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    Hello lovely Basschatters. Long time no see. Who would like a 15" cab with handles and wheels? Made of thin birch plywood so very light. Has a barely-used Eminence Kappalite 3015 in it. Collection from North London (N7) and quickly please! Moving house and this isn't coming with us.
  2. That Longfellow is in my living room.
  3. A pair of Delano jazz bass pickups, ready to drop into your bass. These are split coil humbuckers, packed into jazz bass cases with big pole pieces. These pickups have consecutive serial numbers so are presumably a matched pair. One is 95mm long and one 92mm long. More details of this model can be found here: http://www.bassdirect.co.uk/bass_guitar_specialists/Delano_pickups.html £90 shipped in the UK
  4. I have a TL606-style cab, ported, made of ply, painted black with a metal grille, flip-up handles, plastic corners and wheels. I was about to take it to the tip but thought I could offer it here to someone who will use it. I refurbed it a couple of years ago and it looks nice, but realistically I'll never use it. It needs: a 15" speaker (I have an unused Kapplite 3015 I can sell you if needed) and some input sockets fitting. I'm in Holloway, North London. Need to shift it pretty fast please. I don't have transport so you'll need to come and get it.
  5. There is no sight better than a 6ft bass player with a tiny bass. Up for sale here a bass I bought for a bit of a laugh, but which now has to travel on to a new home since I'm not really playing any more. It's a Tanglewood Elfin, that I've modified to make a convincing E-A-D-G bass. It has a replacement tuner for the E-string and a Schaller P-Bass pickup (based, I think on a Dimarzio design). It sounds like a real bass. Hell, it is a real bass! (but small). Strung (I think...) 130-105-85-65 Sad to see it go but I'll sell it to anywhere in the UK for £50 posted. Alternatively you can meet me in London and save the postage in which case I'll do it for £40. Stay tuned to this channel - plenty more basses to sell!
  6. This is still here. Lots of nibbles but no-one has bitten yet. I'll do it for £55 posted in the UK now.
  7. These are now sold. Can't seem to edit the thread title from my phone.
  8. Not doing much music these days, but interested in trades for stuff I can sell. Hell, stuff that is smaller than two mics and shockmounts in cases would be nice!
  9. A pair of ribbon mics, made in China (but they're the good ones made in China!). I bought these a couple of years ago and have never used them, other than checking that they work. They're in the original bags in the original cases with the proper shockmounts. These were originally over £500 (the recordinghacks review with an MRP of 899 USD! http://recordinghacks.com/microphones/SE-Electronics/R1) They've since been reduced and Andertons are currently selling them for £150 each (albeit these are specially made versions aimed at the £150 price point, not reduced £500 stock). Apparently amazing on guitar cabs, drum overheads and vocals (with the right pop shield so you don't break the ribbon). Here's the soundonsound review https://www.soundonsound.com/sos/nov06/articles/ser1.htm Price is £150 (ie 2 for 1 compared to Andertons) picked up, or I can get them shipped at your expense.
  10. A weird and wonderful bitcrusher, hand made in small batches and not at all since 2012 (as far as I can tell). It has 7 different modes which go from the very usable to the downright insane. Here is the manufacturer's page: http://mtlasm.blogspot.co.uk/p/wrong-side-of-uranus.html And the manual: https://app.box.com/shared/kgrcsph212 Here's a helpful review on Talkbass complete with soundclips: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f36/ma-wrong-side-uranus-review-sound-clips-736948/ Used, but with no issues. A couple of bits of worn paint both otherwise great. It has velcro stuck onto its feet and the writing on the back says it was made in 2010. £60 shipped in the UK.
