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  1. Well, I sold this gem too... My back hated it. But it was a d*mn good amp! I realize that big bulky heavy rigs belong to the past. At least for me. My last gig I used two rigs, my Monique/Spartan into Genzler 210 and 115 cabs for electric, and my Genzler 350 with two 110 cabs for my upright. I wasn't allowed to turn the amps up so I could hear myself through my own speakers. My bass was in all monitors on stage. After that gig I decided I'll never ever bring my rigs to that stage anymore. Only pedals and Monique. I have ordered a Quad Cortex too, so maybe I only use that one for electric and upright. Btw, I have sold the big Genzler cabs too, but kept my 112's...
  2. Possible trades/part trades: - Fender AM Original 60s P Bass (rosewood board and the wider nut width), or similar from other builder. No sneak models... - Neural DSP Quad Cortex
  3. I have revised my order for my new five string; it won't be "natural wooden coloured", but a Swedish take on British Racing Green, with some metallic flavour... No creme coloured stripes, though... (I'll try to make some sound clips too with the Orange Wonder when I have the time.. )
  4. Here are some more pictures... The first three are without flash light. The last three (with flash) show the colour more correct. One thing to really think of, is that the truss rod works the other way. Clockwise: loosen - anti clockwise: tighten.
  5. Yep! As Roxette stated: "She's got the look..."
  6. Possible trade/part trade: a nice 5 string bass with wide spacing, or a nice non back breaking 70's Fender Precision with rosewood board, or a 60's reissue Fender Precision... Here are the spec's from the Instrument Certificate: - Set neck, super long scale (=35") - Mahogany body, eye poplar top - Wenge fingerboard - Black binding, Luminlay side dots - Delano SBC6 HE/S pickup set - ETS bridge (19 mm spacing), ETS knobs and Hipshot tuners - Three tone sunburst, matching headstock More pic's to come. Stay tuned! To order the exact bass today would cost 3160€ equivalent to £2639, so I correct the price a bit. £2200 plus shipping!
  7. I got this beauty in a trade, but find I no longer use six string basses. 35" scale, 19 mm spacing. Poplar top, wenge board, Hipshot machines and Darkglass ToneCapsule. Original gigbag. More specs to follow... Can be shipped on buyer's expense.
  8. I've used the bass on two rehearsals, and will do the first gig on Wednesday. It truly is a well sounding bass. It has the same "heft" to the tone as my old Yamaha JP2 when using the bridge pickup. It has the three band Darkglass Tone Capsule with bass, low mid and high mid - no treble. Still it works very well. The bass looks really big, but is in fact rather natty. I like it.
  9. This gem moved in today; I bought it from a friend... Mensinger Joker B6, 35" and 3/4" (19 mm) spacing...
  10. I will. The Aggie is just 200 W RMS, so it is my smallest amp coming to wattage. Still, it pushes the cabinets to move some serious air. I will try it with the band at the rehearsal tomorrow.
  11. My plan was to get a Bergantino Forté HP or a Quad Cortex as my third amp. I have a Genzler Magellan 350, a Vanderkley Spartan and a Jule Amps Monique preamp with a GSS Sumo power amp already. Ooops! Did that make three...? Well, I was out shopping for a fourth amp - not a third. All of a sudden I got the chance to get a super nice Aguilar DB 359 at a more than reasonable price, so I changed my mind. No DSP amp for me! No programmable stuff! Just plain analog old school stuff. I was a bit concerned how the Aggie would work with the Genzler Bass Array cabs; my old Super Bassman and the Bassman 100T sounded crap through them. No problems with this baby brute! Wooly, fat, juicy! The DB 359 is a BIG amp. Really big! But - it sits well on top of the Bass Array 12-3 SLT cabs: no risk sliding off the top cab. A tiny bit of T-factor can be seen... I kind of like it...
  12. My plan was to get a Bergantino Forté HP or a Quad Cortex as my third amp. I have a Genzler Magellan 350, a Vanderkley Spartan and a Jule Amps Monique preamp with a GSS Sumo power amp already. Ooops! Did that make three...? Well, I was out shopping for a fourth amp - not a third. All of a sudden I got the chance to get a super nice Aguilar DB 359 at a more than reasonable price, so I changed my mind. No DSP amp for me! No programmable stuff! Just plain analog old school stuff. I was a bit concerned how the Aggie would work with the Genzler Bass Array cabs; my old Super Bassman and the Bassman 100T sounded crap through them. No problems with this baby brute! Wooly, fat, juicy! The DB 359 is a BIG amp. Really big! But - it sits well on top of the Bass Array 12-3 SLT cabs: no risk sliding off the top cab. A tiny bit of T-factor can be seen... I kind of like it...
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