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  1. There is no protection scheme in itself, for transactions on BassChat. Its difficult to evaluate reports of others who have had problems on eBay and/or Paypal because we don't know the case details including the perspective from the other side.
  2. Is it due to the dangers associated with getting a tattoo??
  3. TBH, its all been done before. Keith Moon* shortened his life** in pursuit of musical perfection. *and many others. ** and the lives of many musical instruments
  4. They're wheel bolts. A nut has a female threaded portion. A screw, set screw, or bolt has a male threaded portion. On a bolt, there is also an unthreaded portion. On a set screw, the thread is not tapered, while on a screw, the thread is tapered. They all have a head of some kind or other. If its threaded but doesn't have a head, then its a (threaded) rod.
  5. All I can give is my experience in the UK. Maybe its different in Bulgaria or NZ where there are far fewer potential local buyers. If you don't answer the question at all, it doesn't appear to the public on the listing.
  6. Its completely meaningless. In fact, anything that happens in the first 6 days 23 hrs 59 mins of an eBay auction is meaningless. The serious buyers either use sniping software or are active in the dying seconds of the auction. As with any auction, it is the price the SECOND highest bidder is willing to pay, which determines the eventual sale price of something. In all my years selling on eBay, someone who has contacted me before the auction has NEVER gone on to buy/win an item, so bear that in mind with the time & effort you put in to replying to messages.......
  7. Its not justification for owning more instruments, if that's what you're seeking.....
  8. If you want feedback that's another pedal - or turn the amp up really high volume.
  9. I would say, a lot of these kinds of events DO have licences. Schools, church fetes etc would know to obtain a licence because their main premises (the school (hall), the church hall etc) would already have one. It is the venue's responsibility to have a licence, not the performer(s). Unless you are the owner/lessee of the venue, you don't need to worry.
  10. What's interesting is the government has now removed its specific advice on amateur music group rehearsals from its gov.uk website. Not archived, but completely removed the page and now it redirects to a vaguely-related page which has much less info. So we're left on our own to decide what to do re: testing, rules, social distancing, ventilation, one way system, etc This type of issue is going to come up more and more.
  11. small cab - no (it need speaker level input) small combo - yes
  12. I still have it, for sentimental reasons. I have no idea how much its actually worth. I tried to value it but the thread got pulled as a "for sale" thread.
  13. ETA also, have some patience. Even a smooth, clear-cut Paypal claim takes an amount of effort and time to see through.
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