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Burns-bass

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  • Birthday 16/05/1981

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  1. Always wanted one of these. Looks amazing!
  2. I list all my bases at the price I'll accept (with the addition of fees and associated nonsense that eBay brings). That means BC members get a healthy discount. eBay is basically gumtree now. It's an online marketplace offering fixed price listings for most things.
  3. Yes, I get that. In the end, we built a room around the DB (as preposterous as that sounds, it's true). In the end we converted my loft and I've got the DB up there now. It's a great adventure that never ends...
  4. Also, I'm not sure if Simon is still setting them up, but if he is then that's worth every penny. Simon is one of the best guitar and bass techs out there, as well as being a thoroughly lovely chap.
  5. I thought books and low value packages were outside of duty calculations. Such a shame!
  6. Turns out, Jeff is a Bassmaster! https://m.bassmaster.com/anglers/jeff-duncan-0 (Caution: May contain fishing content!)
  7. I’d recommend getting some lessons. You’ll also likely find that as soon as you play a real DB you’ll want one (I know I did). The DB does something to people that I don’t quite understand. I could basically play 5 notes in tune and got gigs. It really is that easy (and I was rubbish). It’s like being the popular kid at school…
  8. Few in the queue for this one. But will update the listing as soon as it’s gone…
  9. Here’s a selection of books I’ve either completed or don’t need. All in good condition. Postage at cost, let’s chat if you want more than 1. Berklee Jazz - £10 Janek - Chop Builder & ii V i - £18 each (Chordal Harmony sold!) Felix Pastorius - £18 Rhythm Changes in 12 keys - £10 Jazz Bass book - £12 Mark Levine Jazz Book - £18 Serious Electric Bass - £15 Approaching the standards - £7 Duke Ellington play along - £8 Chord basics - £3 Sitting with the bigband - £7 Beatles - £10
  10. I got this years ago in a box of stuff. I think it’s for use with a looper. You stamp on it and it provides the bass drum sound. I’m no Ed Sheeran, bjt perhaps you are? If so. It’s yours for postage…
  11. Behringer audio interface. This is great and was used for a recording project that never worked out. Basically as new, £25 delivered? Specs UMC22 Audiophile 2x2 USB Audio Interface with Midas Mic Preamplifier 2x2 USB audio interface for recording microphones and instruments Audiophile 48 kHz resolution for professional audio quality Compatible with popular recording software including Avid Pro Tools*, Ableton Live*, Steinberg Cubase*, etc. Streams 2 inputs / 2 outputs with ultra-low latency to your computer, supporting Mac OS X* and Windows XP* or higher State-of-the-art, Midas designed Mic Preamplifier with +48 V phantom power Powerful Phones output with Level control and Direct Monitor select Status, Signal and Clip indications for perfect overview
  12. Here are two pretty much brand new Session Cakes from Yamaha. These come boxes with all instructions. I don’t have the phono leads with these (I’ll see if I can find them!) These were super expensive years ago, but I don’t know what they’re worth know so taken a punt. Prices include postage. £20 for the SC01 £30 for the SC02
  13. As I’ve said above, I’ve got 2 sets of chromes. These are new and only bought in the last couple of months. Im nkt gigging so I don’t carry a spare set (long scale) and I’m selling my medium scale, so won’t need them. I’ve checked and I think £40 delivered is fair.
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