  11. Here's a box of digital tricks to make your vocals sound weird and wonderful. It autotunes, creates harmonies, makes you a robot, and a whole load of other effects. I bought this a couple of years ago for a very short-lived band. It's been from my house to the rehearsal studio a couple of times, and that's it. It has a couple of paint scratches from a badly-packed pedalboard, but is otherwise in great condition. It comes withe the manual and the original BOSS power supply. You can read all about it on the BOSS site here: [url="http://www.bossus.com/gear/productdetails.php?ProductId=1043"]http://www.bossus.co...?ProductId=1043[/url] These sell used on eBay for £120-140 plus shipping, so I think £100 shipped in the UK is a fair price for my lovely basschatters. [attachment=153912:IMG_20140202_102349.jpg]
  12. I'm downsizing my recording setup. I don't need 5 different ways to record a bass guitar, for example. First to go is this Heil PR-40. The paintwork is a bit beaten up, yes, but the mic works perfectly and isn't dented or gouged. This is a large-diaphragm dynamic microphone, so it's perfect for recording bass cabs, kick drums, or the human voice. It's a bit like the Electrovoice RE-20 in that it was designed for voiceover artists and radio presenters, but turned out to be amazing on bass too. These are currently £352 on Thomann http://www.thomann.de/gb/heil_sound_pr40.htm , so I think £100 posted (in mainland UK) is a pretty good price. It comes with the original mic clip. You can read what everyone else thinks of these here: http://www.gearslutz.com/board/reviews/680057-heil-pr40.html[attachment=153910:IMG_20140202_102400.jpg][attachment=153911:IMG_20140202_102353.jpg]
  13. Apparently the aluminium body / wooden neck thing is popular with guitarists. A friend of mine who made all-aluminium guitars was advised by a big Guitar magazine journalist to switch to wooden necks to improve sales. I don't see the point myself. It's the aluminium neck that feels to me like it makes a difference from a normal all-wood construction. Hence all the weird metal things with strings on in my living room. I wonder if this company could be talked into making a one-off with a metal neck...
  14. A quick still-for-sale bump. Any fancy the Bass VI experience at a very low price?
  15. A quick still-for-sale bump. Any fancy the Bass VI experience at a very low price?
  16. The classic Alesis SR-16 drum machine, in very good condition without a scratch on it. This one comes with a replacement power supply rather than the Alesis one. £30 shipped to anywhere in the mainland UK. You can read all about them here: http://www.alesis.com/sr16 Even people as thick as me can use it!
  17. This might be the cheapest way to find out if the Bass VI experience is for you. You don't see these around too often, so it'll be a nice cheap experiment for someone. This is an OLP MM5 baritone with a 30" scale. It's strung (with some very old strings) as a Bass VI, ie a full octave below a normal guitar. It includes a new set of Ernie Ball strings so you'll be ready to go as soon as it arrives. If you're into seriously doomy stuff you could also string this as a very downtuned guitar (I think this is what it was originally designed for, but I'm a bassplayer so I've always seen it as a Bass VI). Those of you with luthier skills could probably turn this into a very nice short-scale 4-string without too much work. Here are the specs: - 30" scale neck - Overall length of 40 inches - 22 frets - Rosewood fretboard - "North American Maple" neck - Basswood body - String-thru bridge - OLP tuners - OLP pickups - 3-way pickup selector - Made in China It's in pretty nice condition, set up well. The finish has the odd mark but nothing as brutal as a proper scratch or chip. I'm looking for £120 plus shipping costs. I live in London if you want to pick it up to save money.
  18. A Stagg jazz bass body and neck. Bought new a couple of years ago and never played. In very good nick (having never been used!). Can you tell that I'm clearing our projects? Only available for pick up. I live in Holloway (N7) and work near Euston. Free to a good home!
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  23. I've had this bass a few years, and never really got on with it. I'm a bass guitar player and I always will be! I picked it up on this here forum from a seller whose name I forget. He was based in Lee-on-Solent if that's any help. I don't know how old it is, but the figure of 1930s is in my head for some reason. Anyway, it's old, it's all play, and it's had a repair to the neck in the past (probably before a lot of us were born). It's loud. That's the main reason I bought it - a pro double bassplayer friend tried it out for me and said it was really loud for an instrument in this price range. It's fitted with a Realist and a set of basically unused Helicore Hybrid Strings in Medium. Its only issue is that the fingerboard lifts slightly from the neck when you play hard. I would suggest that you get a luthier to glue it back down, but adventurous purchasers might want to try themselves. SOLD and you will HAVE to pick it up from my flat in London, N7.
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