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AinsleyWalker

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  1. Pete bought my Darkglass Vintage deluxe. Great communication, quick payment, item was posted to him within a few hours of him first messaging me. Top notch buyer! Cheers Thor (Pete) Ainsley
  2. Just seen someone sold an Endangered Audio Research AD4096 for under 200 on here a few weeks back. My head hurts. 

    1. Bunion

      Bunion

      Got to be quick…

    2. AinsleyWalker

      AinsleyWalker

      @Bunion Looks like I'm back to checking 'Effects for Sale' morning and night haha

    3. Bunion

      Bunion

      Welcome to my world 😂🤣

  3. Thanks for the suggestion. I've used one of their passive patchbays before and it was decent. I don't see any specs for their buffers, but I'll give him a message and see what he says, cheers
  4. I'm looking to get a dual buffered junction box/patchbay (buffer on input and output). Something like the Goodwood Interfacer or the one Vertex Effects make would be perfect, but availability in the UK isn't great. Other alternatives could be something like the Mesa Boogie High-Wire Dual Buffer/Boost pedal, but that's steering away from what I want ideally, though it can serve the role of a dual buffer ofc. Good buffer specs: 1M input impedence 100 ohms output impedence Any suggestions? Thanks!
  5. Thanks for the feedback! I'll look into the MC3 as well
  6. Hey! I've taken a look through this post and found some answers to my question but they were from a while ago and it's a loong thread so.. Any recommendations for MIDI footswitch controllers to use with the FI? I'm just looking for something to control patch up & down. Would something like this do the job?: https://www.disasterareadesigns.com/shop/p/dmc-micro-pro Thanks!
  7. Really? I've been using the Vintage Deluxe for years now and I find it's great for general thump/tone sculpting/light tubey breakup.
  8. Most definitely. Any of their pedals are versatile, it's all about how you use it like anything. I've been using the Vintage range of pedals for years and I never play anything heavy, I rarely play rock at all anymore tbh.
  9. SOLD Amazing pedal, great as a preamp, as a drive or as a DI for recording/live use. Only selling to fund some other purchases. In great condition and fully working. Super strong brand Velcro on the bottom. No original box. Collection/meetup in/around London or £5 for UK postage
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  11. Shout outs to Facebook sellers listing massive job-lots with prices for individual items, who then go and turn down serious buyers looking to buy an individual item in the hope that someone will take the lot instead... So naive. 

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  14. BUMP! Really need this gone soon, listening to offers
  15. (SOLD) Bought from Bass Direct in early 2020. Currently in the same condition I received it in. Best 5 string I've played at this price point, big punchy sound with a very versatile EQ. Small mark on headstock and small ding in the back shown in pictures. Active three band EQ, Humbucker pickup and two single coil modes selectable with the 3-way switch. Jack socket professionally replaced. Pickup from Clapham Junction preferred but can meet within a reasonable distance. Does not come with a case.
  16. 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...
  17. @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.
  18. 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...
  19. 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.
  20. 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!
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