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  1. Cool! TBH I love drums, I took bass up partly due to DLR's first album and partly due to my Mum refusing drums. Bass is drumming but with a pitch, to me at least. Well done mate!
  2. Excellent bunch of answers! It's exactly what I wanted and a big yes to 210 being absolutely fine, my only, well, main query was I had thoughts that we were accepting too little, it's a work in progress I guess. We're doing a promo vid very soon so I'll post it here, and tell us what you all think. We have lights, backdrop and PA, it's a full thing we take. Cheers everyone:)
  3. As far as what someone is willing to pay, if it's 210 then the chances are I don't feel safe taking decent expensive gear in, so my thoughts have gone straight to we are playing the wrong place to start with. Management/agents are an answer but I'd sooner be self contained and use my own nouse. Watch this space I guess :/
  4. The gigs are covers, generally decent singalong beefy stuff and I've encouraged a more eclectic mix so we've more choice, and therefore opening new doors. Baby steps but confident baby steps. We're now about to do a promo vid to push us along - to me it'll be worth it so I guess we'll find out soon.
  5. Hello everyone, This question is purely to ask for your take on what fee should be expected, I'm not prying or wanting an argument to follow. Basically, I moved to the NE and play bass in a 3 piece, the band performs well, PA, backdrop in place - nothing lacks. I joined 6 months ago or thereabouts, the charge no matter where we play is £210 which to me, is not good at all. I'm mid causing a little turmoil as I'm either in charge, playing the right places or I'm leaving and getting into a band that values itself, I'd prefer the former. Opinions please! Thank you, Lee
  6. What's that thing called in the road...a bump? Yes, a bump.
  7. Ah thank you, it is the HP - I hadn't realised I'd done that on Gumtree:/ Cheers mate.
  8. I'm selling one of my amps, I've been using three of these live. Full working order, a few obvious scuffs as you end up with. Comes with castors, and a lot of grunt. Collection from Newcastle area, any further pictures wanted please ask. Cheers, Lee.
  9. Very obliged to leave feedback for this chap, we had a gentleman's agreement and he kindly sold me his EBS pedal after hanging fire for my payday. Top chap! Lee.
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  11. Just alerted someone on FB about this. If I didn't have 3 Ampegs already..!
  12. http://dai.ly/x45wfuo YouTube refused to let this one in!?
  13. Hi mate yes I do - I've heard of this Y cable but never used the loop at all so far. Thank you for this Lewis, you're a star
  14. YouTube kept refusing this and I've no idea why? Anyway, I wanted to do this as the album got me into bass playing. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x45wfuo_yankee-rose-bass-cover_music
  15. So... I'll try not to sound like a total half wit....! I currently use two BA115HP's, my bass has two jacks so job's a good un. One's clean, the split P into the EBS Sheehan. Now, I've just got into a band that recently got rid of the bass bins, apparently too loud/too much/not enough vehicle space and I'm thinking of adding one more BA (honestly) as I love the sound, compact etc. If I did get a third, as opposed to going the ABY pedal route, could I utilise the loop on the EBS as a straight through for another woofer channel? The distortion is very loud, very noticeable and feel I need to up the low end somewhat as like I mentioned, all the low end is purely coming from me. Christ, I wish I played a harmonica - way cheaper. Cheers for reading, Lee.
  16. I've a question on this! I'll try not to sound like a total half wit.... I currently use two BA115HP's, my bass has two jacks so job's a good un. One's clean, the split P into the EBS Sheehan. Now, I've just got into a band that recently got rid of the bass bins, apparently too loud/too much/not enough vehicle space and I'm thinking of adding one more BA (honestly) as I love the sound, compact etc. If I did get a third, as opposed to going the ABY pedal route, could I utilise the loop on the EBS as a straight through for another woofer channel? The distortion is very loud, very noticeable and feel I need to up the low end somewhat as like I mentioned, all the low end is purely coming from me. Christ, I was I played a harmonica - way cheaper. Cheers for reading, Lee.
  17. Hi again matey dead sorry I've just checked, it's huge for what I need! Hope it sells Cheers man, Lee.
  18. Hi matey, is this much bigger than the Gigman? Only asking as I've just three pedals and a mains brick, do you think it'd be too big?
  19. I've two of the normal versions that I run parallel and I'd love a third! Tbh I'm amazed this is still here. Have a big fat bump mate.
  20. Hi mate, please can I claim the Octabass? Also, please PM how you want paying. Cheers, Lee.
  21. I'd say do it! I have it easier, two jacks on the bass feeds two Ampeg combos, one clean, one with ghosted in distortion but bugger me with a fish fork - it doesn't half work. Got rid of the bass bins for the PA, this has 3 mins and a kick drum, there's a very healthy bass drum crack but all the low end everyone hears is down to me with two relatively small units. Split your signal, it'll broaden how you play mate.
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