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  1. Site Bugs - List them here

    I nitice that searches for G&L come up with nothing.....I suspect there are a few threads lurking out there.
  2. Missing feedback

    Hi, I just spent about 15 mins looking for mine to. Searches for "Pinball" in the forum shows nothing at all.
  3. Bad shoulder - > light bass option

    Ibanez, Bass Collection, Tune and Pedulia would be good brands to look at. My G&L SB2 is nice too. I would also suggest looking at your playing position if your worried about neck dive. Adjusting the strap so that the bass head more upwards rather than horizontal helps with my tendon problems as is really easy to do with a lighter bass.
  4. Too Much Amp For A Noodler?

    I catch your drift Chewie I have a GB Streamliner and 2x12 but use an Ashdown Mibass and 1x15 Ashdown cab in the house and that has loads of oomph. It also saves be carrying my gear in and out of the house. If I was you I would hang onto one of your GB cabs and get a nice 200-350W head that matches it. That way you still have plenty in the tank if you do need it for a gig. Ashdown RM or Gallien & Krueger would be my choices
  5. The next Angry Badgers Gig 11th

    Getting closer Youtube Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXPhW7z2UJ0&t=20s Support: https://www.facebook.com/ChiaroscuroUK/videos/478884139148384/
  6. I'm putting 3 great guitars up for sale as would like to move on two. I bought these for an origonal acoustic project. My thinking was that now was the time to find my perfect guitar. They all play and sound great but the project has fallen though so I need to move on 1. The Simon Patrick (Godin) is a Woodland CW Spruce 3AT. It was bought new. This has never been out of the house and has only had a few hours play. They cost £600+ new. I'll take £400. Bargain! I plays beautifully and sounds great both acoustically and through and amp. It has a beautiful solid Canadian spruce top and cherry back and sides. I fell in love with it in a shop and bought it a week later. https://www.projectmusic.net/simon [attachment=256931:SP5.jpg] [attachment=256932:SP2.jpg] Video here: https://www.youtube....h?v=jTjjjT2U8to 2. A Yamaha (Japan) LL6SB + a fitted Freshman Eclipse VT preamp system. The total new value would be about £900+. I was told that this was the early version with an ebony fret board, It looks like it but I have no way to verify this. I managed to find the following on the internet for the model without the electronics. Thanks to Yamaha’s classic LL modified dreadnought body and the use of premium tonewoods including a Solid Englemann Spruce Top, and Rosewood Back and Sides, the LL6 offers a loud, powerful, well-balanced tone with clear response and excellent projection. Construction features unique to the L-Series include an enlarged neck block for greater stability and better low frequency response, a 3-ply laminated vintage ‘V’ Profile Neck for ultra-comfortable feel. £400 seems a bargain...ooh also it has a name and is called Elaine. [attachment=256927:LL61.jpg] [attachment=256930:LL63.jpg] https://www.youtube....h?v=D4DBwQEuoaI 3. Finally a Takamine EF261SAN for £500. This is a great playing guitar current model japan built guitar with one of the fastest actions I have encountered on an acoustic. It sounds great amplified and is used by many pro musicians. It's quite a compact guitar too. Grab this for around half the price on a new one. Note: I bought this on ebay recently and it was a great buy but unfortunately the neck is just a bit fast and slim for my big bass guitar players fingers. If only I had smaller hands The condition is very good. A couple of small marks on the front and a small hole drilled in the back of the head stock to mount something or other. Here is what Takamine say: EF261S-AN A favorite of both coffeehouse and arena guitarists for its strong and clear midrange, this FXC size model with solid cedar top and mahogany back and sides produces a beautifully warm tone and is the preferred model of Nils Lofgren. Comes with the highly acclaimed CT4B II preamp system with three-band EQ, volume control and built-in tuner. Specifications Top Solid Cedar Back NATO Sides NATO Neck Mahogany Finger Board Rosewood Nut Width (42.5 mm) Electronics CT4B II Finish Gloss Antique Stain FXC Body The FXC is very close to the traditional Grand Concert proportions. Excellent feedback control with a true and warm acoustic tone. Ad ID: 1268645991 https://www.youtube....h?v=Pd4hhrAIRiM [attachment=256925:TEF3.jpg] [attachment=256926:EFT10.jpg]
  7. scrumpymike's (a) Rascal

    [quote name='Andyjr1515' timestamp='1509802909' post='3401758'] So it's YOUR fault!! [/quote] Well I bought a Fender 6 string/Baratone instead, which went back to the seller as it had action issues. There is a good scrumpy mike bass in this I can feel it in my bones.
  8. scrumpymike's (a) Rascal

    Having thought long and hart about buying his Rascal I watch with interest
  9. Your Dream Bass.?

    I have mine already. Fretless Stingray 5 and Ibanez BTB1805
  10. G&L L1505 SOLD

    Sold Elsewhere
  11. Ibanez SRF700 Portamento

    I tried one of these in a store a while back...very impressive...have a bump
  12. Beautifully played, thanks for posting. Real cross genre stuff too, sort of prog or math rock..whatever it sounds great
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