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  1. Headway EDB-2 in great condition. £140 includes special delivery in the UK. Details from headway here: Twin channel acoustic pre-amp. https://www.headwaymusicaudio.com/product/edb-2/ The EDB-2 boasts Refined Class “A” Inputs and Pro Audio IC Components, easy to read Pro-Audio design layout & sturdy metal housings built to withstand “Life on the Road”. The EDB-2 is supplied with belt clips, rubber feet and is threaded for microphone stands. “The Swiss Army Knife for the gigging musician.” Twin channel with individual inputs & gain controls 5 Band EQ assignable to Channel 1, 2 or both Notch Filter assignable to Channel 1 or 2 Huge 0-32 dB Gain to interface with most mixers/desks etc Phantom Power is assignable to either "ring", "tip", or XLR to power virtually all instrument microphones/pickups. Phase Reverse assignable to each channel Earth Lift Switch "Range" Switch tuned for specific instruments i.e. Violin, Guitar, Bass etc iPod Input for backing tracks, practice routines etc Mute Switch Mono, Stereo & XLR Inputs, Jack and XLR Outputs Battery or Mains powered (power supply included)
  2. Headway EDB-2 in great condition. £140 includes special delivery in the UK. Details from headway here: Twin channel acoustic pre-amp. https://www.headwaymusicaudio.com/product/edb-2/ The EDB-2 boasts Refined Class “A” Inputs and Pro Audio IC Components, easy to read Pro-Audio design layout & sturdy metal housings built to withstand “Life on the Road”. The EDB-2 is supplied with belt clips, rubber feet and is threaded for microphone stands. “The Swiss Army Knife for the gigging musician.” Twin channel with individual inputs & gain controls 5 Band EQ assignable to Channel 1, 2 or both Notch Filter assignable to Channel 1 or 2 Huge 0-32 dB Gain to interface with most mixers/desks etc Phantom Power is assignable to either "ring", "tip", or XLR to power virtually all instrument microphones/pickups. Phase Reverse assignable to each channel Earth Lift Switch "Range" Switch tuned for specific instruments i.e. Violin, Guitar, Bass etc iPod Input for backing tracks, practice routines etc Mute Switch Mono, Stereo & XLR Inputs, Jack and XLR Outputs Battery or Mains powered (power supply included)
  3. @bassfan I'm not but you never know, might hit me with something I 'need'!
  4. @highwayone @bassfan just in case you are still searching!
  5. The legendary Sadowsky onboard Preamp circuit in a pedalboard friendly package... £170 includes special delivery in the UK.
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  7. @bassmayhem we can look into shipping... feel free to drop me a message!
  8. With an impending 6x10, this 8 ohm 115 is a little bit spare at the moment! Pop-out castors and a good padded cover. A few little marks but nothing significant... not heavy and sounds great! I can consider courier-ing it, but it won't be particularly cheap I'd imagine. I'm in Bournemouth but do trek around the southwest a lot.
  9. Damn this thread... have just ordered a set! Will report back 😁
  10. @MikeyMcMikeMike Sold I'm afraid!
  11. A few bits for sale, all including postage, collection from Bournemouth welcome. 3Leaf Wonderlove Envelope Filter £170 SOLD EBS Multicomp £80 Moollon Boost £95 Temple Audio USB (Charging USB devices off Pedal Power) £40 SOLD BAE Hot Fuzz £170 J.Rockett 45.Caliber £150
  12. Having shared some patches with @Phill today I thought it might be nice to have a shared dropbox of Sub Phatty patches if anybody is using one and keen? PM email addresses and we can chuck in stuff we like...
  13. @javi_bassist I Can try... two principles here, one is to make the journey from the input to the DI as short as possible so that when recording it can be as 'pure' a tone as I can get, and the other is to be able to run other instruments in different configurations. So we get the Wireless and Jack Input 1 combined together (both always active), into the input of the wonderlove. The output of the Wonderlove goes to the DI. The Gigrig Switcher is then in the effects loop of the Wonderlove which means that if I turn the wonderloves buffer circuit off then none of it is in the signal path. Usually I'd leave it on, so this means that all the effects are after the envelope trigger but before the actual filter. After the Noble DI there's a switch between all that and the 2nd input jack (which has it's own Radial DI), then the HPF and out to the amp. None of this affects what is going out to front of house, unless the amp is mic'd. It means that synth/double bass can either go in input 1 (therefore using the same DI as the electric bass and also can run through FX), or through input 2 to the radial DI (more control out front, more common!). I also put in a channel switch for the Bassman, although it's unlikely I'm going to find myself using it a whole lot I think. @Higgie cheers man, it's taken a lot of experimentation and trying things out to get to this, and of course I'm already thinking of improvements. The USB is from Temple Audio... I believe these are discontinued now, but I'm hoping to migrate all this back to my Alder & Ash board when it comes back from a service, which has one built in, so I might be able to let it go! Crucial for keeping an old iPad alive on stage for charts, and you also find your pedalboard becomes the hub of people looking to charge their phones... @Kamiel I find myself running sets a lot, and I hate to play with a watch on... so I keep old watches everywhere! Everyone knows Analog sounds better right?
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