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bagsieblue

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  1. Retrovibe Stinger ’77 Pre Amp. Stingray Clone £70 posted Mainland UK. New and unused. This circuit is based on the classic 2-band EQ circuit fitted to the original pre-Ernie Ball Musicman Stingray basses. It is powered by a 9V battery (not supplied) and all components you need are wired up and ready to go. Just connect your pickup and you are away. The controls are Volume, Treble cut/boost and Bass boost as per the original. All pots are pre-wired as is the jack socket which also acts as a switch to turn the pre-amp off when no cable is connected – just like the original.
  2. Peavey Leather Effect Gig Bag. I'm fairly sure it's not leather.... A few minor marks from use. Nicely padded. £40 posted Mainland uk
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  4. Spector Euro 4LX in black trans finish, with some nice redish brownish accents which I have tried to capture in the photographs. Dates from 2012, so still in great shape given the age. £1350 shipped Mainland UK in flight case shown in photographs. No trades. Weight is 4.138kg Fitted with Tonerider P and J pickups. I tried many different pickup combinations in this bass as a different flavour to normal Spector EMGs and these Toneriders are by far my favourite. Note the covers are loose on these pickups so you could change to solid black pickup covers for a more traditional, sleeker look. Great overall condition, just a few minor rings as shown in photos, small scar on back of bass, some blemishing on the top of the 3rd fret area, some blemishing in the 13th fret. All fairly minor in my view and shown in photos.
  5. EMG BQC Pre Amp. Will be removed from bass upon sale. You will need to connect from your pickup wires and then to the jack socket wires. The wiring between the pots will be included. £110 posted Mainland UK. Link to EMG Page here: https://www.emgpickups.com/bqcsystem.html Basic Spec is: Active balance, master volume and 3-band EQ with control bass Semi-parametric mids and highs over 2 concentric / stacked potentiometers Center locking for neutral setting Adjustable mid frequency range from 100 Hz to 1 kHz
  6. Markbass TTE 801 - £525 shipped Mainland UK Great overall condition, lightweight at 6.4Kg Markbass Page here: http://www.markbass.it/product-detail/tte-801/ Some of the key blurb: The Markbass TTE 801 Guitar Amplifier Head is a guitar amplifier head, that is a Randy Jackson signature model, featuring an 800W power output, a 3-band passive EQ, and modern vintage design. The TTE 801 Randy Jackson signature is the amp of choice for those who want a warm vintage tone with stadium-rocking power. The TTE 801's vintage vibe was carefully engineered with features such as an classic-style tube preamp, a tube compressor, a simple 3-band passive EQ section, a “Colour” filter (a tube adaptation of the famous Markbass VLE control), but gets amplified by a potent 800W power amp that features an innovative Tube Technology Emulator, giving even more tubey warmth. Current technology is brought together with classic tone concepts in a head that looks and sounds vintage. The main features of the Markbass TTE 801 Bass Guitar Amplifier Head include: Preamp: Tube; 3x ECC83 + 1x ECC81 (Compressor) Power Amp: TTE (Tube Technology Emulator) Power: 800W RMS @ 4 Ohms / 500W RMS @ 8 Ohms EQ (Passive): Bass, Middle, High Controls: Compressor, Colour (Tube-Driven VLE) Line Out: Balanced XLR Speaker Out: 2x Speakon/1/4" Combo Power Requirement: 100/120V; 230V; 240V - 50/60Hz Dimensions: 480 x 260 x 200 mm Weight: 6.4 kg
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  8. Chorley, Lancashire. Can ship in a sturdy metal flight case, similar to this....
  9. Probably right, it came to me like this and works fine so left as is as was easier to mount and swap between basses. Think of it as a freebie.
  10. Nice bass - looks great with the scratchplate
  11. OLP Stingray Ernie Ball Music Man Bass = £175 shipped Mainland UK. No Trades OLP (Official Licenced Product) Stingray 4-String Bass Guitar, Ernie Ball MusicMan I believe these basses are now approx 20 years old. Looks to have been refinished on the body and the matching headstock - looks ok but by no means a pro job. Note the ill fitting tort pickguard. Lots of dings and dents on the body, the neck itself is reasonably clean with just a few minor scars, see photos for further information on condition. One of the fret inlays looks to be coloured in too, see photo. The worst of the marks on the back of the bass. Plays with a nice low action, and a pretty decent bass for the money and a great platform to mod towards a full blown Stingray if you wanted to.
  12. Sandberg California VT5 in great condition. £1100 shipped Mainland UK - No Trades Please see photographs, in great condition for a bass that is circa 10 years old. Zebra, yellow-neon, one-of-a-kind custom ordered finish. 34" scale. Ebony (also a custom option) fingerboard, ash body, maple neck. Delano pickups, active/passive mode, black hardware. Original soft case (Sandberg) also included. Dates from around 2013.
  13. Gallien Krueger Legacy 500 - £425 shipped mainland UK. Gallien Krueger Legacy 500 - Used but still in great condition. There are some minor scuffs as I've tried to show in the photos. Comes with the footswitch and manual. Here's what Gallien Krueger say about the Legacy: The Legacy Series represents fifty years of design, innovation and industry experience at Gallien-Krueger. Bob Gallien remains at the helm of the company, still working in the lab daily, as he did in the beginning, to create the best sounding, most versatile, and reliable professional bass gear available.Because the Legacy Series shares the same designer as the 800RB, it shares the same DNA and the same level of innovation, with a more evolved feature set and construction concept. The introduction of the 800RB in 1980 cemented Gallien-Krueger as a leader in Solid State bass amplification, with its signature growl, clarity, power, and features that were ahead of its time. The new Legacy Series of heads captures that same aesthetic while adding something all its own. From clean, clear, biting tones, to saturated overdrive, the Legacy series has it all. Coming in 500, 800, and 1200 watt class D models, The Legacy Heads are ready for the biggest stages, the smallest living rooms, and everything in between. To improve performance and reliability, the Legacy Series uses a unique interconnection system that eliminates problems that can develop over time from constant vibration and temperature extremes that gear is subjected to with heavy use. Using circuitboards with gold plated connectors, rather than cables with standard tin connectors, this type of construction delivers a more pure, reliable sound. Features include GK's classic 4 band EQ, Overdrive complete with tone shaping, additional voicing filters such as "Bump", "Contour", and "Presence", Balanced DI with Pre and Post EQ, an Effects Loop, Aux and Headphone connections, and Load capacity selection, to deliver optimum power into 2, 2.7, 4 and 8ohm cabinet configurations. Specifications Four band active EQ Foot Switchable Overdrive with Tone Control (Footswitch Included) "Bump", "Contour", and "Presence" Voicing Filters Balanced XLR Output with Pre and Post EQ Unbalanced ¼” Send and Return Aux Input and Headphones Output Twist Lock Speaker Outputs 2, 2.7, 4 and 8ohm Load Capacity 11.5” Width x 11” Depth x 2 3/8” Height
  14. Yes, so many variables. There are Mesa amps I like (Walkabout, Pulse). There are Class D amps I like (GK Fusion, Legacy). Mesa Subway, I did not like, I tried 2 as I had a niggling thought the first was faulty. Not the case, the best way I can describe in a band setting is gutless. I have approx 30 years of gigging experience and know how to eq a bass sound and a band.
  15. Yes, the universal praise really surprises me.
  16. I 100 per cent agree with this, and said so in the worst amp thread sometime ago. I found the Subway D800 to be completely gutless, a terrible, terrible bass amp.
  17. 4.437 Kg on my digital kitchen scales.
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