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  1. Lockdown blues... Give it a share for a bit of fun and stay safe everyone. With a big thank you to all of the people involved in the making of this video :0) - Rumblefish Had some great fun filming my contribution to the video with my GB Spitfire.
  2. An interesting take on the 1973 classic Radar Love by those wonderful DCR chaps from down south in Hampshire. Enjoyed playing my P bass on this track which was put together by the Bass Doc and features a vintage p bass pickup by Eternal Guitars.
  3. Purchased a comfort strap from Colin which arrived as described,excellent communication and swift service. Cheers.
  4. A word of warning to all you owners of the Mesa Boogie Subway amplifiers. I have gigged my MB Subway D800 for a couple of years ,enjoying the portability over my MB MPulse 600 for the smaller gigs. Although these amplifiers come with a very good PC style carry case the ease of carrying them in the case leads one to think that the case will protect the amp to transport it when gigging. The controls of my amp were damaged when it was knocked on the main facia plate whilst in the PC style case although there was no noticeable visual damage. The excellent team at Mesa Boogie Westside Distribution in Glasgow did a fine job of repairing the damaged controls. I would suggest that you purchase a small flight case when you are transporting the amplifier just to be on the safe side,lesson learnt the hard way :0(
  5. Attendance & Gear List: 01. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Ander van der End JB5, RBV5, Ampeg V4BH head and matching cabs. 02. Hamster - Tea, Coffee, Pastries, the Wife - might bring a bass! 03. @Frank Blank Rob Allen Mouse, Godin A4, FRFR setup (QSC K12.2 and Fishman preamp). 04. RodFunnell - '78 Stingray, Assorted Warwicks, Vanderkley Spartan, Mesa Prodigy 4:88, Barefaced Big Twin T and it's still a few months away so maybe more! 05. obbm - Sadowsky Metros, Handbox WB100, Bergantino cabs. 06. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro LT, Hamer Impact, Hagstrom Super Swede, Italia Imola GP, Fender FSR PJ, GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 2x12 07. @NancyJohnson Lull JAXT4 & Lull JAX/NRT5, Darkglass A/O Head (will probably be old hat by then), 2xAguilar SL112s. 08. Rumblefish - Rumblefish bass,Wal Bass, MB Mpulse 600,Berg CN212 09. 10.
  6. Basschatters Thx for the feedback regarding the strings for the Gibson EBO. The bass has a very inherent tone which has been described as "muddy" and really suits the blues/jazz genre. Will be trying some flats and some roundwounds to see what works best.
  7. Can any of you BC people advise on what strings you would recommend for a 1968 Gibson EBO bass.
  8. rumblefish


    Bought a P bass from Lawrence,bass was exactly what I was looking for. Met up for a quick bass collection at Guildford Station,great to do business with.
  9. Updated list Interested in attending the Hampshire bash: 1. MacDaddy 2. JimRyan 3. Max Normal 4. Silvia Bluejay 5. Happy Jack 6. Steve Browning 7. Mickeyboro 8. Silverfoxnik 9. BreadBin 10. Rumblefish
  10. I also own an Mpulse 600 with a Berg CN212 but have just bought a Mesa Subway 800 which has been very impressive. For a number of gigs just lately the Mpulse 600 in the flight case has stayed at home just due to the weight factor and basically not wanting to the M pulse out in the rain and snow :0) Interested to hear how your new power amp works out.
  11. Just played this bass this afternoon and it captures the late 70s Jazz Bass sound (my first Fender Jazz was a 1977) and has great sustain when played acoustically.
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