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  1. This post cannot be displayed because it is in a forum which requires at least 1 post to view.
  2. Sold an amp to Paul in an easy straightforward deal. Prompt friendly comms and payment - everything you could ask for really. Thanks again Paul
  3. I believe so yes, I see it (my opinion) as an over cautions statement to spell out what is mis use, to cover again being sued should unpleasant happen?
  4. Barefaced Big Baby T. Very good overall condition, no major dings or dents that I can see. This has done all my gigs over the last 6 months and hasn't missed a beat. Most of the gigs for my band have backline provided so this is a little overkill to have as a stage monitor. £500 collected from Chorley - any demo etc welcome. Not overly keen on shipping this but could be persuaded. Link to spec here: https://barefacedbass.com/product-range/big-baby.htm
  5. Copy and paste from the manual: (10) SPEAKER OUTPUT This ¼” mono jack is provided for connection of an external speaker cabinet. Minimum load impedance is 4 Ohms. Please note that this a BRIDGED amplifier output, meaning the sleeve of the 1/4” jack is driven by an amplifier. Neither the tip nor sleeve of the speaker plug should ever contact ground, or damage could occur! Also, please use only cabinets built with professional-quality bass guitar musical instrument loudspeakers. Be aware that the protection circuitry within the ELF will detect overexcursion events caused by inferior speakers and guitar speakers, which are not meant for bass. The protection circuits will react to these events by momentarily interrupting the sound. If you experience interruptions, it means the speaker is exceeding maximum excursion. As an option, reduce the volume. If this happens repeatedly, ultimately you must change to a professional bass cabinet with adequate suspension and excursion for bass
  6. Lots of variables: How loud is the band, how big is the gig, how efficient is the cab etc etc???? You may be best to research around to see if I would fit your specific circumstances?
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