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  1. That is amazing. A really, really great price too. I’ve been on the lookout for a 6-string version like this but the ones I’ve been offered are either way, way overpriced or bright red …or something else too gnarly for my tastes. GLWTS.
  2. Yes, 2 of these - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Behringer-MX400-Micromix-Noise-Channel/dp/B000KGYAYQ?th=1 It enables me to have samples, etc. plugged in to my board - really useful (for what I do).
  3. It's finished... I think.. who am I kidding... it'll be changed before the week is out!
  4. Very, very nice and not a better basschatter.
  5. SOLD: 2015 Fender Jazz Bass American US Standard in black with rosewood fingerboard.
  6. Eich BC112Pro bass combo black edition with official Eich cover. This 500w Eich BC112Pro, 1x12", lightweight combo costs £1199 at Bass Direct and it is available for less than the price of a new 300w EICH BC112 combo. I am based in Bournemouth and any trial is welcome. If you have any questions, etc. please contact me. The only trade I am looking for is a GSS power amplifier. Eich BC112Pro Features: Extremely lightweight Classic grill cloth High quality ceramic speaker TE12D Switching power supply Poplar plywood housing "Taste" Filter 4-band EQ pre/post "DI out" 4" CT1 cone-driver External Speakon speaker jack Combo Speaker “Off” switch AUX-In Headphone Out EICH BC112Pro Specifications: Model: BC112pro Configuration: 1 x 12" TE12D-8 Preamp: solid state preamp with gain, taste, lo, lo-mid, hi-mid, hi, master volume controls, "mute" switch, DI pre/post, XLR balanced DI out, 1 x effects loop, tuner out, line out, line in Power Amp: Class D amplifier, 500 w / 4 ohms Power supply: switching power supply Tweeter: 4" CT1 cone-driver Freq. Response: 40-19.000 Hz Dimensions: (W x H x D): 44 cm x 45 cm x 35 cm / 17" x 18" x 14" Weight: 14.1 kg / 31.06 lbs The BC112Pro combo is driven by power, punch and drive. With it's 500 Watts you will experience every detail of your playing in a totally new and distinct way – completely unaltered but with lots of punch, just the way you like it. The well-balanced four-band tone control suits all musical styles with a perfect sound. The “TASTE” control allows you to emphasise the tonal characteristics of your instrument – everything between a wiry mid-boost, a bold slap and an ultra-fat Reggae or Motown sound. Jacks for FX loop, Tuner Out, Line Out, Line In and a transformer balanced pre/post switchable DI Out with ground lift lets you connect the BC112Pro to the outside world. The BC112Pro is ideal for travelling around the world due to their voltage switch which allows them to be operated at 230 or 115 volts 50 – 60 Hz. The BC112Pro combo is fitted with our newly designed EICH TE12D-8 12” bass speaker chassis that works in meticulously calibrated enclosures to deliver an impressive bass. For optimum damping of unwanted resonances our housings are made with support bracings and dampened with acoustic foam. The combo features the new 4” CT1 tweeter with a ceramic-magnet system. In a coupled volume the tweeter convinced on one hand with his deep starting frequency, on the other hand, with its very flat frequency response and offers far beyond 10 kHz at astounding sound pressure for silky highs. All combos have an additional Speakon® combo connector for operating an additional cabinet. The internal speaker can be selectively switched off. At the "Rehearsal Section" a headset can be connected at “Phone out” and trough the “AUX-In” a music signal can be fed. The BC112Pro can be tilted in to a monitor position by inserting a stainless steel rod, which is located at the bottom of the combo.
  7. The best preamp available currently in my opinion. Their amplifiers and their Trilobite and Minnow pedals are just outstanding.
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  10. I’ve had just shy of one hundred basses since I started playing when I was fourteen (I’m forty-three now) but have had just one bass for the last five years. Since [email protected] 2015/16, I’ve switched to six-string bass and only had one bass at any time too. I find a six can cover virtually everything.
  11. It's subjective of course but I prefer this to the Noble personally. Amazing sounding and so versatile. Grab a bargain folks!
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  13. Nice little initial view that - thanks for sharing! What do you mean by “preamp re-plugging”?
  14. I was just researching the Ibanez EHB1506MS - I quite like it - for those who have one or have had one, what are your thoughts/experience of it and do you know whether it’d fit into a guitar gig bag? Cheers.
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