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  1. Hi Folks Just a quick question, is it possible to use this with headphones without it being connected to a cab or will this screw up the amp or worse my ears? Thanks
  2. Do these Sterling’s have an oil/wax finish on the fretboard or is it a satin lacquer? Thanks
  3. Also used to play for Pompey #Legend
  4. lancer

    Combo help

    No, because some venues won’t have pa. At least I don’t think so
  5. lancer

    Combo help

    No, I’m open to any suggestions as I truly am clueless
  6. lancer

    Combo help

    Hi guys Please help I’ve Just joined my first band at the age of 53 😊. I need to buy a gigging combo for pubs, village halls, small function rooms etc. The band plays pop, disco and soul covers and comprises of drums, keys, guitar, vocals and a couple of brass. Im looking for a warm clean combo with enough power to handle the above venues, I mainly play finger style and i’m not a slapper (only at weekends!!) Budget, under £700. Please guide me in the right direction as I haven’t a clue, only played on a 50w amp before!! Thanks in advance
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  8. Hi, no I only have a practice amp for my 4 string so I’m looking to upgrade really.
  9. I went into my local music store today to have a play of some budget 5 strings. I have to say this is not the first time I’ve considered the 5 route. My problem is, when I’ve tried budget 5 strings before the b string in the shop has always sounded lower in volume in comparison to the other strings. Now, when I go to my local shop I’m kind of at the mercy as to what amp they plug it into. Today, I tried 3 sub rays, a squier jazz and a Ibanez but they were plugged in an EBS 500w 2x10 combo. I have to say I just couldn’t believe how great these basses sounded, with the b only slightly week on the Squier. The rays sounded fantastic. I can’t possibly have a 500w 2x10 EBS in my house. My question is what kind of amp for home use, ie wattage and driver size would be good to replicate a good b string sound. My budget will be around £200-£300 for an amp? Thanks guys
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