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  1. Same here. I used to use cassette recorders with an external mic, then DAT, then MD and now fully digital. I record all our rehearsals and gigs. Its the one piece of gear that always gets used when I’m in an band environment, no matter what else I use. Currently using a very nice and small Roland R-07 which i can control from my phone and even my Apple Watch. Gotta love progress....sometimes.
  2. I posted a link to their website earlier in the thread.
  3. My god you lot are a bunch of meow meow's lol.
  4. I think it was mentioned that they are pub gigs with vocal PA. I recently asked about one of these on here, after seeing the Quilter amp. Seems quite good value and very small and powerful. https://www.thomann.de/gb/harley_benton_block_800b.htm or even the tc electronic BQ500 Bass Head which is less than £200. Also has aux in and headphone out for home practice. Maybe a cab like the TCE RS112 (only from Andertons or Gear4music though).
  5. Ive had a set of Wizard 74's in my Jazz bass for years, but never really felt they were what i wanted. Just recently i put a set on Fender Custom Shop Custom '60s in it and this is the tone ive been looking for in a Jazz. It easily holds its own with my P bass now, and i too play with a pick so things can get a bit thin with the wrong pickups. Not cheap, but worth it if they work for you.
  6. Yep, we used to do that and yep, the bass made that last note 🙂
  7. This i think is the best approach, especially if you arent convinced or sure that a 5 string is the way forward. I started playing like this and slowly started adding in new fretting positions and utilising the B string more around the middle of the neck. I actually found playing 5 string improved my 4 string playing as well, as i was starting to use different fret positions. Oh, and the over use of a low D to finish any song that ends on D 😂
  8. No problem, the names are very similar. I’m not a fan of the bug transmitter, but they seem to becoming very common in the under £200 price point. I use a Boss WL-20L but got it as I wanted to go completely wire free. I’ll probably get a smoothhound when I do go back to using a PSU of some sort.
  9. Is it the same with the G10S, the one I posted about? EDIT: Not the same thing at all.
  10. Have you looked at the Line 6 G10s? Latency is a bit less than the Sen and it looks like quite a cool system. Also cheaper than the other two systems. https://www.andertons.co.uk/line-6-relay-g10s-digital-wireless-guitar-system-w-pedal-sized-receiver-grelayg10s
  11. Ive got one of those. Dangerous in the wrong hands or if you sneeze at the wrong time lol. I now use the EB power string winder, although its a lot slower. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ernie-Ball-P04118-Power-Peg/dp/B0019H6750/ref=asc_df_B0019H6750/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=310872962114&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=9720761779151026713&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9045888&hvtargid=aud-545868369748:pla-382562542799&psc=1&th=1&psc=1
  12. Clip on tuners as well. Got a few of those, and love the TC Electronic ones, but even the £10 Snark tuners have been great for gigs etc.
  13. Jimmy quit, Jody got married, so i needed cheering up 🙂
  14. This is the direct link to yours Bas. The link about takes us to a different version without the digital display. https://www.amazon.co.uk/D-FantiX-Digital-Battery-Checker-Batteries/dp/B014FEM21G/ref=pd_sbs_60_2/260-9369431-7656544?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B014FEM21G&pd_rd_r=8b0d285e-c6c5-4aad-8fb8-de960fd7f7ad&pd_rd_w=pRjTe&pd_rd_wg=jGLky&pf_rd_p=7f9048ad-9bda-4493-8578-13e4eff8da65&pf_rd_r=P6KXMFJ38MJGY29SXGVV&psc=1&refRID=P6KXMFJ38MJGY29SXGVV
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