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johnpaulbass

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  1. Super pedal. Have one of those. Walshy is a great guy too. GLWTS
  2. Just bought a Cali compressor from Paul. Flawless communication, great guy and the pedal is awsome. Thumbs up!
  3. I don't doubt about the bass being a nice player and in perfectly working order (so nothing to say about the seller :)) but the video of the "making of" is one of the most stupid things I've every seen in my entire life... like... what the f**** ? meh.. anyway.. good luck with the sale
  4. Thank you.. yes.. this one is quite cool https://www.thomann.de/intl/si/cioks_dc5_link.htm
  5. Thanks for the answer, would you be so kind to give me some examples ? Like brands, pedals and such... thanks.
  6. So there is a power supply that would supply enough power for those 3 pedals ?
  7. Hello guys, I need a help... I'm planning to do myself a "in ear" pedalboard which will be very simple: aguilar tonehammer - compressor (mxr m87 probably) - tuner (boss pedal tuner) I would like to put this on a pedaltrain nano and would like to run everything through a Xvive v19 (https://www.thomann.de/gb/xvive_v19_micro_power.htm) power supply (putting the tonehummer in the 18v input and the other 2 pedals in the 9v inputs). Will be there enough power or is better to leave the aguilar tonehammer having it's own "power" using it's original power supply ? Thanks in advance for your answers.
  8. As said yesterday was a nice evening. Had the possibility to try some wonderful bass heads. At the end it was a tough choice. Let's say I didn't have any "personal favs". Every amp sounded great that's a thing that has to be said. I've tried them with the Mesa powerhouse 410 box, then (not pictured) with my Schroeder Mini 12+ boxes and then recorded them directly through the Focusrite in the DAW. To cut short I'll put it this way: The GK is a great all rounder ('been my main amp for 4 years) and a covers all the tones of those other amps (so I'll keep it as a backup). The Aguilar lets the instrument come out, has a great warm tone, scoped a little in the mids so if I had to chose just one amp (fortunately not) that would be the Aguilar for shure. Speaking of the Darkglass it just sounds somehow organic and full, the MIDs selection is super useful at least for my playing plus the feature of their overdrives incorporated is fantastic. Not to speak about the power which is massive. The Mesa is a great amp but at my taste too scooped, everything just sound huge, "amplified", the mids just booms out, lots of headroom... reminds me somehow of the Ampeg heads with more clarity. The basses sounded HUGGGE through the Mesa head, but if you tweak a bit the Darkglass and the Mesa sounded similar. So ... said that I do own the Gk and the Darkglass which I'll keep. Since I'm planning to switch, at least for some situations, to the IEM system I will buy myself a Tonehammer pedal DI and then basically this will cover everything I need. For now. Basses used: Fender Precision Custom Shop '64 reissue relic, Sadowsky Rv5 metro Soundcloud link (please don't be picky on my playing... I've had a superstressfull week and just the hype of trying this amps kept me awake
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