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  1. Had the pleasure of meeting-up with Benedict recently, following a visit to Northumbria Uni. Extremely smooth, pleasant deal following excellent communication and directions. Highly recommended BC'er.
  2. Ampeg Dan Armstrong @ £30k; or slightly less :- https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/255136736696?hash=item3b6755a5b8:g:ueQAAOSwKmphQgpT https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/255034073466?hash=item3b6137217a:g:yM4AAOSwgZdg2v3H ... located in London, or maybe Doncaster (?)
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  4. @ £699 for a limited offer period............... last call at this offer price.
  5. 2010 Fender Custom Shop Limited Edition (one of only 26) 1964 Jazz Bass Relic. Serial CZ5*9*5*. Custom colour, Sonic Blue finish with matching headstock, tortoise-shell p/guard and Rosewood fingerboard. I also have a custom made (expensive/accurate) off-white p/guard which is included. The bass has some finish checking and a few tiny scuffs around the edges of the body. As this is a relic these scuffs are from the factory. Unfortunately, the photos do not accurately show the faded sonic blue (think faded duck-egg-blue if you’ve ever done any old-school home DIY) – the matching headstock photo is probably closest (the others tend to just look off-white). The only other ‘issue’ (which I’ve experienced with other fenders) is that the original Vol pots have become less ‘progressive’, and tend to kick-in only towards the ¾-turn. It has the original case, strap, metal covers, certificate of authenticity, hang tags and unopened extras, such as the cloth and custom care pack. Original frets have very little wear. No issues whatsoever. The tone is superb, this bass really sings (… probably the nicest Jazz bass I’ve owned/played other than the one originally built for Meshell Ndegeocello by Chris Celinder). The neck is straight and the truss rod works perfectly. Great player with a good action. It balances nicely. Neck dimensions: Nut width: 38.25 mm. Depth at 1st fret: 20.75 mm. c. 9 lbs (digi-scales)1.5” nut. c. 10/20 string-spacing (nut/bridge). No trade/s – I need the funds; plus, if one of my other J-type basses sells I’ll be removing this one.
  6. Had the pleasure of meeting-up with Ben recently at Dalton Park (A19) which is about mid-way between TS and 'the Toon'. It was really generous / helpful for Ben to offer to do this, as I was collecting an instrument (as described / in excellent condition / properly set-up) from him. Neither of us could hang-about, but enjoyed a really interesting bass-related chat .... which could have gone on for a lot longer. Highly recommended BC'er.
  7. I'm getting this response quite regularly. Not sure if it's me (or my laptop) or if it's more general/common:- " Oops..... The site at https://www.basschat.co.uk/forum/18-basschat-marketplace/ has experienced a network protocol violation that cannot be repaired. The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because an error in the data transmission was detected. Please contact the web site owners to inform them of this problem.
  8. Thanks - they are. I'm only selling as I don't really need/use the second 210; so I'll be using the funds to buy one of the new, single units.
  9. .... available...........
  10. BUMP (.... facility seems to have disappeared?)
  11. Ernie Ball Musicman Sterling 4 H S Bass - unique metal Pickguard. Excellent (new) condition. 1.8mm thick / 300g. Same specs as the WD version/s:- https://www.wdmusic.co.uk/pickguards-c62/musicman-c198/musicman-bass-c424/ernie-ball-music-man-sterling-4-hs-bass-c483/wd-music-m3
  12. Lakland ‘Skyline Japan Series’ 55-02 Deluxe in a deep Cherry-Burst finish over the choice quilt-maple top. The bass came to me via a ‘deal’ and required mainly aesthetic work to get it to where it is now. No issues with the neck, playability and electronics - it’s an easy playing and great sounding bass. A previous owner had fitted a pickguard and either 2x thumb-rests or a ramp, leaving a number of small holes in the body. These can be seen easily when close-up, but not from a distance, They’ve been filled, coloured and lacquered but remain quite obvious upon close inspection. There’s also quite significant damage to the rear/top-edge (c. 50mmx9mm) as can bee seen in the photos (also re-coloured/lacquered). There were only 2 knobs (wrong type), the battery compartment was damaged and had no top; this has been replaced, as have the old/odd (set) strings (new set are Warwick Ni’s 40-130. The B-string – only - is bridge mounted as due to the tapered core winding it sat too low in the nut when through-body, as per the E – G). A (Seymour) Duncan (design) Quad Coil hum bucker (bridge) and a ‘J’ s/coil (neck) are teamed with the 3-band active ME3 preamp to let you dial in an incredible range of tones. 3-way toggle splits bridge pickup coils for choice of humbucker, rear or front s/coil. Push/pull (active/true-passive) Volume, Pan, B – M – T (3EQ). 35” scale, 45mm (c. 1&7/8”) nut; 9 / 19mm string-spacing (nut/bridge), 22-fret. Weight: 4.1kg (9lb) which seems to be light for one of these. Generic gig bag. Courier delivery included. @ £699 for a limited offer period...............
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