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  1. I saw them at the Brixton whatever-it's-called-now a couple of years ago and the sound wasn't that good. Ronnie's will be an altogether different proposition.

    I so much prefer smaller gigs, for the sound and the atmosphere. And you can see the sweat! Large stadium gigs leave me cold. So do pyrotechnics and such shenanigans. 

     

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  2. You want 'heft'? Look no further!  Massive effortless power. 

    Bought a few years ago from this very parish and barely used. Giggled and rehearsed with a Barefaced BB2 and the amp was on tick-over. Bridged, it delivers a real 700w into an 8 ohm cab. Comes with an embarrassingly pristine flight case made to fit the QSC by Swan. Does what it should.    I'm not gigging now and have bought a small powered speaker for home.    An bomb-proof OBBM speaker cable (for bridged used) is included.     Pick up preferred.   It's not really that heavy!

    I've cheekily lifted the description below from Amaz*n.

    Description

    Takes over the room but not your rack. At only 2 rack spaces, 13" deep, and 21 lbs., the QSC PLX1202 audio amp cranks out up to 1,200 watts (bridge mono mode @ 4 ohms) of crystal-clean power without generating a lot of heat in your rack. The PLX1202 features PowerWave technology for bigger bass, cleaner highs, and greater reliability; and Advanced Thermal Management for lower temps with variable-speed fan and precision-fitted heat shroud. Stereo: 200W @ 8 ohms, 325W @ 4 ohms, 600W @ 2 ohms. Mono bridged: 400W @ 16 ohms, 700W @ 8 ohms, 1,200W @ 4 ohms. Less than .01% distortion.

    Features & details

    • Stereo: 200W @ 8 ohms 325W @ 4 ohms 600W @ 2 ohms Mono bridged: 400W @ 16 ohms 700W @ 8 ohms 1,200W @ 4 ohms
    • At only 2 rack spaces, 13" deep, and 21 lbs
    • , the QSC PLX1202 audio amp cranks out up to 1,200 watts (bridge mono mode @ 4 ohms) of crystal-clean power without generating a lot of heat in your rack
    • The PLX1202 features PowerWave technology for bigger bass, cleaner highs, and greater reliability; and Advanced Thermal Management for lower temps with variable-speed fan and precision-fitted heat shroud
    • Stereo: 200W @ 8 ohms, 325W @ 4 ohms, 600W @ 2 ohms
     

    Product information

     

    Product Dimensions 24 x 18.3 x 6 inches
    Item Weight 26.3 pounds

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  3. My BB2 gen 3: Tremendous cab, powerful & light. I'm not gigging at the moment and using a powered cab at home. Bought a couple of years ago from this esteemed parish and used occasionally.

    There's loads of information on the web about this cab & Barefaced has plenty here too: https://barefacedbass.com/product-range/Big-Baby-2.htm

    No dings, handle is secure, feet are solid. Padded cover by Hotcovers included.

    Collection from South London SE24.

    Sale only, no trades!

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  4. For sale is my Olympic White P bass. It's seen action on several continents and has a few battle scars to prove it.

    It has started to fade to a nice vintage cream.

    Truss rod is smooth, everything works as it should. I bought it new with a white scratch plate and also an additional tort plate at the same time. Currently wearing the white. Frets are good, Schaller strap lock buttons installed. 

    Shod with La Bella flats & will include unused DR Hi Beams too. 

    Soundwise it does the P bass thing. Has a fairly chunky neck. A good working bass!

    No hard case but can include a soft case.

    Sale only, no trades, pick up only. May be able to meet up in central London for exchange of bass/cash/bank transfer!

    Weight is 4.2kg or 9lb 5oz in old money. 

    £850.

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  5. Prefer the second bass. However it's so close as to be immaterial certainly for live and probably also recording. Go through some plug-ins, nice valve compressors and eq and either bass will sound fab and different again. And that's before mixing eq, mastering eq/compression. 

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