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  1. Every year at least I refurbish an oak grave marker. For the last two years I've weighed it on some accurate digital scales and leave it on top of a radiator. Then I take a daily note of the weight. When the weight stays the same for a few days I then sand and treat it with tung oil. I found this takes the guesswork out of knowing if it is time to start sanding. Don't know if this is helps or how you could weigh a big piece of birch, but good luck with it . It is astonishing how much water will be lost in a week or so
  2. In all of these questions-questions type questions It's always question 10 that stumps me
  3. seller ....... J Harrison...... name rings a bell
  4. I am now a supporting member My chest is puffed out with pride and my nose is inclined upwards Thanks everybody esp. Ped and the rest of the crew for this fab site
  5. Can one of you lovelies explain how to become a supporting member ? I no longer appear in the Recently Browsing thingie just below here, since the site revamp, but i can still contribute utter garbage in a thread, much to everybody's delight ☹️ Are you trying to tell me something? Or do I not exist 💔
  6. Found this method of temporarily fixing a dodgy nut worked well.
  7. Looks like the second version of the Ibanez Blazer with the P bass style pickup on this video. Anybody got a transcription of There It Is ? Pretty please xxx 😚
  8. Anybody know if it is possible to wire two 9V batteries together to get 18v. Don't want to buy another power supply if there is a suitable bodge !
  9. There are five days left on this so called auction which started at £400. Here it is again... eBay item number:164836123964 Can't wait to see at what figure the bidder below * drops out and the other magic shill boy does likewise. At which point some lucky eBayer will stand a very good chance of winning a totally unique bitsa. * private listing - bidder identity protected £820.00 28 Apr 2021 at 11:30:09am BST After all - using a private listing is a completely acceptable way of setting a minimum price and it's so much fun. Why would you not involve your friends? Or maybe both boys(completely unknown to each other - of course) have been just a tadge greedy and it will end up for auction yet again. Anybody asked how much it weighs ? Or if it stinks?
  10. A Mexican neck with matching screw holes to fit that body was sold on Ebay on March 27th for £191.91. eBay item number: 164764549981 Same seller and still visible in his 100% !! feedback. ????
  11. Bought an EHX Soul Food from Steve, very quick delivery, very friendly Basschatter. Thanks Steve
  12. Bought a Palmer Pocket Bass from Alex in mint condition with boxes and instructions - Alex looks after his gear and deserves his great reputation on this site, as shown in all the preceding feedback. Thanks
  13. I'll take the Palmer Bass Pocket Amp if it is still available Can you PM me thanks
  14. Free Drum Enhancer VST https://cymatics.fm/pages/diablo-lite Unusually this installed on Live 9 seamlessly Somehow I managed to not bu gger this up !
  15. Thanks for posting this Ricky What a lovely family having so much fun playing music together
  16. Bought a Bitsa parts job lot from Claire Arrived really quickly and great comms Top Basschatter thanks Claire
  17. Dear PPP I'll take them Can you pm me your payment details - can do paypal - bank transfer whatever suits cheers
  18. This sounds like a problem that everybody that owns an electric bass/guitar /mandolin! etc. will eventually encounter. The typical output jack is an ancient design that works very well until it err... starts to fail !! As a first step to fix your problem and before you start changing any components I would try this ... Remove all the screws on the outer edge of the scratchplate (not the pickup screws).. Loosen the strings or even take them off the tuners, be careful if you want to put the same strings back on Carefully lift up the scratchplate Now look at the output jack The long springy part with a "V" shape should make good contact with the tip of the jackplug when plugged in Try bending that springy part of the output jack in towards the centre of the output jack so it has a stronger physical contact with your guitar lead. Try inserting the lead and see if it now has a more positive connection That will probably cure it Might be worth cleaning the tip of the V shaped bit with some sandpaper or something similar to remove any corrosion
  19. Only have Chordpulse installed now so can't help much with the 4 Chord Songs freebie version Sounds like you have found it has a limited chord selection for you ? Give the full Chordpulse free 14 day trial a whirl .... got nothing to lose?
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