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  1. Ashdown RM420 Rootmaster: [b][s]£225[/s] £200 + postage[/b]
    Warwick ProFet 3.3: [b][s]£110 + postage[/s] TRADED[/b]
    Orange Micro Terror: [b][s]£70 + postage[/s] SOLD[/b]

    Got too many heads at the moment so having a clear out of the ones that don't get used as much. All in good to great condition, Micro Terror has the original box. Warwick had a full service a couple of weeks ago as it had a couple of crackly pots, both the Ashdown and Orange work perfectly. Any questions please don't hesitate to ask, cheers!

    Also got some pedals for sale here if you're interested: [url="http://basschat.co.uk/topic/306414-more-addedprice-drops-foxrox-octron-mxr-m80-di-ehx-bass-big-muff-nano-digitech-bad-monkey-mxr-bass-od-ernie-ball-volume-and-more/"]http://basschat.co.u...olume-and-more/[/url]

  2. [color=#34495E][font=Lato, sans-serif]I've recently (over the past day or two) been having some problems with my MXR DC brick power supply, so I thought I'd check what your guys thoughts are on it. For a bit of background, it's being used to power my bass board which has on it: a Korg Pitchblack tuner, a Crowther Audio Hotcake, a Darkglass VMTD and Super Symmetry and an Aguilar Tonehammer pre. All are running off 9v except the Aguilar which is 18v, and all have a current draw way below what the DC brick puts out.[/font][/color]

    [color=#34495E][font=Lato, sans-serif]Basically, the DC brick has LEDs that light up red to indicate a short. This happened to all 4 points that were plugged in once earlier today, and now every time I turn the DC brick on the short lights briefly light up, turn off, light up again and then turn off permanently, and everything then seems to run normally. I've got 2 questions: first, does anyone know why that might be the case, and second, can the shorting damage the pedals that are connected? The last thing I want to do is damage what is, at the end of the day, a very expensive board![/font][/color]

    [color=#34495E][font=Lato, sans-serif]One other thing, the VMTD has been making some strange background noises when on occasionally, like some reasonably loud white noise. These go away after wiggling the 9v power cable in the input on the pedal. Guessing this is linked too as I haven't heard reports of any darkglass pedals being hugely noisy![/font][/color]

    [color=#34495E][font=Lato, sans-serif]Thanks in advance for any advice/answers you may have![/font][/color]

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