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BaggyMan

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  • Birthday 14/07/1962

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  1. oops i know...should have PM'd you
  2. dont fancy a trade against an amp perhaps?
  3. Nice little combo based around the 250 Blackline amp. n good all round condition. I have owned this a couple of years and it's great for rehearsals and small gigs due to the lightweight construction and Neo speaker. I have replaced the amp last year because the original had a short on the motherboard. Its a simple drop in so nothing to write home about. Dead amp (useful for spares if ever needed) comes with sale if wanted. Any questions please ask...
  4. MarkBass 250w head(4 Ohms) or 150w (8 Ohms). Nice 250w head great tonal range with the Milleriser gain option. I bought this only to realise a lightweight higher p[owered cab with my stage amp would just as well for me, so now surplus to requirement. Excellent condition. Current model, detailed specs: Specifications Inputs: INPUT: impedance 500 Kohm, max. voltage 9 Vpp EFFECT RETURN: impedance 33 Kohm, max. voltage 10 Vpp Controls: GAIN: -46 dB to +23 dB range MASTER VOLUME LINE OUT LEVEL MUTE switch GROUND LIFT (switch on rear panel) PRE/POST EQ (switch on rear panel) FSW input for (optional) footswitch to turn on/off EQ1 and EQ2 Equalization: EQ1: ULTRALOW: Level ±16 dB (Freq. 65Hz) LOW: Level ±16 dB (Freq. 180Hz) MID: Level ±16 dB (Freq. 500 Hz) HIGH MID: Level ±16 dB (Freq. 1.4 KHz) HIGH: Level ±16 dB (Freq. 3.8 KHz) EQ2: OLD SCHOOL: Variable LOW PASS From 20KHz to 200Hz MILLERIZER: 5-12 KHz BAND PASS Filter (Level 0 /+10 dB) Outputs: LINE OUT: balanced XLR, max. voltage 20 Vpp EFFECT SEND: unbalanced, max. voltage 20 Vpp (pre-EQ) TUNER OUT: unbalanced, max. voltage 2 Vpp SPEAKER OUT: speakon/1/4" combo Happy to post at buyers expense using ups/insured or can arrange meet up (social distancing ...) in Kent/London areas for coffee and petrol expenses.
  5. I'll take them both need to arrange a pickup so need to sort out a date. Will buy.
  6. 3.9Kg by my scales which is about the same as the squier i have...
  7. The clearout continues... Jazz offset 3TSB body, looks nice some light scratches on back. Generic jazz width neck, rosewood board decent no label tuners. Truss rod works well, action is good, frets are level and seated well. G & L high mass bridge, Jazz bass layout control, rotary dingwall style 6 position tone control. Pickups are traditional output great sounding and for the life of me i cant remeber who they are made by.. Bass plays really well, sounds good with good sustain thanks to the bridge. Great for a starter bass or for rehearsals jams or gigs. It works well but isnt a bank breaker.
  8. My clearout of basses continues: Here is an early Chinese Sub 4. The early ones tend to have better timber in my experience (i have owned a couple) but scary hot pre amps. I personally dont like that, along with the big plate faux old school bridge so have swapped them out giving the bass a more contemporary look . Also added a decent scratchplate. the pre amp is a mojotone two band with presence control, or coil tapping (which i didnt wire it up for). A solder job to the back of the presence control wiring diagrams available on line) I have mated it to a closed top pickup, she sounds good and not so hot as to overdrive the amp (as before...) So effectively its 2 band, with a mid sweep at the moment. Paint is a bone white, completely umarked. Not heavy or too light at 4kg, really nice bass. Happy to Ship or meet up if practicable. Only reason sale is cash flow and storage (13 basses taking up too much space..). Ford sticker is removaable and doesn't hide anything!
  9. NOW £1200 Deep Teal trans with great wood grain (ash) Sr5, Figured maple neck, frets are nice and meaty no wear I can discern. Some dints though nothing massive just a few little knocks around the finish none through to the base wood. Some buckle rash. Superb action, strung with Elixir's and comes with OHSC. Weight: 4.2Kg Comes with the original hard shell Musicman flightcase, all locks work, no cracks. Looking for a cash sale really but if you have a dingwall combustion four or five to trade plus some in cash please get in touch. Will ship expect about an additional £45 for the UK or if practicable can meet up.
  10. This is spooky, just literally bought a FGN 5 stringer yesterday having only heard of them...yesterday. Bloody impressive, get build quality easily equal to Lakland offerings amongst others, can highly recommend. Matsumoko quality GLWTS
  11. Just bought a FGN 5 string . Really impressed with the build quality, nice componentry, great sounding bass. Incidentally none of the FGN demo's on line that i could find were representative of the bas i have... Anyways, think bacchus is made in the same factory, even have the same headstock. Japanese build is as good as anyone and has been for years imho
  12. Either seliing singularly or a pair, brubaker brute 5 string Musicman style closed pickups. Five wire so tapping and serial/parallel switching. £70 for the pair, £40 each In used condition but still very smart.
  13. Parts list Bone white Fender 2010 vintage USA made body (through strung so ‘may’ be Elite or professional series) Lindy Fralin pickups. Bridge pickup rewound by bare knuckle pickups to LF spec. CTS pots and cloth wiring Mighty Mite Fender licensed neck, ebony board with additional fret position marker on upper side. Generic through strung bridge Story: I started this bass about 10 years ago, building it up, and swapping in/out choice parts as they become available. I have had a couple of necks on there and it has never disappointed, great playing bass. In the last couple of year it has been set up with a mighty mite fretless neck. The neck is second (third..maybe fourth who knows..) hand and seen some action, I refinished it in Nitro and it plays really nicely although the truss rod is now quite tight. So not perfect but good to go. Doesn’t affect playability or setup, but pointing it out for clarity. The fret position markers have been added and ar only visible from the top The body is in good overall condition, few dints but nothing major. The Lindy Fralins are classic jazz style (as opposed to super hot). Cavities are shielded etc and there is no discernable 60Hz issues. All in all a lovely instrument Selling at cost of parts price basically (these trying times being what they are …) as a playing fretless, or whip the neck off and go fretted, both would give you a great playing bass.
  14. if the other pm falls through i am interested

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