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  1. Thanks a lot for your help folks. I really appreciate it. I use two Trickfish Bullhead 1K heads that drive two Trickfish TF112 cabinets (I play in stereo) and would really like to switch to two Trickfish TF110 cabinets. I got this from their web site but I'm not knowledgeable enough to know how this really translates with volume, etc. TF112 Specifications: https://www.trickfishamps.com/cabinets/tf112/ 1 x 12” proprietary Neodymium speaker built by Eminence® HF driver (3500-20,000 Hz) 80° conical horn 300 watts peak handling Custom crossover with peak protection and HF Attenuation 2 x NL2 Combo connectors Baltic Birch Dado and Rabbet Joint Construction 8 ohms Freq. Resp. 35Hz – 16kHz Metal handles, metal corners, rubber feet 16 gauge steel grille 22 oz. sharkskin vinyl H 14 7/8 x W 19 x D 18 Weight: 36.2 lbs Made in the USA TF110 Specifications: https://www.trickfishamps.com/cabinets/tf110/ Eminence 1 x 10” Neo speaker HF driver (3000-20,000 Hz) Neo, Silk Dome Tweeter 90⁰ Conical 300 watts peak handling Custom 2nd order low pass and 2nd order high pass with peak protection 2 x NL2 Combo connectors Baltic Birch Dado and Rabbet Joint Construction 8 ohms Freq. Resp. 50Hz – 18.4kHz Heavy Duty Leather Handle Metal corners, rubber feet 16 gauge steel grille 22 oz. sharkskin vinyl H 13” x W 15.5” x D 12.5” Weight: 21.6 lbs Made in the USA
  2. Thanks a lot. Unfortunately not what I wanted to read but what I expected frankly. I was hoping to switch out my two 1x12”s with two 1x10s due to size/weight but given I play post-rock and it gets loud in places I just don’t think I’m going to be able to do that.
  3. What are the main differences between 1x10” cabinets and 1x12” cabinets folks? And would you say a 1x10” cabinet can produce 50%, 60%, 70%, 80% of the volume that a 1x12” cabinet can deliver?
  4. Some brilliant stories here! A mate of a mate needed a bass player for his band at school so I lied and said I could play bass a little bit - I got a cheap Jazz knock off, played along to Definitely Maybe and muddled through the first few meet ups. In hindsight, none of us were particularly good so I blended in just fine.
  5. I used a Tone Hammer with two SL112s - I liked them a lot - nice and light of course but they definitely have an "Aguilar" sound. Frankly I don't think you can go wrong with them overall. For what you need, I think it depends on how loud your band play and whether you all go through the PA, etc., etc. To play safe, I'd say a TH500 driving two SL112s will cover you. I haven't used this myself but I saw some new GRBass equipment at NAMM that is VERY light - the GRBass 1x12 cabinet weighs 7.5kg whereas Aguilar's SL112 weighs 11.34kg.
  6. I tried out for an originals band a few years ago - I'm reasonable ability wise and I learned all their songs, wrote/prepared basslines and played along to their CD for a couple of weeks. I'm also very, very reliable, turn up to rehearsals and gigs on time, have my own transport, have good equipment and I do what I say. The audition went really well - good feel, no bum notes, etc., etc. They tried out another guy at the same time - I knew him well - he was a very, very good natural bassist. But I also knew he had a reputation of being very flakey. A week went by and I figured they probably went with the other guy but chased up anyway - I got a response from the band leader/singer - "I wanted to go with you, blah, blah, blah but we went with the other guy because the guitarist and drummer overruled me, etc." I responded and said I was disappointed because I really enjoyed playing with them and wished them all the best, etc. Then I got a text and email about a week later to say the other guy hadn't shown up to the two band rehearsals since the audition, wasn't responding to their messages and did I want to join. I politely declined - I didn't feel I was cutting my nose off to spite my face either - I figured I'd either be walking into a band where two of the three members didn't really want me there anyway or the band leader is a liar.
  7. And the first 50 seconds of this is so beautiful to my ears. It's pretty nice after that too but it gets a little too wacky for me towards the end.
  8. Most of the bass gymnastics music I hear is dreadful to my ears. Not crazy quick or mad playing but I absolutely love this by Rich Brown.
  9. I'd rather buy a secondhand US Standard Fender Jazz/Precision at this price point personally.
  10. Late 2013 13" MacBook Pro In good condition other than a couple of dings from use but the laptop is in perfect working order. MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2013) Processor: 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 Memory: 4GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics: Intel Iris 1536 MB Storage: 128 GB Flash Has the anti-reflective coating peel which doesn't show up when the computer is being used. Collection preferred
  11. EarthQuaker Devices V1 Avalanche Run Stereo Reverb & Delay with Tap Tempo. I am based in Bournemouth and any trial is welcome. If you have any questions, etc. please contact me.
  12. Trickfish Bullhead 1K amplifier made in 2019. This 1000w Trickfish Bullhead 1K amplifier costs £1199 at Bass Direct and it is available for less than the price of a new 500w Bullhead .5k amplifier. I am based in Bournemouth and any trial is welcome. If you have any questions, etc. please contact me. Trickfish Bullhead 1K Specifications: 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.) 3.3 x 15.1 x 8/(H x W x D mm) 86.06 x 384.15 x 203.2 Weight: 6.2 lbs Made in the USA
  13. 6 string with ebony would make this perfect. Great seller here folks - GLWTS.
  14. I keep on looking at this instrument. The build and workmanship is quite incredible.
  15. Somebody is going to get an amazing, amazing that is Fodera quality for the price of a new Fender.
  16. Hearing that record prompted me to quit the band I was in and get lessons. It had a profound effect on me. For me, there is electric bass pre-Jaco and electric bass post-Jaco. And I love Bright Size Life with Pat Methany too. Mental to think Methany was only 21 at the time that was recorded.
  17. I wonder how the Trace Elliot Elf and TC Electronic BAM200 compare - anyone used a BAM200? https://www.tcelectronic.com/Categories/Tcelectronic/Bass/Head-Amplifiers/BAM200/p/P0DI5#googtrans(en|en)
  18. I'm very interested in this too.
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