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  1. Tempting - very tempting ...but i'm on the South Coast = GLWTS x
  2. Fairfield Circuitry in Hull https://fairfieldcircuitry.com.....Hot Rox in Nottingham also sell them
  3. I remember these coming out some years ago and Pino using one
  4. Beautiful - a work of Bass Art
  5. I started playing my Kala U-bass in a band featuring a Violin (amongst other instruments) and when we play Reels, Gigs and Polkas it seems to fit in just right
  6. Thanks very much for all you replies and what you say confirms my thoughts and actions of using angled jacket sockets for my bass/pedal board - both ends - over the past 15-20 years. Its just that I have heard different sides of the angled vs straight jack argument over the years from various local/national fellow musicians in my circle, and as I'm just about to pull the trigger on some 'very' expensive leads wanted to doubley. trippley -etc, etc make sure/confirm about the angled jack question through your opinions/experiences. I have bought several leads from OBBM in the past (all wonderful and great - and still are) before he packed up and moved (I even bought a UV70 Sadowsky from him at his home = wonderful instrument). Many thanks for your replies - its a wonderful site x
  7. I'm just about to buy some new guitar leads and fancied the angled ones as they seem to work better for me. Are there any signal/wear issues that you are aware of which I should bear in mind?
  8. Understand your point....but the point of such forums is also to PASS ON/SHARE information - sure, don't take my word for it as my experiences with I.A obviously differ from yours - check with an experienced guitar luither & research Isopropyl more on line, shops, wherever, my fellow bass friend and you'll be amazed - in my experience it hasn't damaged the plastic on tapewounds for over 4O years that i've being playing Bass guitar - just like Vinegar and WD40, it has many. many uses, esp round the home (after all Gary Moore used WD40 on his metal guitar strings to clean them in the 70s and fellow guitarists thought he was mad, at the time - didn't damage his fingerboards - good luck in enlightenment
  9. Ok - please re-read my post - the word Try is at the beginning and the fact that is used on metal parts to clean parts on guitars and amps for years is a well known - research it more - don't just take my word …… and maybe I should have written it as 'TRY' I also used it on Cassette tape head for years - no issues at all there even with some plastic parts around - research is the key
  10. Try Isopropyl Alcohol wipes - the fluid is used to clean parts on amps and guitars - they do packs of wipes which you can get off ebay - used them for years on Bass Guitar and Double Bass strings -
  11. Back in the day these were the Compressors Bass Players wanted - great in the studio too
  12. Hi Mr Ping - is the amp still available?
  13. love these some much I have two - natural and black
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