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    I tend to always use interparcel.com but I've used transglobalexpress.co.uk and parcel2go.com too. I've had two problems before and interparcel.com have always sorted everything out and their communication has been great in my personal experience. They have instant chat too which I think is very useful.
  2. Rich bought a strap from me. Instantaneous payment, great communication and completely hassle free. Thanks a lot Rich.
  3. The TC Electronic Flashback Delay is quite nifty Mini model - nice and small. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TC-Electronic-Flashback-Mini-Delay-Guitar-Effects-Pedal/184478710288?hash=item2af3c9ba10%3Ag%3AU0UAAOSwkydffcOC&LH_BIN=1 Alternatively, the regular one with more features. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TC-Electronic-Flashback-Delay-and-Looper-Pedal-Used-Excellent-Condition/184492253474?hash=item2af4986122%3Ag%3A75cAAOSw2NxfixZg&LH_BIN=1
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    Sold a pick guard to Ian - super fast payment and completely straight forward deal. Thanks mate.
  5. Jeff bought a tuner from me - instant payment and ultra easy going. I hope to deal with him again.
  6. Goran bought an amplifier from me. Instant payment and an easy guy to work with.
  7. They are expensive but the upgrades are pretty decent in my opinion - that said, if you've already got a P and/or J that you're really happy with, these are probably not worth going for. But I am happy to see tortoiseshell back on the 3-color Sunburst and Olympic White basses.
  8. Fender Fatfinger Chrome Sustain Enhancer. SOLD
  9. Fender American Pickguard for Jazz Bass, USA J-Bass Scratchplate, 3-Ply Black - SOLD
  10. That is absolutely stunning and good value considering the superb spec and incredible workmanship. Somebody is going to be getting a really special bass.
  11. Darkglass, Aguilar, etc. must be capable of building their amplifiers without a fan but I suppose that the market/expense just doesn't justify the hassle. With a fan: Darkglass Microtubes 900V2 (900w): 255 x 267 x 70 mm Aguilar TH700 (700w): 305 x 229 x 76 mm Without a fan: Phil Jones BP-800 (800w): 317 x 190 x 63 mm Acoustic Image Clarus SL (600w): 188 x 183 x 53 mm
  12. I think it's pretty weird that fans are used/needed nowadays. I acknowledge that not everyone cares about fan noise but I know plenty of other folks do care about it - I use the same amplifier for practice as I do for performing live so at lower volumes, a fan kicking in really irritates me. If Phil Jones, Acoustic Image and others can build a small, lightweight, class D amplifier without a fan, I wonder why Aguilar, Darkglass, etc. can't or won't do it ...I really fancy a Darkglass Microtubes 900 but the fan means I won't get one.
  13. Trickfish Bullhead 1K amplifier - SOLD 2019 Trickfish Bullhead 1K amplifier in brand new condition. These are £1199 new from Bass Direct or The Bass Gallery - https://www.bassdirect.co.uk/bass_guitar_specialists/Trickfish_Amplifiers.html / https://thebassgallery.com/products/trickfish-bullhead-1k It'd be preferable if any prospective buyer was able to come and play it using their own bass, etc. but I will ship it if necessary. I am based in Bournemouth, Dorset. My feedback - https://www.basschat.co.uk/topic/231476-thebassist-feedback The Trickfish team has put all of their experience and skill into making the Bullhead 1K a truly musical piece of equipment. The design goals were modest: build a pre-amp that had the lowest noise floor possible so when we record it’s nice and quiet, employ powerful EQ’s so we can shape the sound in the most musical way possible and utilize a stout, no-nonsense power amp that delivers when digging in and pouring on the heat. Trickfish kept it simple and clean so that it would be easy to operate on stage – big knobs that are easy to grab and full size switches to minimize fumbling. Featuring the acclaimed Mike Pope designed low noise pre-amp integrated with a tour proven, 1000W Class D power amplifier, the Bullhead 1K offers all of the professional features and performance expected of a Trickfish product. Housed in a robust aluminum chassis, the powerful head offers a wide variety of tone-shaping capabilities via a 4-band EQ and 8 frequency select options. Power Output: (8 Ohms) 1000 Watts Peak .05% THD Power Amplifier: Class D Power Supply: Switch-Mode Power Supply Pre-Amp: Low noise solid state Input: ¼’ Phone with switchable attenuation and rotary gain control Input Level Indicator: 10 Segment LED Ladder EQ: 4 Band Switchable Shelving Bass and Treble with selectable Hi-Pass frequencies Low-Mid and Hi –Mid -Variable Gain, Band Pass EQ with selectable frequency/ bandwidth options Master Volume: Rotary Control Line In: 1/8” mini jack Headphone Out: Stereo ¼” Phone jack Mute Switch AC Mains Power Switch with LED Indicator EFX Loop: Series/Parallel selectable, w/ground lift Tuner Out: ¼” Phone Jack Mute Footswitch: ¼” Phone Jack, Latching type switch Direct Out: 600 Ohm Balanced, XLR, Pre/Post, Ground Lift and Level control Speaker Outputs: 2 x Neutrik Combi-Connectors accept NL2, NL4 or ¼” Phone Chassis: Aluminum Removable Rubber Feet: Adhesive backed Size: (H x W x D in.) 3.39 x 15.1 x 8 Weight: 3.05 kg Made in USA
  14. The GRBass miniONE is a bit bigger than the Trace Elliot Elf but the power output is different. Personally, I think the GRBass miniONE compares more with an Aguilar TH350 than the Elf or the TC Electronic BAM200. GRBass miniONE power: 350 watts at 4 ohms and 170 watts at 8 ohms GRBass miniONE dimensions: 19 x 16 x 4.3 cm Trace Elliot Elf power: 200 watts at 4 ohms and 130 watts at 8 ohms Trace Elliot Elf dimensions: 17.1 x 10.4 x 3.4 cm Aguilar TH350 power: 350 watts at 4 ohms and 175 watts at 8 ohms Aguilar TH350 dimensions: 20.9 x 19.1 x 7 cm
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