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  2. [b]Boomstick Bottom Feeder[/b] Boomstick Audio Devices Bottom Feeder filter is the bass version of the acclaimed Mojo Hand Analogue Filter 442. Based on the same circuitry as the original DOD 440, but with a wider frequency range for bass guitar. A lovely 'bubbly' sounding filter, great for dub...and with a fuzz going into it is wicked too! Great review here from Bassfuzz.com [url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBLMXDYVK4Q"]https://www.youtube....h?v=wBLMXDYVK4Q[/url] I've built a clone now of this pedal, so the Boomstick is surplus to requirements. In good working condition, with velcro on base. [attachment=248742:20170630_140427.jpg] £60 ono inc. P&P Cheers!
  3. Garbev

    Gary bought my Tribal Planet gig bag. Came, collected & paid - no hassle straight forward transaction that we all want when selling. Nice chap - recommended. Cheers
  4. I've got a black version of this bass, same year... It's the one I've kept, after recently selling all my collection. Something special about these basses. GLWTS
  5. [b]Tribal Planet (GSX5BK) Semi-Rigid Gig Bag[/b] In great condition. This is my spare one, so hasn't seen much action. However, I've absolutely hammered my other Tribal Planet gig bag over the last ten years & it's still going strong! I'm down to a one bass policy now, so this is surplus to requirements & cluttering up my studio. These gig bags have a tremendous reputation, though sadly no longer available. Adjustable internal padding & neck brace to suit design of bass, along with good sized pockets - I managed to carry around a class D amp, leads & bass stand in mine to gigs! [url="http://s1087.photobucket.com/user/nickonbass69/media/20170630_140011_zpszprj3sly.jpg.html"][/url] [url="http://s1087.photobucket.com/user/nickonbass69/media/20170630_135956_zpskg5zug2x.jpg.html"][/url] [url="http://s1087.photobucket.com/user/nickonbass69/media/20170630_140025_zpsd7eek5p5.jpg.html"][/url] [url="http://s1087.photobucket.com/user/nickonbass69/media/20170630_140137_zpstlzkqkt4.jpg.html"][/url] Some daft youtube Tribal Planet clips on this gig bag demonstrating it's capabilities, though I [i]definitely[/i] wouldn't do any of these tests on my pride & joy! [url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXB9jpYhX1k"]https://www.youtube....h?v=ZXB9jpYhX1k[/url] [url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iM_UIGvPjeE"]https://www.youtube....h?v=iM_UIGvPjeE[/url] £35 collection from Bristol or South Wales preferred. May consider posting... Cheers!
  6. [b]Tascam CD-BT2 Bass Trainer[/b] In excellent condition, hardly used with original packaging & paperwork RRP. £119 Great piece of kit for learning songs & practicing Spec.s & product overview [url="http://tascam.com/product/cd-bt2/overview/"]http://tascam.com/pr...d-bt2/overview/[/url] [url="http://s1087.photobucket.com/user/nickonbass69/media/20170629_233208_zpsp1prutsy.jpg.html"][/url] [url="http://s1087.photobucket.com/user/nickonbass69/media/20170629_233251_zpsaecgaccv.jpg.html"][/url] [url="http://s1087.photobucket.com/user/nickonbass69/media/20170629_233226_zpsgow3dh1w.jpg.html"][/url] [s]£60[/s][b] £55 ONO inc. Postage[/b]
  7. [b]Fender Precision 'Ashtray' Bridge Cover (chrome)[/b] Used but in good condition no scratches etc... Fits standard Fender style sized (BBOT) P-bass bridges [url="http://s1087.photobucket.com/user/nickonbass69/media/20170629_185637_zpsqqiunpdx.jpg.html"][/url] £12 inc. postage
  8. Feedback for superbasstime

    Luke bought my Fender Road Worn off me... Prompt payment & good coms - nice chap. Recommended with thanks
  9. Feedback for PTB

    Paul, bought a set of Lakland Flats off me... Prompt payment & good coms. Recommended with thanks
  10. [quote name='superbasstime' timestamp='1494430244' post='3295922'] Is this still for sale? [/quote] Hi, yes still for sale . PM'd you. Cheers
  11. [quote name='lee650' timestamp='1494068558' post='3292981'] Any idea if the difference between this and the classic 50's is just the worn nitro finish? I don't normally go for relic'd basses,but this looks fantastic,especially the photo that makes it look pink!�� [/quote] Thanks Lee ... Regarding differences between this & the 'Classic 50s'... I tried two Classics prior to going for this, as I wasn't too sure about the relic thing at the time. Despite the Classic being a fantastic P-Bass (IMHO), there were enough differences to me with the Road Worn to persuade me to get it - nicer neck to play (with rolled edges) & a lighter more resonant body, maybe something to do with nitro finish(?) Few threads on BC on opinions & perceived differences between both these two types FYI: [url="http://basschat.co.uk/topic/277349-fender-road-worn-series/page__p__2968608__hl__road%20worn%20classic__fromsearch__1#entry2968608"]http://basschat.co.uk/topic/277349-fender-road-worn-series/page__p__2968608__hl__road%20worn%20classic__fromsearch__1#entry2968608[/url] [url="http://basschat.co.uk/topic/287289-nbd-fender-road-worn-precision-bass-fiesta-red/page__st__30__p__3088509__hl__road%20worn%20classic__fromsearch__1#entry3088509"]http://basschat.co.uk/topic/287289-nbd-fender-road-worn-precision-bass-fiesta-red/page__st__30__p__3088509__hl__road%20worn%20classic__fromsearch__1#entry3088509[/url]
  12. [quote name='JapanAxe' timestamp='1493729072' post='3290171'] Er... Can you prune a herd? [/quote] Sounds nicer than to 'cull'