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Noisyjon

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  1. Yes, another Sid incarnation Clarky! 'If you see Sid... Tell him' type BUMP
  2. Not fair this close to Christmas 😁
  3. IME they will either work together flawlessly, or not! It will be good old trial and error with that. One tip is to keep the aerials as far apart as possible.
  4. Thumbs up from me too Clarky. I can't make your gig on Friday the 13th (good timing!) but 'break a leg' Mate.
  5. Thanks for the kind words and I hope it does indeed find a new owner soon
  6. Here is my wonderfully playing and sounding Limelight Precision bass for sale which has that classic, unmistakable, P bass sound! Only selling to thin the herd. This Limelight early 70’s P Bass has all the correct features from that era but with changed/upgraded tuners to help with the weight/balance. The bass is finished in aged Olympic White over Black and is quite creamy in colour when you see it up close. The bass has a ‘light relic’ finish and the metal work is ‘just’ tarnished which is how Limelight have been doing them recently for a better/more authentic look. The only point to raise is that one of the tuner screws (on the E string tuner) snapped in half during removal and the broken off bit is still stuck in the hole (see pics - red ringed but hard to see). There is no case or gig bag with the bass so collection/meetup only I’m afraid - I live in Harrow, N.W. London and work near to London Bridge station. However, I do have a very good condition Mono Bass Sleeve gig bag that I would be prepared to sell with the bass for an additional £50. The price is 'Or Near Offer' so if you are interested then do please make a near offer via PM. The worst I can say is no! Specifications: Aged Olympic White over Black Hipshot USA Ultralite tuners retro fitted (Relic'd satin version) original aged Gotoh tuners supplied, Aged Nitro-cellulose finished neck with Tusq nut and clay dots, Rosewood fretboard with hand rolled edges, Vintage style bridge, CTS pots and Sprague cap, Vintage wired, Vintage type Pick ups, Switchcraft jack, Nut width: 40mm, String spacing at Nut: 9mm, String spacing at bridge: 20mm, Depth at first fret: ~20mm Depth at 12th fret: ~22mm Weight: ~4 KGs or ~8.8 lb in old money! Click here for original FS webpage
  7. Great bass and great price. Sadly I don't have enough dough for it either! GLWTS and have a bump on me!
  8. So, I sold my Les Paul bass to Mark way back when in a GAS fueled rampage! When I PM'd Mark to look to but it back he says: Sorry Jon, that's not allowed under the EU control of GAS Regulations. Rules are there to be broken however so I'll let you buy it on the proviso I get first refusal if you decide to move her on again What a legend and no problem Mark, thanks again.
  9. So, I sold this bass to Mark way back when in a GAS fueled rampage! When I PM'd Mark to look to but it back he says: Sorry Jon, that's not allowed under the EU control of GAS Regulations. Rules are there to be broken however so I'll let you buy it on the proviso I get first refusal if you decide to move her on again What a legend and no problem Mark, thanks again.
  10. Interesting read Si, thanks for the link 👍
  11. Just as a heads up only 863 - 865 MHz is licence exempt and free to use. The only other portion that is usable with this IEM transmitter is 830 - 832 MHz but that needs a 'UK Mic licence' from Ofcom PMSE. Everything else is in mobile phone companies frequency ranges or RFID/Cordless phone ranges.
  12. IEMs are part of the solution here but to really sort this one out get him to look at shifting the amp setup for one of these systems: https://www.porteranddavies.co.uk/products/
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