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  1. All work perfectly fine. The Boss has quite some marks on it, I got it from ebay and never used it much myself in the end. The Aguilar is mine from new, I used it for a couple of years, but no issues and no major marks. The Morley is from ebay as well, I gave up wanting to sound like Cliff so don't need it any longer. Only the Morley has a power cable coming with it. Aguilar TLC - £125 Boss ODB-3 - £50 Morley PowerWahBoost - £75 I prefer meeting (London area) to avoid having to post the items, but can post as well and would suggest to split posting costs. Any questions or if you want more photos, just let me know. Cheers, Udo
  2. Thanks! And I agree 100%
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    Mini Helix - HX Stomp...

    If I remember correctly this is mentioned in the FAQ or mini manual that comes with the presets. It mentions that the presets will always default to that IR cab that is in slot1 on your helix. But it has a table in it that shows the IR that is meant to be used with each preset.
  4. I had this for sale up here a while ago and changed my mind. Now I changed it again (well, I just bought a Yamaha SBV and so this has to leave the house) Super comfortable bass, it is weighing in at just below 4 kg. The slightly smaller body makes it sit very nicely against your chest, belly, waist or knees. The neck is close to a Jazz neck, thin and very easy to play. I have Thomastik Jazz flats on at the moment but can put roundwounds on as well. Active/passive switch that doubles as the volume, one blend and a 2EQ knobs. It comes with a Sandberg bag and promotional material from the German company. I own it since early 2017 and got it 2nd hand from Cool and Classic Guitars, a very fine bass this is. I can post insured if wanted, or meet within a reasonable distance from SE London. Happy for anyone to come over and have a look at it as well.
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    The Yamaha BB thread (from X34/5 launch)

    Ah, I knew it! Ignorance doesn't save you! Thanks!
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    The Yamaha BB thread (from X34/5 launch)

    I own it from new and got it two months ago I think. And yes, I tend to leave the cable plugged in after playing, lazy git I am.
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    The Yamaha BB thread (from X34/5 launch)

    Hi all, I have the new 734A and what a superb bass it is. My only concern is that it seems to live of a diet of batteries. Is anyone else finding an issue with that? I think it might be some electronic issue, a new battery is getting spent after a week in the bass (and that is not a week of nonstop playing). I have a feeling as if the bass draws from it as long as the switch is on active. But I need to do more tests. But has anyone a similar issue with the 734A?
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    Mini Helix - HX Stomp...

    I got the Stomp the other day and really love it, especially the amp and cab simulations sound really nice to me. Now, is anyone gigging with the Stomp or other amp and cab sims? My gigs are usually an amp for stage monitoring and the bass signal gets DI'ed into the PA, think small to medium sized venues. I guess it all depends on the sound person as always as they control your sound in the end, but my worry would be that it sounds a bit too dark or muddy with the sims enabled. Has anyone ever got feedback on this after a show?
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    SOLD

    What can I say? Post xmas lack of moneys I guess! Maybe I should price it up to see if that works?
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    SOLD

    I'll give that a miss, I am really looking to sell if possible. Only two hands and too many basses!
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    SOLD

    No, but what do you have in mind?
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    SOLD

    and here are the pictures of the actual bass as promised
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    SOLD

    If this sounds familiar - yes, it's the bass Dosi Y'Anarchy had on here two weeks ago. I traded it against a Jazz but have since got my hands on a nice Yamaha - so this one has to go again. The original listing of his is this one https://www.basschat.co.uk/topic/331130-traded-fender-50s-precision-honeyblonde/ Everything as mentioned there, the only difference is the neckplate - it has a Fender Squire one as he couldn't find the original one. But the plastic is still on the tuners The pic is from google, I'll upload some of the actual bass tonight when I am back home from work (my one has no cover on the bridge). It sounds, well, like a precision does. What I found is that it goes easily into semi distortion mode if you dig hard with a pick. I lowered the PUs as much as possible and now it has a pretty sweet slight extra edge to its sound. But I guess it depends a lot on how you play it. I can post or also meet within 50 miles of SE London. Here is the official spec description: Fender 50s Precision The 50s Precision Bass guitar delivers the look, sound and vibe of Fenders first basses without breaking the bank. Features include an alder body, maple neck, split single-coil Precision Bass pickup, volume and tone controls, gold anodized pickguard and vintage hardware. Body Body Shape: Precision Bass Neck Neck Shape: "C" Shape Number of Frets: 20 Fret Size: Vintage Style Frets Position Inlays: Black Dot Fretboard Radius: 7.25" (18.41 cm) Nut Width: 1.75" (44.45 mm) Scale Length: 34" (86.36 cm) Neck Plate: Vintage Style 4 Bolt Truss Rod Nut: Original Vintage Style Electronics Pickup Configuration: Single Split-Coil Pickup Middle Pickup: Vintage Precision Bass Split Single-Coil Pickup Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone Hardware Hardware: Nickel/Chrome String Nut: Synthetic Bone Tuning Machines: Vintage Style Reverse Tuning Machines Miscellaneous Unique Features: Vintage Styling, Anodized Aluminum Pickguard, Synthetic Bone Nut
  14. I went up a level to the Quilter bass block and Barefaced Supercompact - even louder The Ampeg is left and the 3rd gen ONE 10 - nice little setup on its own and I can post both items.
  15. Hi, yes, it's still here.
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