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  1. It certainly is! I wouldn't sell it in an ideal world but we could use the cash at the moment!
  2. I actually will be in Andorra This winter so if you fancy a drive down and it hasn't already sold we might be able to make something work. PM me if you're interested
  3. Dang, that's a real shame! Well... At least I learned something today 😅
  4. I have no experience with this so I'm liable to be totally wrong but I don't think VAT is payable on the goods since this is a private sale and I'm not a VAT registered business.
  5. Yes, this is strung B-C. No issues with the low B whatsoever. It sounds and feels great
  6. Up for sale is this beautiful short scale (33") Shuker singlecut 6 string. Bought here earlier this year to see if the 33" scale was right for me, it definitely is! I've had an amazing time with this bass but I have a custom Zon on the way now and we're going away for the winter so could do with raising some cash. Can be seen / played in Central Bristol. Can travel within a reasonable distance to deliver. Any questions at all please do ask Specs: - white ash body - squareish front edge (to mimic old slab style bodies) - forearm contour, rear rib carve and rear edge rounded to 1/2" - dark amboina burr drop top - individual bridge rail units - 17mm spacing - black hardware - 2 X EMG 45DC - neck and bridge - upgraded 3-band EMG preamp with mid freq sweep - satin topcoat - 33" scale - 24 frets - medium frets - 5 piece maple/wenge neck - 20.5mm deep at 1st fret, 22mm at 12th, gentle slim C profile - plain rosewood board - 20" radius - marching dark amboina burr headstock veneer - gotoh gb707 tuners - 57mm nut - carbon fibre neck reinforcement - MOP side dots - two way truss rod - brass nut - satin finish
  7. Thanks so much! Yea, it really does sound great and it's insanely versatile. So many usable sounds to be explored with the EQ.
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  9. Thanks! I thought it looked fairly big. I know it was unlikely but if it were a 33" scale I'd have sold a kidney 😅 Best of luck with the sale!
  10. Bump for an unbelievably beautiful bass. What's the scale length / string spacing?
  11. Could really do with moving this on hence a PRICE DROP to £700 Bought this from new in June last year. It looks and sounds great and has tonnes of versatility. Unfortunately though my hands are just too small for the 35" scale and it's not getting the love it deserves. The finish really is quite impressive in the flesh and it's been incredibly well cared for. Specs (from https://www.yamahamusiclondon.com/TRB-1006J-6-String-Bass-Guitar-Natural/pidGTRB1006JNT) General Construction: Bolt-on Scale Length: 35" (889.0mm) Body Finish: Gloss Polyurethane Neck Materials: Maple / Mahogany (or Nato) 5-Piece Neck Finish: Satin Polyurethane Fingerboard Materials: Rosewood Fingerboard Radius: 40" (1000 mm) Fret wire: Medium Number of frets: 24 Nut materials: Bone Width @ 0 Fret / 12th Fret: 50.0 / 73.6 mm Thickness @ 1st Fret / 12th Fret: 20.0 / 24.0 mm Neck Pickup: Humcanceled Single Coil / Alnico V Middle Pickup: - Bridge Pickup: Humcanceled Single Coil / Alnico V Controls: Master Volume, Pickup Balancer, 3-Band EQ(Bass, Middle, Treble) Pickup Switch: - Bridge: Solid Brass String spacing: 17mm Tailpiece: - Tuning Machines: Die-cast Pickguard: - String gauge: D'Addario EXL170-6SL /0.032-0.130 Super Long (6 strings) Case/Bag: not included Based in Bristol, cash on collection would be preferred but I would be open to considering shipping. Any questions please do ask!
  12. Wow really? How short are we talking? Is it another shuker 6? I'm really getting curious about shorter scales. My wrist is not having an easy time with bigger stretches.
  13. Lovely looking bass! I've been considering a 33" 6 string for a while. My Yamaha is a 35" and sometimes I wish it were a little easier to play. Do you find the low B loses much with the shorter scale?
  14. Hi all, I'm completely new to modelling and effects in general so please excuse the dumb questions. I'm really interested in getting a HX stomp to use with Janek Gwizdalas presets as well as to experiment with other effects. I was looking at the XL as it seems like the controls are a bit more friendly. The few questions I have are: 1) Does anyone know how many blocks the Janek presets use? My hope is that I could stick an amp model in there and replace my amp for home practice. 2) I haven't been able to find much information about an on board looper (other than that it's possible). Would I be able to have easy access to the looping functionality whilst using the Janek presets? 3) Would I be able to use all of this in conjunction? The looper, janek presets and amp modelling? The idea is that it would serve as a single bit of kit that I can use for home practice with headphones or studio monitors. Wondering if I might need to upgrade to the LT? I'd much rather use the stomp XL for the smaller form factor if possible. Thanks so much for any help, it's much appreciated!
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