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Edenburgh

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  • Birthday 08/05/1973

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  1. I stand corrected. Thx.
  2. Industry standard DI pedal which has resided in a flight-cased pedal board. Excellent condition. I'm using a Sansamp diver/DI now so this is now surplus to requirements.
  3. A truly interesting pedal - can use it as a preamp/tone shaper with drive, or as a fuzz pedal or - and this is great fun - unleash the mental-ness of the "RIP" dial. Includes original tin and paperwork (including suggested settings which is useful!) - velcro on the bottom. No trades thanks but happy to post for an extra fiver
  4. Excellent condition, velcro on the bottom. Has spent its life in a flight-cased pedalboard. A recent change to my rig means this is now surplus to requirements. This is the version that is Preamp only (no XLR DI output). Full details from the website here: https://www.sadowsky.com/product/sb2/ Based in Edinburgh but happy to post in UK for an extra fiver
  5. I've owned this from new (Nov 2015) along with an RS210 and RH750 head and it remains completely reliable with no issues. I've recently taken delivery of a Barefaced 212 as a move to a 'one cab" solution, so this has to go (I'm keeping the rs210 for smaller gigs). Includes TC padded cover. These cabs are susceptible to scratching - especially on the bottom due to not having feet. This one is no exception, though I've partly mitigated this by sitting it on an Auralex Gamma isolation pad. Located in Edinburgh.
  6. Aye. Here's another thing bugging me about this : "Master Builder John Cruz has painstakingly recreated this bass in precise detail, as only a Custom Shop Master Builder can..."..."Not only is this limited-edition bass a true-to-the-era replica"....."a lacquer finish to let the body breathe with more tonal resonance" Ummmmm. Late 70s was the era of lashings and lashings of poly as far as I recall.
  7. Wowzer, over two and a half thousand people like the associated FB page. Maybe there's a decent market for this bass after all.
  8. Someone , somewhere is going to turn up to play a gig with this in its case and be like "yeah, it was Phil's bass, you know". For the record, I used to play in a Thin Lizzy tribute act. I went as far as playing a 70s precision but drew the line at a mirrored guard. (In fact a member if this here forum has recently taken ownership of said bass)
  9. I'll just leave this here. All I want to draw attention to is the price. Unless that's a typo with an extra 1 at the start. https://www.guitarguitar.co.uk/product/190716346178003--fender-custom-shop-phil-lynott-precision-bass-master-built-by-j
  10. Met Paul last week for a bass trade. We had a good chat as we checked out our new basses. I'm thrilled with my new bass. Genuine good guy to deal with and hope we cross paths again in the future.
  11. Now traded (within the Basschat community, which is great). Could the admins please close? Many thanks.
  12. Considering any trades? (Specifically, my '77 P which is in these pages)
  13. Now sold, well not sold because it was free, but you know what I mean.
  14. Yes free. I will even pay for the stamp. I had this shim made for my Fender Precision when I fitted a badass bridge as the increase depth of base plate made it necessary. It was handmade to perfectly fit and I presume that means it will fit any 4 bolt standard fender bass neck pocket. About 1-1.5mm thick. Did i mention it is free? Ps, it shows as £1 because the computer said it needed a value greater than zero.
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