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  1. Load em up guys, I would also love to see these! Such a great song.
  2. Nothing better than turning up to a gig with a DI and running IEMS. Sounds fantastic, and takes about 30 seconds to set up and pack down.
  3. Give Chris a shout, he is most helpful.
  4. Thanks for the info dude. The only thing was, on the Interference light, it was only at the bottom, indicating that the signal was okay. No metal structures in the way of me either. Was a huge event, big Shure antenna//masts things were deployed as we were all running IEMs. I just turn up and take the pack so have no idea of configuration.
  5. hmm. Well it was in a huge venue, lots of cameras, everything was wireless e.t.c You guys are making me think twice about it. Maybe I'll email Chris and see what his thoughts are. Thanks guys :-)
  6. Used it in Paris last weekend, sounded great, but was dropping out when out of sight, which is expected. Was a huge stage with a walkway going into the crowd, but was getting lost at the very end. Anyone know the max distance it is meant to go? Also any ideas on how to replace the sticky pad, had some issues with it. But apart from that, I love going wireless. It's great, also setting up the Smoothound was so easy.
  7. More Beatles more Beatles more Beatles

    Ringos drumming was just perfect. Go listen to Rain, or the newly released Sgt Peppers with just the instrumental tracks, lovely stuff.
  8. Finally purchased one of these! Looking forward to trying it out.
  9. Hard case/Flight case for gear - advice needed

    Pelco for gear/accessories I've got a bass flight case which I wanna sell- although the foam is cut out for a P-bass. I couldn't be arsed taking a flight case when I went abroad, so I use my Mono m80 and that is fine.
  10. Mono Vertigo & Tick

    Got this set-up as well. Along with my Aguilar SL rig, I can travel super light. Even better when I don't need a cab and just DI all evening. So much easier.
  11. Free Bass Transcriptions

    Man, thats nuts. Awesome rhythm reading dude.
  12. Transcriptions and website

    Thanks man, loving the Cannonball Adderly tune.
  13. Can I ask, may I see a pic of the case, looking to get a custom case for my SL112!
  14. Mono M80 Bass Bag

    I have the [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]M80 Vertigo. It is fantastic.[/font][/color] [font="helvetica, arial, sans-serif"][color="#282828"]It's been around the world with me (working on ships), on planes, in vans e.t.c and it hasn't got a mark on it. The Vertigo is worth getting, so much protection on the strap pin its great.[/color][/font] [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]C[/font][/color][color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]ouldn't recommend it enough. [/font][/color]
  15. Recommended Luthiers

    Just had my P-Bass re-fretted from these guys: http://www.eternal-guitars.com/basses Based near Chichester. Had a Re-fret, a new pot, electrics cleaned, new strings and a 1 inlay replacement. Came to around £300.
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