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  1. Just met up to sell Matt a cab - really smooth deal, lovely guy, highly recommended.
  2. [b]Markbass Club 102 - [/b]well gigged over the last few years but looked after, missing a couple of corner protectors on the bottom and has a ding on one of the bottom kickback corners (those never had corner protectors) but nothing to worry about, also has some stickers on the grill that will come off without a trace. Now discontinued punchy 400W 2x10 with adjustable tweeter, 2x combi speakon/jack connectors. Can be used vertically or horizontally in wedge mode; it works great sat on top of the 15 in wedge mode if you're close to it. Comes with Roqsolid cover in black with yellow trim. £400 collected from Sheffield, happy to post at cost. [s][b]Markbass STD 151HR -[/b] barely used and in excellent condition. 1x15 with adjustable tweeter, 400W, 1x speakon and 2x jack ins/outs with Roqsolid cover in black with yellow trim. £350[/s] [url="http://s1209.photobucket.com/user/timo22222/media/Stuff%20for%20sale/MBcabs_zps3f86dbf8.jpg.html"][/url] [url="http://s1209.photobucket.com/user/timo22222/media/Stuff%20for%20sale/MBcabs2_zpsb684fc36.jpg.html"][/url]
  3. I've got a french one of these: [url="http://www.bowshop.co.uk/plain%20black%20%20bass%20bow.html"]http://www.bowshop.co.uk/plain%20black%20%20bass%20bow.html[/url] which I really like for the money. My mum also got a german one at the same time which she prefers to all the other more expensive wooden ones she's had. Plus Tim is a really nice guy.
  4. Pair of UltraJazz 5s, selling as I don't do well with exposed poles. Bit of light muck on the pole tops but I'll do what I can to get it off. [s]£75[/s] £60 to your door. [attachment=155054:ultrajazz.jpg]
  5. I've had this bass for about 8 years during which time it's been my main bass and done hundreds of gigs. I'm playing my jazz more at the moment so thought I'd put some feelers out. It was made by the late Paul McNab (Paulman) from Huddersfield. Originally it was wired with the pickups straight to the jack so as not to mar the gorgeous flame with knobs; I needed more tonal options so Ged Green fitted the preamp. I'm planning on taking it for a setup in the next couple of weeks. It's 35" scale, Delano pickups, Schaller tuners and bridge with adjustable spacing, John East designed ACG EQ02-PT preamp (vol/pan stack, treble stack, bass stack, passive tone), ebony fingerboard. Most of the pictures I have are a couple of years old but they were taken with a better camera than I have access to now. Since those photos were taken I have replaced the broken tuner and some of the Paulman logo decal has worn away so I've added a new headstock shot. There are quite a few small varnish dings, especially on the back, but the worst damage came from a microphone falling off a crappy stand at a rehearsal studio and hitting the bottom edge last year so there's a new photo of that too. Tradewise I'm after fretted 5 strings only, I'll consider anything (especially if it has a maple neck with black block inlays). Photos: [url="http://s1209.photobucket.com/user/timo22222/slideshow/Paulman%205"]http://s1209.photobu...how/Paulman%205[/url]
  6. I can highly recommend Geoff Chalmers in Leeds - [url="http://geoffchalmers.com/"]http://geoffchalmers.com/[/url]
  7. I tend to play with one but get an even sound with two (at least I think I do, going to be more critical next time I get the bass out). Oddly though I recently noticed that I've drifted to predominantly using my middle finger rather than index which I always used to use.
  8. Super Synth and Behringer synth still looking for a new home.
  9. I really like my Ibanez PD7. It was super cheap second hand and does a pretty wide range of noises, has a useful EQ and is good for clank with the attack switch.
