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  1. I’ve had this for a while as backup at gigs. The machine-heads were upgraded to Schiller and I bought new individual bridges to upgrade from standard too. Plays well with a fast neck. The frets could do with a file on the edges in a couple of places but a great bass for the money. Active EQ and multi scale fan fret. It was £150 new without upgrades. There are one or two dink’s which I’ve tried to photograph but nothing major at all. No gig bag for this so collection only please from West Kingsdown in Kent. A great bass for £90! Official blurb: Fan Fret, Multi-Scale Design Boasting a 34.5" scale on the high string and 35.5" at the low end, the RedSub INF Fan Fret Bass Guitar offers premium construction with comfortable playability. With a body made from USA basswood, the INF Fan Fret offers a comfortable playing experience and eye-catching design due to the ergonomic bevel cut in the top of the instrument. Combine this with a deep cutaway and curved neck heel and you have easy access to each of the 24 extra jumbo frets. Versatile Tones, Ideal for Stage of Studio The pair of humbuckers have been specifically designed to complement the construction of the bass guitar. They're angled to accommodate the fanned construction, being at the sweet spot for each string. The neck pick up sounds fuller and warmer, ideal for reggae or jazz, while the bridge pick up provides all the growl and articulation needed for rock, indie and punk. Twin adjustable volume and tone controls allow you to blend between each pickup whilst having control of the character of the sound, creating a bass guitar that suits a number of styles, and is equally at home on stage, studio or rehearsal room. Specifications Body & Bridge Body: USA Basswood Finish: Black Gloss Bridge: Fixed Neck & Fingerboard Construction: Bolt-On Neck: Maple Fingerboard: Thermally Treated Maple Ply Scale Length: 34.5" - 35.5" Nut Width: 42mm Fret Material: Extra Jumbo Pickups & Hardware Pick-ups: 2 x Humbucker Hardware: Black Machine Heads: Die-cast tuners Controls: 2 x Volume, 2 x Tone
  2. Here’s my updated rig. I have a Tech 21 VT500 and Mark Bass LM3 (MB is backup incase god forbid I get a failure on the Tech 21), into a Trace Elliott Elf 1x10. Homemade pedal board on top has a Line6 G75 Wireless into a Boss TU-3 then into a Thumpinator. All this is DI’d into the PA for front of house. Really small footprint and an easy carry/setup. Very happy 😊🎶👍🏼🎵
  3. That is a really good idea, I didn’t think of using something like that. Could solve some other problems with storage too. Thank you 👍🏼
  4. I’ve just got hold of a Tech 21 VT Bass 500 and I’m after a bag or case for it. The official one seems to be unavailable everywhere. Does anyone else have a 3rd party solution for storage of this amp?
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  6. Thanks mate! Here are a few shots of the bass. My rig is a MarkBass LM3 with an EWS Trilogic 2 preamp. My on stage speaker is a Trace Elf 1x10 and then a DI into our PA. I roll the tone on the P Bass fully off and then bring it back up slowly until I hear a small fizz of treble. Strung with Fender Flats.
  7. Tweed Ltd Edition on eBay : https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F113810227466
  8. Good sound and lovely bass!
  9. That’s exactly what I do except a MarkBass LM3. The Trace 1x10 is more than enough for onstage and the PA handles the rest. Great cabs.
  10. I play through a Trace Elliot Elf 1x10 but DI into our PA (which has 2x18” subs). On stage sound it great and FOH is great. Personally I’d not play a gig solely with the 1x10 and no PA support but would feel comfortable with a pair of them without PA support. As people say above, it depends on your band, needs and the other instruments you will be playing with.
  11. No, I’ve had it about 2 years now. Just never had a video of me playing it before 😄
  12. My Capri Orange/Maple Limelight P Bass in action last weekend. Lovely to play and to you ears, sounds great 😎 (shame about the bloke playing it!) 😄 ABBDCC44-C39E-4E91-96FF-16D95F234166.MOV
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