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  1. Hey Basschat, Anyone got a couple of right angled George L plugs which are surplus to requirements..? Ta, Rushbo
  2. It's your thread now, songofthewind... I hope you get your issues sorted out - mine was relatively straightforward by comparison.
  3. I bought a cute little compression pedal from Grangur - an easy transaction and delivery speed that makes Amazon Prime look like a very slow thing indeed. Top stuff.
  4. I bought a PedalTrain Novo 18 from John. Could it have been a better transaction? No. No it could not. Buy and sell with confidence. Rushbo x
  5. How odd - if you go to popmatters.com, it's on the first page if you want to persevere.
  6. I write for a US based music and culture based online magazine called PopMatters and the job of writing Neil’s obituary fell to me. It was the hardest thing I've ever had to write. https://www.popmatters.com/neil-peart-2020-tribute-2644669184.html?rebelltitem=1#rebelltitem1
  7. Don't beat yourself up...I am maybe one rung further up the ladder than you, but I still can't wire a plug without looking at a diagram...
  8. Try GuitarGuitar - I just got one for for £7 https://www.guitarguitar.co.uk/product/12011410194688--voodoo-lab-current-doubler-cable?gclid=Cj0KCQiA9dDwBRC9ARIsABbedBP0ZAmP6Y_M9zrZL6CKiuE1-RhUbhMNktQ-c74Bz1qX37UfWaTaonAaAiWpEALw_wcB
  9. That’s the chap- brilliant news. Thanks to the Basschat hive mind from Rushbo and songofthewind.
  10. Good to know- did you use the Y adapter?
  11. Hi BassChat electricity experts. For years I've powered my Zoom B3 from its own dedicated power supply - ie, the plug it came with. I'm expanding my modest board and so I thought I'd get a powerbrick to power it, along with my Smoothound wireless receiver and a Korg tuner. Unfortunately, muggins here didn't read the small print and the Zoom requires 500mA and the brick (an otherwise lovely Harley Benton Powerplant Junior) only supplies 5 x 120mA. This means the Zoom powers on for a second, then goes off when I use the brick. It came with a Y adapter which combines two of the five outputs to a single one - with some trepidation, I tried using that and it seemed to work. I'm reticent to keep it on longer than 30 seconds in case I do irreparable damage to my beloved B3, so my question is... ...will I kill my Zoom B3, if I use the Y adapter from the Powerplant Junior to power it? Please help an electrical numptie...
  12. Another vote for rubber washers here. I've tried a bunch of straplocks and they've all failed or been unsatisfactory to some extent - with the exception of those rubber grommets.
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