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  1. Boutique preamp DI pedal from Trickfish Amplification. The very same preamp as used in their acclaimed Bull Head amps, designed by Mike Pope. All the Eqing you'll ever need, with switchable Low mid and High Mid frequency points. Pre and Post EQ on the output, which is either a studio grade isolated DI XLR, or Jack out (or both), with separate tuner out. £325.00 on Bass Direct website currently, grab a bargain and get free postage. Spec: The Minnow is a high quality, low noise bass preamp DI pedal equipped with our Bullhead EQ section. This single channel Bullhead preamp features shelving EQ’s for the BASS and TREBLE controls and variable band pass EQ’s for the LO MID and HI MID. A selectable mid frequency for both LO MID and HI MID controls provide complete control over the midrange. We’ve also added HI SHIFT to the treble frequency to further tune the cut/boost capability of the treble control. In addition, the Minnow preamp includes a tuner out for silent tuning and a balanced XLR output for use as a DI, great for both live and studio use. Pre-Amp: Low noise solid state Instrument Input: ¼’ Phone with rotary gain control Input Level Indicator: Signal level and Clip LEDs (green/red) EQ: 4 Band (12dB Boost/Cut) with switchable Mid Shelving Bass (80Hz) and Treble (4KHz / 8KHz selectable) Low-Mid and Hi–Mid -Variable Gain, Band Pass EQ with selectable frequency/bandwidth options Master Volume: Rotary Control EQ On/Off Footswitch Mute Footswitch Tuner Out: ¼” Phone jack Amp Out: ¼” Phone jack Direct Out: 600 Ohm Balanced XLR, Pre/Post, and Ground Lift Power Supply (Not Included): Switch-Mode Power Supply, Output 12V DC (150mA minimum) center negative power Power Consumption: 150mA Chassis: Steel Removable Rubber Feet: Adhesive backed Size: (H x W x D in.) 6.05 x 4.86 x 1.74 (H x W x D cm) 15.38 x 12.34 x 4.41 Weight: 1.93 lbs / .88 kg Any questions, drop me a message. Trusted FB seller. Regards Greg
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  3. £750 ono May part ex other cabs, let me know what you've got! For sale is my unused, Markbass 152 SH (Stu Hamm) 2x15 bass cab, complete with brand new Roqsolid padded cover, with extra bottom covering and fastening. Bought just before lockdown hit, literally plugged in to hear it work then put it all away for storage until its first gig... we all know what happened then don't we! Hence it is as it left the factory, and went straight into its custom padded cover. These were only made in a short run, as was the original classic version, that I pined over for a long time. Now discontinued again I have likely one of the few mint ones still in existence. Bought from Richtone Music website for £1062.00, i'm now in a position where I have to sell some gear, particularly as there is no touring work in the calendar, and am willing to let it all go for £799.00 inc. the padded cover which is £80 on its own. Its is nothing short of a bargain, but needs must right now. If you want to come hear it I can move it between Bradford and Lincolnshire if that makes it any easier for the prospective buyer, can bring my head too, but probably best you hear it with your own. First to try is gonna buy it I know it! I'm a trusted seller on here, and I look after all my gear very well. If you have any questions please get in touch, i'm not looking to post this, unless the buyer pays for it of course. Specs below: Two 15s are the right choice if you want to move a lot of air. It's a fantastic solution for rock and pop but this cabinet gives the old-school a solid upgrade. The sound is deep and warm but its great clarity, definition and incredible fast attack make it suitable for any kind of genre and technique. Just listen to Stu slap tone coming from it and you'll change your mind about 15" speakers. BEATING THE 2X15" COMPETITORS: There are not many 2x15" cabs on the market, partly because of the typical 15" drivers lack of definition limiting their range of application. But with the CLASSIC 152 SH, this configuration is now an available choice for a wider population of bass players, not only rock-reggae-dub bassists but even for slap lovers. Not for nothing, Stu has chosen this speaker configuration for his complex and articulate technique. 1" COMPRESSION DRIVER WITH CUSTOM HORN: If you turn off the tweeter level control you’ll get an astounding vintage, 60s/70s sound, or just turn it on to extend the high end of the frequency response from 5KHz to 20KHz adding a modern high-end sheen to your sound! WEIGHT/POWER RATIO: The lightness and power of this cabinet put it in a new league compared to the 2x15" cabinets of the past, which tended to be way heavier and lacking in power, making them unpractical. With 72.75lbs/33kg and reasonable dimensions, transportation is a breeze. And 800W of power handling makes it suitable for any big rock stage. Specifications SPEAKER SIZE: 2x15" TWEETER: 1" COMPRESSION DRIVER CAB Power Handling (AES Standard): 800W RMS CROSSOVER FREQUENCY: 3.5 kHz FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 50 Hz to 20 kHz SENSITIVITY: 103 dB SPL IMPEDANCE: 4O REFLEX: REAR DIMENSIONS: 23.38"/59,4cm | 18.89"/48cm | 34.17"/86,8cm WEIGHT: 72.75lbs/33kg Kind Regards Greg
  4. I haven't gigged with mine, but with my previous experience of the noble DI live bypassing the preamp on my head unit you get more depth/weight to your notes. The Khan does the same thing, you can of course run to front of house and a Poweramp at the same time.
  5. You are correct sir, tube on both outputs 👌🏼
  6. Hi There, Selling my KHAN DI, custom built in the USA and imported to the UK in 2020. Fantastic tube warmth and 3D dimensionality to bass notes. Never gigged, used for recording in the studio at home. Unfortunately short on cash at the minute, so have to let this go, and quite sad about it! This one I paid a little more for the ability to switch the voltage for touring, it is compatible anywhere in the world with the flick of a switch. Original box and power cable included, all in very good condition. Hear it in action with my 63 P-Bass and Flats here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogJSbWVPGX8&ab_channel=EllesBailey Some blurb from Mr Khan: Input Impedance: 2.2M ohm Max Signal Input: 3v RMS (+10dB) Gain: -10dB to XLR Output Frequency Response: 8Hz - 120KHz +/- 1dB THD (1KHz 0dB Input): .75% Signal to Noise: > -92dB Size: 8.0" x 5.0" x 2.25" Voltage: 120v or 240v Weight: 4lbs
  7. Hi There This has clearly been well looked after, its pretty clean for the year with the odd small knock and scrap here and there, I would say this is a really good example of a 36yr old instrument. This is an E-Series bass dated 1984-87, with the "Made In Japan" inscription denoting it was likely made in the FujiGen Gakki factory for Fender US during the factory production refining in the US during this period. Comes with a brand new set of Dimarzio Model P pickups, This thing punches like a beef steak hitting a barn door! original pickups are included in the sale too, should you wish to revert back. Everything else is stock. It also comes with a nearly new Hiscox hardcase. Action is medium low, neck is straight and truss-rod works as it should. Neck profile is identical to my 63 reissue, which is also the same as the '62 I believe, very comfortable, wide but not too deep. Fretboard is a very dark rosewood, almost verging on ebony in tone, its beautiful! Frets are good, loads of play in them yet. Ive included loads of pictures in order to be as transparent as possible, believe me when I say this is a 100% solid instrument, and will make anyone looking for a P very happy i'm sure. Happy to meet up socially distanced at an appropriate place, or happy to ship via insured and tracked courier at my expense. Any questions please get in touch! Kind Regards Greg
  8. These don't come up very often, I imagine they're quite sought after now. Awesome bit of kit, good luck with the sale 🙂
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