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  1. dand666

    Flying with instruments - my guide

    Proshit, you've said it all. Princess were super useful and helped out loads. Also lost my bass going from London to LAX, via Las Vegas >.< Got Lost at Las Vegas, didn't get it back till 2 weeks later when I was in Hawaii. Luckily one of the many Filipino musicians onboard lent me a bass lol!
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    Recommended Amp Techs

    Anyone know anyone Amp Doctors around the East/West Sussex/Hampshire area?
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    Recommended Luthiers

    These guys should be included: https://www.eternal-guitars.com/ Based in Chichester. Had a re-fret and service done and seems great!
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    SOLD - PJB BigHead

    Dammit. Just seen this 😞
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    In Ear Monitors - help needed...

    What are the filters in those? I have some ACS pro 17’s and I have a love/hate relationship with them.
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    Show us your rig!

    That’s expensive. I’ve been running just a SL112 for years and it’s fine. As long as the venue/sound man has good monitoring!
  7. I've played on a few massive stages, walkways and all, and SmoothHound was managing okay. Even with the massive Shure Antenna things all up around the room and a lot of wireless lapel mics e.t.c The only problem I had then was the distance. But looking back to it, the unit was down on the ground under an electric kit. (no amp gig, all IEMS). And It would only drop at the end of a long walkway. So my own fault really. So for the price SmoothHound is great, it works well and its dead simple to set-up!
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    Post your Fenders here!

  9. Here are some pics. Let me know if you need any more! As you can see, I added my own velcro as the sticky pads just couldn't cut it.
  10. If it fails mid gig does the kit stop working and/or are you left with something flapping around that requires gaffa tape? It will be left flapping, but it won't come out of the Input jack What if the bass you’re using is a pre-CBS Fender with an ultra-thin nitro finish - would the sticky pad damage the finish and leave an unsightly mark? It won't leave a mark, at least nothing a cloth and some polish cant sort out. What happens if you have more than one bass? Do you have to buy sticky pads and Velcro for each one? Yes. But Chris from SmoothHound will usually send them to you for free if you need them Hope that helps. Like I said, I have had some small problems with it so far, but for the most part, it's been great. Will try and upload them pics later to give you some more understanding of it all :-)
  11. Yes. My bad... And WoodinBlack is right. The best situation would be to clip it onto the strap or a belt with a cable. But I bought a wireless system to get rid of cables. Sick of cables, cables, cables. So that option was a no no. I'll try and upload some pics later. I need to test it out again as it was cutting out the other week. I think this was down too the transmitter door kept falling off and maybe the batteries were getting loose. Not sure. Will report back.
  12. The problem I'm having at the moment is the receiver. The clip at the back is so flimsy, however, I've used my own velcro on the receiver and some velcro on the bottom of my bass. Another big gig this weekend with a big band so will report back via the interference with other wireless gear!
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    In Ear Monitors - help needed...

    I have got some Shure 535's and would love to get them reshelled into moulds, any other company that would do this? *edit* I suppose this would work? http://www.custom-inearmonitors.co.uk/iems/custom-fit-earphone-sleeves.php
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    Aguilar Tone Hammer 500 *SOLD*

    Killer of an amp!!
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    Cleetus, is that you?
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