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  2. Hi Shrink. Yes, I just saw the post. Unfortunately I'm already working on the 24th, 31st & 7th. If I can help on any of the other nights though, let me know. Alex.
  3. Yes, it's probably a bit big for mounting on a board.
  4. I have no need for the battery pack, and yes it is expensive. I'm really impressed with the quality of both the amp & combo so far. They both get used all the time. I'll probably get the extension speaker at some point to unlock the full 200W. A friend of mine plugged his guitar & Helix into my 06B400 bass amp and it sounded wonderful. Loud too. Before I got the GSS bass combo my practise cab at home was my trusty Bergantino HD112. I did an A/B test with the GSS combo and the Berg/Baby Sumo, and I could hardly tell the difference in sound quality & tone. Of course, the GSS can only go so loud as it's only using one of its two 100W amplifiers, but at equal volume levels it was stunning.
  5. I recently bought the Baby Sumo (600W) and it's small, light and powerful. And it fits in a backpack so I can get the bus/tube to gigs in central London. Worth every penny. I also got their 06B400 mini amp for home practise and for something small to use with my upright, it's awesome too, the low end from this is unreal!
  6. Hi Shrink, Thanks for the shout, but I'm already working both of those nights. Sorry I can't help this time. All the best, Alex.
  7. I just bought a scratch plate from Paul. It was really well packed, and posted as soon as I'd paid him. No drama, another great BC transaction. Thanks Paul.
  8. I've just upgraded to a CS6. I also bought a T-Rex current doubler, which is installed and working just fine. I have seen it mentioned on a couple of FB groups that people have run a Stomp on a single 500mA CS6 output. I tried it and it seems to work ok, but I'll stick with my current doubler so there's no chance of any power issues mid gig.
  9. Hi, Yes, it's still available if you want it. Alex.
  10. Here's a Simple Pitch block from one of my presets. Just drop it into any one of your own. You'll need to alter the Interval parameter (the 1st one) for the required drop tuning. The lower you go, you'll feel the latency increase slightly, but overall it's a great tool to get those low notes. SIMPLE PITCH.hlx
  11. I just sold some gear to Mark. He was easy to deal with from start to finish. Recommended. Thanks Mark.
  12. FOR SALE - Epiphone Dot 335 Sunburst with Lollar Imperial humbuckers, immaculate hard case and locking tuners for only £50 more than the the price of the pickups alone. The guitar was built in the Samick Plant, Korea in July 2001, before production was moved to Indonesia and China. This guitar has since been upgraded to an incredibly high spec. With the Lollar Imperials it sounds as good as any 335 out there, and the addition of the Sperzel locking tuners ensures no drifting in pitch. All in all, a professional quality instrument at the fraction of the cost of a Gibson. Auditions are welcome. Collection preferred. Epiphone 335 dot sunburst £290 Set of locking Sperzel tuners £ 80 Epiphone Hard Case £100 Lollar Imperial PU's set £330 TOTAL COST £800 I'M OPEN TO SENSIBLE OFFERS. SALE ONLY, NO TRADES.
  13. I just sold John some gear. He's easy to deal with, another no-stress transaction here on BC. Recommended. Thanks John.
  14. Something like a dual momentary footswitch will do it. Bright Onions Pedals stuff is well built and very reasonably priced. Make sure you have a TRS (stereo) cable too. http://www.brightonion.co.uk/dual-2/
  15. Try this one too. It's a basic Flip Top, Octave & Filter preset. The EQ block isn't doing set up to do anything here, although I use an external switch to do stuff with it in my Stomp. Foot switches do the following: FS1 - Octave On/Off FS2 - Filter On/Off FS3 - Octave Tone (mid-focused octave/deeper OC2 type ) *Also, the filter and octave are in parallel. B15-OCT_QTR.hlx
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