalent Roqsolid cover. Anyone have experienced of both, how do they compare?
  5. Here's an update. Tech support finally asked me to return the interface and fair play to them, within a couple of day they confirmed that it was faulty and sent me a replacement. The new interface works how it should, the signal is recognised by the DAW and the green light comes on as the gain is turned almost immediately. So its a big thumbs up for Mackie tech support. πŸ‘
  6. Or just convert it to a QuickTime (.mov) file, then you can upload it direct because the file size will be very small
  7. Meeting up for the first time with three other muso's through JoinMyBand exactly a year ago, we plugged in, tuned up, and the first half-a-dozen songs we played all sounded great, everyone had done their homework and had actually worked on the songs we agreed to run through before turning up. Best first meeting I've ever been involved in, and we are still together now. πŸ™‚
  8. Don't know whether I should admit this or not, but I had to search on YouTube for "The Gambler", I've never heard of it and didn't recognised it when it started playing. I have have always steered well clear of country music because I just don't like it, I respect all genres of music, but country just isn't for me. πŸ˜‰
  9. πŸ‘ I will have it. PM'd you
  10. PM'd You on Thursday, is this cab still for sale?
  11. I agree that thinking 'you gets what you pays for' isn't always a fair way of judging things, but in my 68 years of literally buying thousands of items for all things in life, 'you gets what you pays for' has come into play so often with many of my purchases πŸ€”
  12. This is not a dig at The Clash because I actually quite like them and think its a great song, but in what way did London Calling change music history?
  13. Just like Stew, most of the technical stuff goes over my head too, but thanks Phil, I now know that the 2000 watts claim is misleading and I will probably look for a 500W 15" cab manufactured by a company with a better reputation, I'm not saying that this cab is rubbish because I've not heard one put through its paces, but I have now read a number of reviews where users have said that it does go quite loud, but after a certain level, it loses definition. For just over Β£200, I suppose a lot of people will take a chance on it, but I'm worried that I would probably regret it after a while and wished I had payed a bit more for better cab, and be thinking "you only get what you payed for" 😐 Anyway, thanks for all your help guys, this is what BC is all about πŸ™‚
  14. I expect that many people would see these prices and not go back to them again but they might if they just said, "these items are temporarily not for sale at the moment" instead of putting ridiculously high prices on them? πŸ€”
  15. So for a numbskull like me, what is 2000 Watts in real money? πŸ€”
  16. Yep, its hard to believe that one 15" speaker can handle 2000 watts, but then I don't know much about the technical side of amps and cabs etc πŸ€”
  17. Its the wattage claims that obviously appeals but at the same time, puts me off if you know what I mean, here's what the newer model claims. Full Description 2000 Watts of Pure, Authentic Bass Tones The Bugera BN115TS is designed to offer players massive amounts of low end thunder, equipped with a single 15’ Turbosound speaker which offers 2000 watts of volcanic punch and tone. While the speaker delivers massive amounts of lows and mids, a fully adjustable 1’’ horn driver provides the cabinet with pristine, sparkling highs which can be adjusted via the high-quality rotary attenuator. Use the attenuator to custom tailor your sound, going from a vintage and classic tone through to a modern, percussive style. Built for Life on the Road The speaker cabinet is constructed from a lightweight, sturdy plywood, with a shock proof metal grille and reinforced corners to ensure it survives transportation and protects the internal components from damage. Recessed handles and integrated rollers provide the ultimate portability, ensuring players can easily transport the cab from show to show. The Bugera cab is also equipped with 1/4'’ and profession twist lock speaker connectors to keep all the bases covered. Features Produces 2,000 watts of powerful and authentic bass tone 1 x 15" custom-made Turbosound LF driver Lightweight and extremely durable plywood enclosure Extensive internal bracing and front-porting for rich and powerful low-end response Custom-made and adjustable 1” HF driver for high-end resolution Input and link outputs on 1/4” TS and professional speaker connectors Recessed carrying handles and integrated rollers for easy transportation Shock-proof metal grille and reinforced corners protect internal components Wheels can be removed to allow stacking Specifications General Speaker: 1 x 15’’ Turbosound-Designed Power: 2000 Watts Compression Driver: 80 Watts Tweeter Attenuation: 0 to Infinate dB Frequency Range (+3 dB): 40 Hz – 12 kHz Frequency Range (-10 dB): 40 Hz – 18 kHz Usable Low Frequency: 30 Hz Impedance: 8 Ohms Sensitivity: 97 dB SPL (1W/1m) Maximum SPL: 124 dB Inputs: 2 x 1/4'’, 2 x Pro. Locking Connector Dimensions Height: 23.1’’ (587mm) Width: 22.8’’ (578mm) Depth: 17.5’’ (445mm) Weight: 30.8kg (67.9lbs)
  18. Bugera BN115TS 1x15" Cab Has anyone got one or tried one?
  19. How Much? They could have at least included the screws!!! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IBANEZ-SR-SDGR-BASS-GUITAR-TRUSS-ROD-COVER-name-plate-B-W-Ibanez-Sound-Gear/281863941188?hash=item41a0666c44:g:DHwAAOSwImRYaoFY
  20. Here is the video I sent to Mackie tech support where you can clearly see and hear that it is not detecting a signal until the gain is a fraction before MAX, meaning there is no room for adjustment, it is either on, or off, and when its on, it starts clipping. The volume on my bass was set to MAX and its exactly the same when using my other basses and guitars. Onyx Producer Video.mov
  21. In all fairness to Tech support, they do seem to be on the case, they have asked me to do a video of me playing through the interface so they can see in real time what is actually going on. This is their message: I have one last request before I can determine the unit is defective. Could you send a short video of the issue happening in real time? I appreciate your patience and persistence and I want to get you the best solution!
  22. Ok, I've just tried using my ART Studio V3 in front of the interface and it works perfectly, the signal gradually increases as the gain knob is turned, so its obviously designed to be more compatible with active instruments. BUT, I don't really want to use an additional device because I just wanted a simple plug & play interface, which is why I went for the Onyx. But I suppose I'm stuck with it now. 😐
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