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Frank Blank

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  1. Just had to remove the Stomp from my list, it's entirely possible I'll have sold the lot by September! 1. MacDaddy - Custom Shukers / Rob Allen Mouse / Peavey Vypyr VIP III 2. Binky Bass - Binky 10 string, USA Conklin 8 string, ACG 9 string, 3 x ACG 6 strings, Reiver 7 string (geeeetar), GR Bass Dual 1400 & GR Bass AT410+, Helix LT, Pinegrove straps, Richter straps etc. 3. Cetera - Spector (USA NS2 & NS2X, Euro Classic, Euro LX (w/Haz),Euro 'Rachel Bolan', Pulse II ) Wal Mk1 'Geddy Lee', Fender FSR PJ with East pre, Hamer Impact, Pedulla Buzz 4 fretless and maybe Jackson TBird, GK400RB, GK Legacy 800 & Tech21 VT500 Heads, Genz Benz Neox212 cab. 4. Frank Blank - Jabba short scale fretted, ACG SS Recurve, Ibanez SRC6, QSC K12.2. 5. Merton - various ACGs, Zoots, Conway Instruments basses, Glockenklang Blue Rock, Barefaced Two10/One10 6. Eude - ACG Finn SC Classic 6 string, ACG RetroB 5, ACG TKO Modern 4, ACG ChubstRR Mikro 6 string, 2 X ACG Mule 4 strings (on loan from ACG), GK Legacy 500, 1 or 2 Barefaced One10 Cabs, Dod 250(r) modded with @Sibob 7. Stingray5 - MusicMan Stingray5, Tune TWB6, Tune SWV4-BB, Boss GT-6B, Eden EC15 combo OR Trace Elliot GP12SMX combo. 8. NancyJohnson - NS Design NXT5a EUB, Lull JAXT4, Darkglass A/O900, Darkglass 112 cab, Tech 21 dUg. 9. prowla: Obligatory Rickenbackers, a Warwick or two, maybe a Kramer aluminium necked bass, some pedals, Ampeg & Tech 21 preamps (subject to change), maybe the Minitaur & MIDI bass pedals. 10. Lozz196: US Precision, Ashdown ABM600 & Ashdown ABM PRO NEO 210s x2 Ampeg SCR-DI, Sansamp BDDI v2 11. Silverfoxnik: G&L SB1, BC Rich Eagle, Godin Shifter Classic 5, Sprackenbacker Ricky copy, Mesa Walkabout 15 combo, or Handbox R400 + Vanderkley 1156 MT. 12. Happy Jack: an assortment of weird 5h1t that I can guarantee nobody else will bring 13. WalMan (hopefully!): Wal, Status S1 & S2 & Zon Legacy Elite. One of the rigs (probably Mesa D800 & BF One10 or BBII as there's already One10's on the list) or Helix & Headrush. SkarBassOne pedal. May have an old case & 2U rack to sell/raffle 14. Steve Browning: Mesa TT-800 and Mesa Subway 1x15 cabs. SVL basses. Greco Pbass and Tokai Jazz. 15. OrangeFriday: Latest homebuild items - Tubular Bass and Basscape effects plus maybe Jellybean Bass (the one with a few LEDs in the neck) 16. BillyBass: Charvel Pro-Mod San Dimas V (J) and IV (reverse PJ) , Balaguer select series Goliath (HH), Tech21 GED 2112 pre amp, Barefaced Midget, maybe a super compact too. Not sure about which head yet. Jam pedals Lucy dreamer, Hamstead Subspace, Jam Pedals Ripply Fall. 17. Wolverinebass: Aside from bringing sideburns and sarcasm, not sure what I might bring.
  2. Ooohh, I get to start a feedback thread, how exciting. Just sold an HX Stomp to @Oomo. faultless comms, seamless prompt payment, I was even offered a cuppa which doesn't happen often as I think I probably look like your default burglar. Deal with absolute confidence. Anyhoo, thanks @Oomo for a perfect transaction and for being a gentleman throughout. You qualify for The Frank Blank Seal Approval. Deal With Absolute Confidence.
  3. Really enjoying this thread, reconnecting with some old music and hearing some new stuff too, what could be better? Here's Black Sun Empire, not too bonkers, not too mellow, good grooves.
  4. I think you'd dig Venetian Snares and maybe some Nurse With Wound.
  5. You know what @Jakester? You are absolutely right. I was just trying to analyse why I'm reluctant to post, as everything I've received from BC sellers has been fine as have all the things I've posted before. I think my reluctance to post instruments has leaked into smaller items. I'll revise the advert to explain just how far I'm prepared to travel and find my packing mojo for further distances. Cheers @Jakester you've woken me up.
  6. A glass of Ribena and a mouthful of sherbert pips more like.
  7. Digging GoGo Penguin at the moment, not D&B but there is a hint of it in there...
  8. An absolute classic and one that certainly was an in for me...
  9. Try some Photek, particularly the first two albums... Modus Operandi (1997) Form & Function (1998) I'm not sure there is anything to 'get' about any music, you either like it or you don't. I avoided Jazz for years because I thought I didn't 'get' it, or 'understand' it until I found myself just digging Duke Ellington. Personally I like some D&B because the grooves are huge. Come to think of it the reason I like some D&B is very similar to why I like some very heavy bands that just ride riffs, I'm thinking of Helmet here, they get into a really good riff and just groove. It's simple and quite pure, no guff.
  10. ***SOLD*** For Sale HX Stomp £300 See Line 6 product page here. Purchased this from ace Basschater and our very own supernatural Egyptian deity @Osiris on October 23rd 2021. Got it home, updated it to the latest software version and then put it on a shelf where it's been ever since. I play straight into a QSC and the clean sound is just fine. No idea why I bought it really, it's my second Stomp, the first went unused too, I suppose I thought I'd use it but was wrong... twice. You can see how unused it is, it's still got the screen protector on. Velcro on the bottom, no case, includes PSU and USB. *COLLECTION or PERSONAL DELIVERY PREFERRED BUT WILL POST* You can pick up from Southend or meet between our locations or I'm happy to deliver to you (within reason, try me) or add a tenner to the price (£310) and I'll post next day delivery. Happy to answer any questions.
  11. I have never listened to post-Gabriel Genesis, not for any real reason, I just didn't then and don't now. The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway is my favourite album. Once Gabriel left I suppose it was A Trick of the Tail or Peter Gabriel 1, why I didn't try both I don't know? The stupidity of youth I suppose. I kicked all my prog music into touch for years after deciding punk and new wave was 'my' music, it was lovely to get off my high horse and reconnect with bands from before 1976-77 years later. I'm waffling, sorry.
  12. Agreed, none of the unadulterated joy of The Who smashing up their gear or the daft chaos of The Damned doing similar, it just looks like petulant toss-pottery* from here. * not an obscure form of Dutch ceramic manufacture
  13. Monkeys Bout Postrafees My new free jazz outfit, there.
  14. Bruce here teaches classical philosophy, Bruce there teaches Haegelian philosophy, and Bruce here teaches logical positivism, and is also in charge of the sheep dip.
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