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  1. Available new here in Sweden: https://tgt11.com/product.html/origin-effects-cali76-tx-l-lim-ed?category_id=9 https://tgt11.com/product.html/origin-effects-cali76-tx-lim-ed?category_id=9 (I got one of these...)
  2. Wow! I remember seeing a Lag bass at the Frankfurt Fair in '84 or '85; it had a very special form at the lower horn, more like a leg rest and no horn. I've tried to find info in these basses ever since. Unfortunately I don't need a four string, otherwise it had been very interesting. Do you perhaps know, or have some info, of the other Lag models, like the one I tried to describe?
  3. One of the older Bongo VI basses...
  4. Today this beauty of a beast moved into the Bass Shelter at the mountain top: a Dingwall Afterburner I five string in the Heavy Solid make. A bit on the heavy side, but not too heavy. The tone? Well, to die/killed/be killed for... All wenge neck and bubinga body...
  5. Christian Olsson - Unicorn Basses - makes magnificent basses; they are top notch, among the best there is out there. https://unicornbass.se/site/ Good luck with the sale, Gabriel!
  6. I have an AccuGroove Tri112L too, that sounds fantastic, but these cabs fill the room in another way. Not just in front of... Well, I stacked some stuff on top of the 12 degree sloping top on the upper cab. No problems at all, no slip sliding away. Signal chain: bass -- Cali76 TX -- Jule Amps Monique -- Vanderkley Spartan -- two Bass Array cabs, one in each power amp for 2 x 8 ohms use.
  7. I got my two Genzler Bass Array 12-3 SLT today, and I am very pleased. They are as good as I expected. The line array works well up to "cable distance". Very good horisontal dispersion, and rather "homogene volume" as long as my cable stretches. I used to own a Bose L1 model " with two subs once; these cabs act a bit the same but sound oh, so much nicer. I did a serious garage sale around new year to get these. No looking back!
  8. I haven't tried that. Yet. Will do. Thank you, Sir!
  9. I had one of these babies a few years ago, the one with Lundahl transforler, the TX-L. Stupidly enough I sold it. I have browsed the second hand market for another one, but all of a sudden Origin Effects released a jubilee limited edition model, so I bought one. This time the TX without L. I kinda like this one too, and this time I keep it... I have yet tried it at home: Bass - Cali76 - Jule Amps Monique - Vanderkley Spartan - AccuGroove Tri112L. It is kinda addictive...
  10. My former Streamline: My first long gone L2 I used to have this: I also had this: ...and this: Now I only have this beauty: Here with a very potent mini gig rig:
  11. Skew basses like Payson and Dingwall demand skew rigs, hence my up and coming setup with two Genzler Bass Array 12-3 SLT (for slant...). I believe they sound as good as they look. Now just three-four weeks wait wait wait... Review will follow. I plan to use them with my Vanderkley Spartan with an Origin Effects Cali76-TX (the big sucker) and the Jule Amps Monique in front.
  12. Had this beauty of an Absinth bass been a five string, I had bought it immediately, as a birthday present to myself on the 29th(!!!) of December. 😄😄😄
  13. You will regret selling this; it goes to eleven...!
  14. Beautiful colour! What is the weight? What does the controls do?
  15. I have always liked the look of these, but never tried one. Fender never publishes specs you like to know. What is the string spacing at the bridge on this one? All my basses except my old Steinberger has 3/4" (19 mm) spacing, even my five string basses...
  16. I cannot see the pic's either...
  17. A really nice bass!!! I had an old L1000 before, so I know what you mean...
  18. What string spacing at the bridge does it have? I had an XL25 that was super super narrow...
  19. Ja, de är lokala snälla killar. Yes, they are local nice guys.
  20. Hej och välkommen, WarrenD! "Tjena" is short for "tjänare" and means servant. Originally something like "I am your humble servant", but it has been degraded to something that sounds like a sneeze. I prefer the allround accepted "Hej!", that means "Hello!". All the best, Roger in Norrköping, Sweden
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