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  1. I use one of these all the time in an acoustic session. It gives a great 'old school' sound with passive basses. Incredibly light too, and you can run it off a 20v laptop battery.
  2. Thanks. Bit of a queue forming, but I will let you know if one becomes available.
  3. Re-posted , as the mods pointed out I messed up on the first ad ! Price above shows the total amount, but all items are, of course, for sale separately. This is the classic GK microcombo. Portable and great tone. I've been playing these almost exclusively with electric bass for years. The amp of choice for many upright players. Along the way I've accumulated a few too many of these, and I'm letting the ones that have developed faults go at a bargain basement price to anyone who wants to repair them. A. MB150E Combo . This works fine, and has never gone into safe mode, but it needs a new speaker . £50 now SOLD B. MB150E Combo . This works fine, but has occasionally gone into safe mode (silent) when gigging. I have used it since for practice. £50 now SOLD C. Warwick Rockbag, designed for the microcombo series, in great condition and the zips all work as they should. £25 now SOLD D. Flightcase to keep your microcombo safe as houses. Doubles as a box to stand it on. This is also in exc condition. £40 E. MBX112 matching speaker. Full working condition - see separate ad All items are pickup for cash only from Nottingham - I'm close to J25 on the M1. I may post the rockbag
  4. 1x12 speaker that matches the microcombo. Can be used on its own alone as a highly portable speaker. In full working order, and in excellent cosmetic condition. 100W rating. 8 ohm Sold with Roqsolid tough and snug fitting cover, Half the price of a new one. Pick up Nottingham . Im near J25 M1
  5. As it was close by, I couldn't help myself but to pop over and play this bass. It checked out as the vintage instrument described, and it was a cracking bass to play, particularly if you play plectrum style. It's got the 70s jazz bass sound in spades. Guess I'm going to have to sell a bass or a kidney.... I can vouch for Tony too. Although we've only met twice, he's always been a friendly, upfront, and straightforward guy.He's a damn good player and he certainly knows his stuff re vintage fenders. A vintage bass from one of the genuine guys on Basschat.
  6. Bump, just for the pleasure of seeing that classic orange cab once again. I remember Wishbone ash and many other great bands in the 70s with these. Thunderous. Happy days. To the top !
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  8. Cant imagine how they got this to look so ...well....unique. Mexican sun for a decade or two ?....Stored in a kipper factory?...... Smoking 80 a day?....Chronically bad flatulence ? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/254177206789?_trksid=p11021.c100851.m5053&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIM.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20170803121420%26meid%3D1513cb5282a14db58080c51ed5fb541d%26pid%3D100851%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D4%26b%3D1%26sd%3D202635499622%26itm%3D254177206789&ul_noapp=true
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