  10. Sorry about the delay in replying. It's solid top, laminate sides and back.
  11. My favourite Malmsteen video: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gEVhpEz59E[/media]
  12. My pedal desires are spiralling out of control so I'm nipping it in the bud and going for a multi effects for a while I work out what I want. For sale we have: [s]Markbass Super Synth - with 12V supply - £160[/s] [s]EBS Multicomp - Black Label non-true bypass model, boxed with instuctions, bit of paint damage around the edge and the foam stuff on the original back is tatty, also has wooden back with velcro - £60[/s] [s]Behringer BSY600 - Boss SYB clone, boxed - £25[/s] Dunlop 18V wall wart - £15 - sale pending 9V daisychain - 4 x 2.1mm plugs plus extension connector, approx 18" between plugs, daisychain only, no supply - £3 with another pedal [s]EHX Bass Microsynth - boxed with 9V supply - £130[/s] [s]Joyo Analogue Delay - boxed - £18[/s] [s]Behringer BEQ700 - bass graphic equalizer - £15[/s] [s]Digitech Bass Synth wah - boxed - £35[/s] [s]Danelectro Cool Cat chorus - 18V model - £20[/s] [s]Diago 9V-18V converter - converts one 2.1mm 9V plug to 18V - £7 or £5 with another pedal[/s] All prices include P&P, will combine on multiple purchases. Please get in touch if you'd like more info or photos of a specific pedal. Potentially more to come... [attachment=150232:photo.JPG] Thanks for looking!
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  14. I'm very happy with my G30 and have been to the back (bar) of a 30m-ish marquee with it, gets pretty impossible to play anywhere too far from stage without in ears as the sound delay is huuuge. I use a Thomann wireless holder on my strap now as I dropped my transmitter lots of times, lost the clip and eventually smashed the battery clip and now have to wrap it in gaffer to hold it shut. Does the job though. The pedal board receiver is also great for my setup.
  15. That's insanely cheap. Someone with a spare £850 will get lucky there.
  16. Oh yeah, that's quite an important thing to leave out, isn't it. To be honest I'm not entirely sure about the back so I'll give it a good check tonight and get back to you.
  17. I'm selling my German flatback as I've just bought a new bass. I believe it to have been made in the 1940s. I've had it about 8 years; I got it from the Bradford based luthier Lily Bennett who rescued it from a school and gave it a full restoration (including removal of a very old piece of flapjack). While in the school it was clearly somewhat mistreated and is rather beaten up cosmetically as you can see in the photos. There are signs of a couple of old cracks on the back which don't move at all so will have been repaired properly by Lily. The neck is thinner than most so may suit players with smaller hands. In July last year I got to a lesson to find the neck had come off, likely due to it being in the car on a scorching day and maybe taking a knock. The repair was done by Kai Dase who also fitted a new ebony finger board, bridge, tailpeice and spike. All in all, due to the distressed/mojo loaded look of the bass you get a lot for your money. Anyone who knows Lily or Kai knows their work is top notch and Kai has said to insure the bass for £6000. I'm after £2500 which includes a good quality, well padded soft case. I fitted a new set of medium tension D'Addario Helicore Hybrids about six months ago. You can hear the bass on 'Dead Weight' and 'The Bone Orchard' by Gavin Davenport on Spotify. Pictures: [url="http://s1209.photobucket.com/user/timo22222/library/Lily"]http://s1209.photobu...22/library/Lily[/url] [url="http://s1209.photobucket.com/user/timo22222/media/Lily/photo_12_zpsfec050ba.jpg.html"][/url]
  18. This be gone. Boss SYB-5 in good condition, a few small cosmetic scratches but nothing major. I got it off a fellow Basschatter a few months ago but I need to reclaim some board space. Some big sounds to be had and a has a really cool filter sweep if you use it with an expression pedal which I'll miss, especially as I can't play Gangnam Style any more. £65 posted or you can collect it in Sheffield/somewhere else if it works out. Ta for looking. [attachment=147992:syb5.jpg]
  19. Pete just bought my Fishman DI, jolly pleasant to deal with throughout and highly recommended. Cheers dude!
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