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AinsleyWalker

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  1. Thanks for the tips. It's working for now, with a new fuse in. But I will aim to replace it when I'm able to. Not good at all...
  2. @Stub Mandrel Problem solved, just needed a new fuse as expected. I put a 3A fuse in the UK plug adapter and all is working as expected. But to answer your questions, The EU AC adapter was plugged into the UK plug adapter, I then plugged that into an extension cable which caused the sparks and all my electrics to go off. My brick was not connected to the AC adapter when this happened (which was just an oversight, I would normally connect that first). And yes I agree the Thomann adapters are great, I ordered an Eden combo from them a while ago which came with the type of adapter that you're describing.
  3. I've just checked my emails and it turns out I ordered this from Gear4Music, so I have no idea why it doesn't have a UK plug...
  4. Thanks for the reply. So do you think the entire power adapter is finished? It wasn't plugged into the brick at the time, so that would not have been affected. It sparked when I plugged it into a cheap extension cable. I've since binned that extension cable. I've since tried my adapter from a different extension cable but it is not powering the brick.
  5. I'm using a Palmer PWT 12 to power my board (https://www.gear4music.com/Guitar-and-Bass/Palmer-PWT-12-Pedalboard-Power-Supply/2H1U?origin=product-ads&gclid=Cj0KCQiAtJeNBhCVARIsANJUJ2EaUvoVsWY9YcCD5E6RH0i0j_skk8t8b8088_sy1x75KBzUGreIyxsaAk9yEALw_wcB) Never had any issues with it until today. I just plugged it into the usual extension cable I use to practise and it sparked, knocking off all the electrics in the flat, bar cooker power and lights (none of my pedals were connected to the power brick at the time). I've got all the plugs etc back on, but my power supply adapter isn't working. Mine has a European plug and has a UK plug adapter (provided by supplier at time of purchase) EDIT: I have just checked my emails, and I ordered from Gear4Music at the end of 2019, so I have no idea why it has a European plug. The UK plug adapter has a fuse inside, so I planned to replace that and try hooking it up again. However when comparing the info on the fuse to the info on the UK plug adapter, there are differences The fuse itself says: 13A, 250V, BS1362 The UK plug adapter says: FIT 3A (5A) FUSE BS 5733 250V 2.5A (5A) I know very little about this kind of thing so I am hoping someone might be able to help me with the following: A) Was the wrong fuse in there? B) What kind of fuse I need to go and get now? Thanks! EDIT: Replacing the old fuse with a new 3A fuse has solved the problem, thanks!
  6. Trying to sell gear on FB marketplace is torturous. I swear people get a kick out of wasting your time.

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    2. Greg Edwards69

      Greg Edwards69

      “What’s your best price?”

       

      The one it’s advertised at!

    3. skej21

      skej21

      “What’s your best price?”

       

      Well my best price would be enough to pay off my mortgage but I doubt you’d find that reasonable 🤣

    4. prowla

      prowla

      My response would be "What's your best offer?".

  7. PRICE DROP to £165 Owned from new since 2012. Only been used for home practise. In good condition aside from some marks on the top shown in last picture, these will be hidden by any amp heads sat on top. Collection only due to size. Location very close to Clapham Junction station. Specs: LF Drivers: 4 x 10" Custom Designed Speakers Voice Coil: 3" Magnet Weight: 22 oz HF Driver: Horn/Driver Voice Coil: 1" Magnet Weight: 8 oz RMS Power Handling: 200-Watts Frequency Response (-3dB): 55Hz-18kHz Usable Low Frequency (-10dB): 40Hz Crossover Frequency: 4kHz Nominal Impedance: 8-Ohms Sensitivity: 95dB Maximum SPL: 118dB Dimensions (W x H x D inches): 22.75 x 22.75 x 17.5 Weight: 72 Pounds Full-Range, Two-Way Enclosure Baltic Birch Plywood 3-Position HF Switch
  8. Great bass preamp/DI pedal with tons of power and flexibility. Bought new last year and only been used at home, in great condition. Comes with original box. Collection from Clapham Junction or can post for an extra £5
  9. I've bought a pedal on another site that is collection only, I'll be able to collect it in a few weeks when I'm in that part of the country, but I'm considering requesting that I just arrange a courier on my end. Does anyone have suggestions for best places to go for this?
  10. It's a great compressor. Been on my board for almost 3 years now and can't see it leaving any time soon! Oh perhaps I misread your post, I thought you said octave was the one (out of octave, reverb, chorus) you weren't enjoying as much. The OC5 looks great from demoes, yet to try one myself though. Would also recommend checking the MXR Bass Octave Deluxe, they're often available for sale <£90 here/Facebook marketplace etc. They're a really great all-round octaver, compared to the Boss ones which have their own distinct character (which I love personally).
  11. Got a Cali 76 Compact Bass at the start of my board. I love that it has 2 volume controls, 1 for your clean signal and 1 for the compressed signal, so you can blend in the two. Also has a high pass filter, so you can apply less compression to your lower frequencies, if needed. I'm a fan of trying sounds/gear out with cheaper pedals before you commit to something more pricey, that's what I've always done. Worth a shot with one of the ones you've mentioned to see if compression is something that you need/want to use. Handy tool to have either way. You mentioned playing a lot of laid back stuff, I've often heard bassists turning their compressors off for those kinds of songs, as they don't need the sustain etc and want the notes to decay naturally. Depends what works for you What octave are you using may I ask? I've tried a few over the years, Octron, MXR bass octave.. All ended up being sold except the trusty OC2.
  12. Haha not your doing, I'm sure. Thanks for sharing your rig, very nice ! I've only just seen as I haven't been on lately.
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