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Chezz55

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  • Birthday 10/08/1952

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  1. To date I've had 4 basses delivered by UPS and in each case there has been no problem and no damage. I've also sent 3 basses by UPS and in each case the buyer has confirmed on-time delivery and no damage to the instruments. Having said that, I will be thinking long and hard before the next courier transaction. Chris BTW - and slightly away from the main topic, I just found this little article about a potential 'Delivery Theft' by another courier company - except this one was captured on a door-bell camera ! ! ! Follow the link below and try to ignore the adverts Doorbell camera captures delivery theft
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    Feedback for TOM1946

    Thanks to Tom, I'm now the proud owner of a rather lovely Antigua Fender P-Bass (a long-standing ambition now fulfilled). No fuss, no dramas - just a seamless transaction with great communication and very quick delivery. A pleasure doing business with you Tom. Take it easy and best wishes. Chris
  3. PM on its way in a few minutes
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    RIP Aretha Franklin

    Way way back around 1967/8, I was working in one of the coffee bars at Butlins, Clacton-on-Sea. There was a bright red Wurlitzer juke-box full of great songs, including R.E.S.P.E.C.T. which was played almost continually (along with Tramp by Otis Redding & Carla Thomas). Happy days. R.I.P. Aretha Franklin - Thankyou for giving so much musical pleasure to so many people.
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    Feedback for: Thornybank

    A pleasure to do business with. Very nice Cherry Red Epiphone Dot now resident with me courtesy of Chris (aka Thornybank). Great communications, smooth and easy transaction, well packaged and delivered on time. Thanks Chris (aka Chezz55)
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    Latest 'Yes' live album

    My selections of the 'classic Yes line-up' . On Record - The first album "YES" line-up of Anderson, Bruford, Squire, Kaye, Banks. The cover versions of 'Every Little Thing' and 'I See You' are outstanding and have been essential listening since I first heard them in 1969. Live - The "YES ALBUM" line-up of Anderson, Bruford, Squire, Kaye, Howe. Saw them at Colchester Corn Exchange in 1970 and the Royal Albert Hall in 1971 (supporting Iron Butterfly). Stunning live performances both times. Guilty Pleasure - The " 90125" line-up of Anderson, White, Squire, Kaye, Rabin. Just for 'Owner Of A Lonely Heart' - which I consider one the best introductions in the world - ever. Chris
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    Bassists you like who aren't your normal cuppa char

    My usual music is Classic Rock but I agree 100% with John Taylor (Duran Duran and Power Station) and Mark O'Toole (Frankie Goes To Hollywood) I also have a great deal of respect for Steve Priest from Sweet and Nick Beggs from Kajajgoogoo. Chris
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    Jon Hiseman RIP

    Sorry to hear this. Check out 'Colosseum Live' - it's an excellent live set from Jon Hiseman (Drums) , Mark Clarke (Bass), Dave Greenslade (Keys & Vibes), Richard Heckstall-Smith (Saxes), Dave 'Clem' Clempson (Guitar) and Chris Farlowe (Vox) - a great double album. R.I.P.
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    Songs you absolutely hate

    Songs I do not like playing include 'Rockin In The Free World' and 'Zombie'. There's probably more but they are massively out-numbered by songs that I do enjoy playing - including 'Alright Now' and 'Mustang Sally'. There's only one song that i refuse to play, and I will leave the room if I hear it and that is ....... 'American Pie' by Don McClean. Chris
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    Jeff Beck doc BBC4 2100 and 0125

    Just watched this - it's been a long long time since a tv programme has held my undivided attention from start to finish. Always liked Jeff Beck's playing and the programme opened my eyes (and ears) to several phases that I missed. Thanks to the OP for the heads-up. Chris
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    Seller's Remorse

    Only one bit of seller's remorse here Fender Precision sunburst/maple/tortoise shell - bought brand new from Guitar Village in Shaftesbury Avenue, London in October 1973 (and I have still got the receipt). Sold in January 1978, to a music shop in Colchester (Oasis Music if i remember correctly). Big big mistake - but needs must when the devil (the bank manager at the time) drives. Chris
  12. Cheers - please check your PMs and reply with relevant details. Take it easy. Chris
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    I stole this from No Treble.

    Appreciate the skills and techniques but something missing - soul/feeling/emotion ? ? Chris
  14. Sorry for the delay - PM on it's way in 5 minutes.
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    Feedback for Normski

    My trusty old Warwick 4U rackbag is now is Norm's safe hands (courtesy of UPS). First class communications and a pleasure dealing with you Norm - hope the bag serves you well. Take it easy. Chris
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