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TJ Spicer

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About TJ Spicer

  • Birthday 01/09/1995

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  1. Absolute beast! I’ve decided not to sell mine - it gets so much attention and everyone LOVES the tone. These are Warwick’s secret weapon!
  2. If the budget will stretch you won't regret the versatility or sound of the Line 6 Helix Stomp. Out of the ones you've suggested I'd pair the Ampeg pre with that cab. I did a comparison video on YT of the Ampeg and Fender Downtown that's being mentioned by others in this thread, maybe check that out if you're at all interested in either? T
  3. Ahhhhh. I hate that one 😂 Back when I didn't know what I was doing. But it's one of the only videos out there so I've left it! Happy to have helped!
  4. The Walkabout Combo is a mighty fine piece! In fact one of the few combos I still from time to time consider revisiting! Mine was the 15 too... Shame I owned it in my pre-car days! Lovely piece of kit 😍
  5. Can I suggest you get in quick, Sir, if that's your intention? It's potentially a shipping quote and confirmation away from leaving! T
  6. Haha! I love it, would keep it if I could. Had Fender done a Neo 112 rig At the top end of the market there would be no chance of it leaving. Bit of a shame overall, but the compliments I’m getting on the new rig as a whole is making up for the loss. Still - a shame, and everything I said in my review still holds true - this thing is imo great!
  7. Are we really this many posts in without 'Mr. Brightside' making an appearance?! 🤢
  8. Barefaced One10 £300 Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! 2019 was quite eventful on the gear-acquisitions front, and I now have a home studio that’s far too full! So commences my 2020 clear-out and rig renovation, to something more tonally unified and modular. This One10 is a little bit special being that as No. 31 it is the first cloth grilled cab that was ever produced, after the promotional 30 that were discounted on release. Other than that, you all know what these are about! It's been well used and never let me down. Being an early one, it has suffered from tolex peel, but I'm yet to apply any glue, so it's not been so significant as to cause much of a problem. No trades please. Collection from Maidenhead, shipping available, or PM to discuss potential meet-up as I gig all over the country. Thank you for looking! T
  9. Fender Rumble 800 Head £375 Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! 2019 was quite eventful on the gear-acquisitions front, and I now have a home studio that’s far too full! So commences my 2020 clear-out and rig renovation, to something more tonally unified and modular. This head had me very very excited on purchase. It's an incredible head for the money and easily fended off competition from Darkglass, GK, Markbass and others head to head at Andertons through my BF One10. You can see my excitement in the video above! Sadly I wanted to move to a rig that looked unified & professional, as well as sounded, and with the lack of a high-end lightweight 1x12 from Fender, sadly it must move on. I think this is a very versatile head with plenty of quick-access to tones with the buttons on the front. The drive is also very useable across the whole spectrum up to a light distortion in a live mix. Overall I think this is a bit of a "sleeper" head on the market as it stands and a bargain at the same time! It's as new, and unmarked, with fewer than 15 gigs under its belt! It includes an IEC cable as well as the footswitch for the drive and the speakon cable provided with the head. No trades please unless it’s towards an Aguilar DB751. Collection from Maidenhead, shipping available, or PM to discuss potential meet-up as I gig all over the country. Thank you for looking! T
  10. Ashdown CTM 30 Little Stubby (Prototype) £400 Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! 2019 was quite eventful on the gear-acquisitions front, and I now have a home studio that’s far too full! So commences my 2020 clear-out and rig renovation, to something more tonally unified and modular. This is THE Little Stubby that was used in the original Ashdown promo images and travelled to all the guitar shows with them. I picked it up at the end of the second day of the London Bass Guitar Show and it’s been with me ever since. It’s a fine little amp for recording as well as medium gigs if you give it enough speakers 🔊. It’s unmarked on the rear and fully hand made and hand wired as a result of it being a prototype. The top output on the rear is a balanced DI. As you can see it sadly came into contact with a screw on the base of a class D head, causing the scratch on the top, but other than that it’s in original condition. If you’re an Ashdown fan this is a great opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind piece! No trades please unless it’s towards an Aguilar DB751. Collection from Maidenhead or discuss potential meet-up as I gig all over the country. Thank you for looking! T
  11. I generally prefer a DXR15 in front of me as a monitor. It doesn’t really work in vertical orientation on the floor behind me as it moves forward through the gig from the vibrations of the cabinet 😂 It sounds great though!
  12. Right hand will help too and I don’t think this is being taken into account. Playing closer to the bridge will produce a little more Mid definition in that B. I’m an over the P pickup player most of the time, naturally moving back between the P and J when it’s something that requires a little more punch and a little less bloom. But I never naturally play over the bridge, which will contribute to me finding the P muddy on a low B, 34 scale, p pickup only. You can make a P sound more Jaco if you play by the bridge. Same need be applied here imo! All about that technique for me!
  13. I agree wholeheartedly. Never found a P pickup that works on the low B solo'd with the definition I need and expect. Ed Friedland says the same in one of his YT reviews, traditional P orientation and a 34 inch scale is too undefined. Even my Sadowsky PJ5 I need some bridge pickup to be happy, and normally thats 45% bridge. I think what you're describing @Al Krow, is the reason I struggle with BBs with the switch, and why my BB5000 was sold. Only having the option of P, PJ, or J doesn't give the smaller variations I need to make it work on the B.
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