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leemarseillebass

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  1. A cover of David Lee Roth’s Big Trouble. https://vimeo.com/517611707
  2. Hello, I’ve a Yamaha BB714BS, and as it’s going to be a backup bass for when (eventually) live gigs resume - is there anyone on here that could do this? Ta very much, Lee
  3. I bought a second bass (finally have two now) and Andy was a total gentleman after I got furloughed - he let me break payments up and I can’t thank him enough for his patience. Genuinely felt like I met an old mate. First pint’s on me fella!
  4. Same, if I was closer I’d have snatched your hand off mate.
  5. Hello mate, I’ll take this if that’s ok. I’ll inbox you my number and whatnot. Cheers man, Lee.
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  7. Selling as a complete system - send me an offer. Collection only sadly, the speakers might cost almost the asking price to ship as they are heavy. Has the remote, the Denon is WiFi and Bluetooth enabled. Cheers everyone, Lee.
  8. Hello. My name is Lee Andrews, I’m a bass player. A major project has the brakes on it, so for the right band I’ll travel. In the NE of England, I pretty much run Billy Sheehan’s set up for live use. I work full time with varied shifts but as I say, I’ll move around for the right reasons. I’ll post a clip to give an idea. Thank you - Lee IMG_0746.MP4
  9. Hi both - I am so sorry - they sold - I shall amend the title to show! Apologies, Lee
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  11. I would have to say Billy Sheehan. He got me into Rotosound’s, I use BS66 and have done for years and years. They’re perfect. I’m an aggressive player and the feel is exact, there’s a flow to them plus the 110 feels stable, anything less is a little too loose for me. As far as taking bass strings to the extreme for bending notes up or down with neck bends, he’s the best example. No blurriness with notes either during rapid sections, all decipherable, all heard clearly and I understand this is the sum of all parts - but the thing that starts all of this music, the first point of contact, are the strings. Brilliant, trustworthy product.
  12. These are my spares should my main rig fail. It doesn’t, so I’m a bit fed up lugging these around for zero reason. Both have had light use, fully working, in great condition.
  13. Last time I spoke with him, he’d stopped taking them out - but yeah I guess it’s worth asking him! Cheers matey.
  14. Hello - apologies to all moderators on here. I’ve a Pearce for sale. It’s exceptional, it’s a crying shame it isn’t taken out to use live inccesantly. Channel 1 boost switch is broke - it was my setting so I didn’t fix this. I have it for sale for around 340, there’s a rack case and tuner up for grabs too so I’m up for negotiation. Give us a nod bass people, Lee
  15. leemarseillebass

    For hire.

    Thought I’d share what I can far and wide - I play in cover bands and I’d like to play a fair bit more.
  16. Ah cheers mate! Now I’ve got my head around it, it’s very close. I’m still tinkering, to the point I do my own head in so I come back to it with more patience.. I gigged once but that was a risk, this weekend I’m feeding both inputs into it, the unit compresses very well too.
  17. Apologies - this is supposed to start with a 3! It’s 350.
  18. I may move my Pearce on as I was reluctant to keep taking it out to gigs as I have a Helix - so I’m putting feelers out. It’s the unmodded version I should say. Exceptional preamp!
  19. Hello. I definitely need to chime in here with a question. I’ve the lt and use a dual output bass, anyone have instruction on how to have the woofer input go through the unit and have that signal compressed seperstely to a second amp and cabinet? Any help would result in a grown man weeping tears of happiness.
  20. Hi mate. Would you courier to the NE? Oh and I should say Merry Xmas!
  21. The above comments sound about right. I’m no expert but if you imagine a port is shaped differently for each speaker cabinet be it PA, home audio - it’s there because when a sine wave is fed through it there’s likely to be a point where everything goes mental and it’s a bit like our ‘brown note’ (allegedly)
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