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ReeV0

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  1. Sorry I meant just the cost of the bass. Gutted I missed that one on ebay!
  2. I'd pay £680 for a Stingray, seen them go on here for £1000-1500
  3. Ahh ok understood, thanks for explaining. The bass is a genuine Stingray for $800, which aside from the shipping and tax, is a great deal 🤑😁
  4. Jeeez... Yeah, I think I'll avoid it. Even if the bass is a really good price.
  5. I think it would be more than 25%, I just did a quick quote on USPS and shipping alone came to $140
  6. so if I bought it I'd have to pay 20% VAT as well as import duty? I thought I'd just have to pay the import duty?
  7. Hi all, apologies if this is in the wrong section, please move if required. Does anyone have experience in shipping a bass over to from the US to the UK? A TB member has offered me a bass, but would mean shipping from the US to the UK. Any idea how I could estimate shipping costs and import duty tax? Thanks
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  10. Seen an old 1992 Yamaha keyboard come up with a built-in 16-track sequencer! I used to have one back in the day and they were fantastic. Always regretted selling mine. Too bad it's collection only... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/155081563574
  11. I don't think the Zoom tells me the decibel reading, but I have the input manually set on 1 (out of 100) and the recording is still distorted. Also, quieter segments of the song become inaudible and there is no dynamic range. I have fiddled about with the limit/comp features, to no avail. I've ordered an SM57, thought might as well give it a go. I typically place the Zoom in the middle of the room, as the drums and amps are in all the corners.
  12. It's just in a rehearsal room, I try and put the mic as far away from the drums as possible
  13. Hi all, I've been trying to use my Zoom H4n to record my band practice. Unfortunately it does a terrible job and it always just comes out completely distorted. I've tried using auto-level, setting the level manually, using the limit and compressor functions... Nothing helps. The only thing I havent tried is plugging in an external mic. Would using a Shure SM57 help? Is there a better mic? Thanks for any help
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