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burno70

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  • Birthday 19/11/1970

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  1. I think you're right there. That's about the best we could do - ventilators are a bit spendy though. Yeah one of the lads suggested this - we've decided to get back into it from next weekend. Use Dehumidifiers and wear masks, open the doors between songs and use fans to circulate the air. It's about the best we can do in the circumstance. It's either this or wait out a cure. 🙄
  2. It's only my band's room. No-one else uses it. We're hoping to avoid this scenario as we like our room.
  3. After a hiatus since the lock down the rest of band and myself are all itching to get back into it. I dropped some gear off at our band room in the rehearsal studio this morning and it made me both happy and sad - like seeing an old friend. We're all quite safe when it comes to our everyday dealings, some of us work from home these days, and we are all careful about social distancing and wearing masks which should help to reduce the risks. The issue is that the room has zero ventilation. The windows were boarded up for security reasons and then treated with sound proofing. I've read that there is evidence that Covid is airborne so the lack of movement of air is not great. We were thinking of leaving the room door open and using fans but I'm not sure if our neighboring bands would appreciate that. Moving to another rehearsal studio isn't on the cards at moment. Given the above, do any of my fellow Bass Chatting brethren have any ideas how we can approve the ventilation/minimize the risk further? I have a Skype meeting with the lads later this evening (along with virtual drinks) so any ideas would be most welcome.
  4. Wow! Awesome disco machine!
  5. Bought an Iron Maiden Tab book along with my new bass back in 88. First song was running free. I was chuffed to bits when I learned it and must have played it a hundred times on the spin. Makes me happy thinking back now.
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    Feedback for ToneFree

    Big shout out for Jeff - I sent him the wrong parcel and he offered to send it on straight away, no complaints at all - and refunded a sum I had offered to pay for inconvenience. Credit to Bass Chat! Thanks Jeff.
  7. Can't go wrong with either of them - both nice in different ways.
  8. Love SR's - it's the neck and light weight in particular. Happy NBD!
  9. If I hadn't moved to an all software/pc set up I'd definitely be keeping this.
  10. JDI gone already - that was quick!
  11. Upgraded my laptop and have these going spare if anyone is interested. Price includes postage which will be recorded. Samsung not crucial by the way.
  12. Up for sale is my little used Allen & Heath Zed 10FX mixer. It's well handy this unit, brilliant quality and in mint nick. £170 posted with recorded delivery. Blurb from the website: ZED-10FX is an amazing little desk for small band mixing. It is ultra portable for carrying to the gig, and can be used for recording live or in the studio. It comes with configurable USB audio in/out making it easy to capture stereo recordings. Guitars can be plugged in directly to the mixer using the specially designed high-impedance inputs, while the mixer has two stereo inputs for MP3/CD players or keyboards. Equipped with professional XLR stereo outputs and a flexible monitoring section with headphone and speaker feed outputs. We’ve added a set of fabulous effects to give shimmering reverbs and enhance your sound. Send options: 1) Main Mix Left + Right (Post master Level) 2) Aux + FX bus (Aux is a pre-fade send, FX is a post-fade send) 3) Record Bus Left + Right (Separate stereo bus to Main Mix) Return options: 1) To Playback input (through jack socket break contacts) 2) To Stereo 2 channel (through jack socket break contacts)
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