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  • Birthday 07/05/1979

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  1. Hey folks, I have a Mark Bass 1 x 15 (151 HR) bass cab for sale. Has not been used for a year or two, so I'd like it to go to a new owner who will gig it. Italian made, NOT their cheapo far east range. Very light due to neo speakers, 400 W at 8ohm. Low end for days, lovely smooth Mark Bass tone. Looking for £300 (price is firm) collected from central York. Comes with Roqsolid cover, no dings, excellent condition.
  2. Played in a band with Nath many moons ago. Both the head and cab sound absolutely great. Would pair really well with a passive P or J bass.
  3. [quote name='Lozz196' timestamp='1426445942' post='2718141'] From those listed, I`ve had DiMarzio Model P, [b]Hot Rod (ex Wizard) Thumper,[/b] Seymour Duncan QP, and Fender Original. Impressions as below: [/quote] This is good to know, I had no idea that someone had picked up the torche from Andy and was still making his pickups. I have a Wizard P/J set (BIG) in my Tanglewater that I was very impressed with, especially for the price. Fat warm and punchy tone. Cool to know you can still get them after Andy retired!
  4. Cool. Thanks. The heaviest set of roundwond steels that Overwater do are: .044 .064 .084 .104 I noted Overwater do flats in 0.45 - .105, they might be worth a shot. Although I've never tried flats. Their strings are very reasonably priced and have served me well in the past. Bu yeah, may just go with another brand of 0.45s.
  5. Currently I'm using Overwater strings, just their light guage strings: .038 .058 .078 .098
  6. Hey all. The guitarist in my current band is now tuning a whole step down. What string gauge would you recommend for tuning a step down? (D G C F). 050 -.110? The material we play is quite intricate and complex, so I am slightly unsure about telephone line thickness strings, but I do want a tight (minimum rattle sound).
  7. Very tempted! Tried the Sandberg Elektra VS4 last time I was at Bass Direct. Really nice instrument with buttery tone. I didn't have the gall to try this model as I was afraid of being tempted to buy!
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  9. I have the Vintage and it's my only 'always on' pedal. Love the tone it gives me, really warm and the blend function makes is very useable without losing bottom end. It gives me a really nice hint of dirt without destroying my tone. I also run a Big Muff Clone after it if I want ridiculous over the top fuzz. Works well, although I really need to get a paralooper so I can blend my clean signal with the Muff. I got my Microtubes Vintage on the Talk Bass forums second hand, and paid about 1/2 the going rate over here. The seller was kind enough to doctor the customs declaration so I didn't get hit with tax.
  10. [quote name='molan' timestamp='1398893027' post='2438855'] I've got a Diago Commuter that works well. I recently downsized to a really small board so don't need it any more. If you decide to go for a Diago then zap me a message and you can have first shout before I stick it up for sale [/quote] PM'd
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  12. Can anyone recommend me a portable(ish) pedal board. I’m after something compact yet sturdy. I’ll be running around 5 pedals (boss tuner, Darkglass microtubes vintage, home made Bif Muff Clone and a Fulltone Bass Drive). Power supply will like be the Diago daisy chain one, not a brick style power source. I was think of maybe the Diago Traveller. Any opinions on that? Other options welcome…
  13. bisonkills

    Timo

    Bought a Mark Bass 151HR cab. Smooth deal, great guy, good comms.
  14. [quote name='mcarp555' timestamp='1396133207' post='2410373'] Tight, clean. The prog rock & jazz elements are certainly there. Not the kind of genre I normally listen to, but it seems well played and produced. Hopefully it does well for you! [/quote] Cheers! More to follow soon!
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