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Steve Browning last won the day on December 30 2020

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  1. It could be stuck on an island with Tom Hanks.
  2. I am presuming she's asking the same question on Singerchat.com? 🙂
  3. I would only make the suggestion that you think beyond the immediate need. I would expect the price differential between buying to cope now with what you may want in future to be sizeable. Certainly in respect of mixer channels.
  4. Interesting. What note is the open top string?
  5. I'm sure you're not actually implying that I don't but I am fortunate enough to have had enough compliments about my sound to suggest that I am achieving both our objectives.
  6. John Deacon on Queen II. That's my sound.
  7. I would just say scratch the itch and get it out of your system. I have loved the sound out of my (variously) Marshall, Sound City, Orange and Boogie all valve rigs but my current (valve pre/digital power stage) gives me the same result (to my ears). I clung on to my first Boogie amp for years and realised it just wasn't going to be used again. I didn't need to.
  8. Please know that I absolutely hate you (jealousy).
  9. I am very glad to have been a help to you and delighted you are (seemingly) as happy as I am with my Mesa gear. Good luck with the search for a trolley. As you say, not heavy but more bulky than anything. I carry one in each hand but negotiating doors can require choreography!!
  10. Glad to hear you're pleased. The TT will reduce the weight but not the tone.
  11. The Monique pre-amp, especially, is a wonderful looking piece of kit. Absolutely agree with you. Enjoy the new rig.
  12. I really don't imagine you'll be anything but delighted. I have always been wary of mixing speaker sizes but am completely reassured by Andy's explanation of how the Subway series are designed to work together. I keep thinking of getting a 2x15 and 2x12 and moving on the two 1x15s. Common sense is maintaining a slight lead at the moment!!
  13. It's all subjective, of course, but I couldn't disagree with you more. As I have said, my Mesa journey has taken me through a number of different amps/cabs but I've retained (to my ears) the same sound throughout that journey. I have also said that I struggled with the eq when I first got my Bass 400, in the 80's, but perseverance has paid off handsomely and I've saved a fortune over the years.
  14. I'm as happy as Jack when it comes to the volume control. Always flat out and I vary the strength of my plucking to achieve dynamics. It's not difficult to play at a whisper with everything flat out.
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