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  1. Moving to Canada so this needs to be sold ASAP - needs to be gone before 23/11/2020. Great condition. Fantastic amp, absolutely would not be selling unless I had to. Priced at £SOLD for quick sale. Prefer London Collection (based in Forest Hill SE23). No trades. 

    Happy to deliver within reason. Also, I do have a self-made little carry case. Not in photos, but can be used to transport. 

    Here's a link to specs: http://www.markbass.it/product-detail/little-mark-iii/

    Thanks all!

     

     

     

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  2. On 25/09/2020 at 09:33, Shaggy said:

    I think at the start of Kramer production Koa was used for the bodies (as with Travis Beans),  but they soon switched to using maple and American black walnut (the 450B being walnut; also it didn't have block shaped markers).   I have a 650B and 450B and don't find them unduly heavy.

    Lovely example in the OP and a good price, GLWTS! :i-m_so_happy:

    Yeah. Prior to buying this a few people mentioned to me that it might be too heavy or have balance issues. I never had balance issues and I actually don't think it's that heavy at all IMO (does sound heavy). My main bass is a shergold modulator.... now that's heavy.  


  3. 28 minutes ago, Dad3353 said:

    Apparently, Canada is 120v (sometimes marked as 110v; it matters not...). No, that amp won't work there, unless you invest in a 'step-up' transformer. That would need to be able to handle the power draw (over 500w, to have some margin...), so would be rather cumbersome. I'd suggest selling the amp and buying another once settled over there. Hope this helps. :friends:

    Very helpful both! Thank you!

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  4. Hey all, 

    Moving to Canda in a few months and wondering what to do about my amp. I've got a Mark Bass Little Mark III and matching 1x15 cab. Would love to keep them but a few people have advised to just get rid as the voltage difference means to covert is a big heachache. Anyone with experience have any views??

    Attached some photos below of specs. Don't know why they're blurry - too much coffee maybe.

    Ta! 

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  5. 50 minutes ago, Dapper Bandit said:

    Not a scholar by any means but I believe effector 13 were a company that collaborated / licenced some of Devi's designs? So, better build quality but same, shall we say esoteric circuitry?

    If you really want a deep dive, ilovefuzz.com was originally started by Devi and would probably be the best source of information.

    Cheers Dapper Bandit. I'll have a read. They are pretty esoteric!


  6. Diago pedal board for sale. Pretty good condition. Nothing major. Chain-link diago powersupply included (hence £50 rather than £40 TBH). 

    £50 - perfer collection from London (Forest Hill Area), but will post as long as you pay for it.

    Full specs for the gigman can be found here: http://www.diago.co.uk/pedalboards/diago-pedalboards.html

    Photos below and more here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/cw1pYgvTT7d7mccZ6

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  7. Hi hive mind. Got these two effector 13 pedals that I am probably gonna sell but wanted to pot on here to see if people know much more about them! So hard to dig up info. They are both batshit crazy!

    Pics below of the Improbability drive (the most unpredicatble dist/OD pedal ever, some amazing tones and sometimes just silence 🤣). And the Truly Beautiful Disaster. (an amazing loop/oscilator pedal with a light sensitive eye.controller). 

    Super keen to know whether you guys know more about origin etc!

     

     

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  8. Charlie Stringer's Blue Doo pedal  (Snarling Dogs). Not bass specific as I'm aware but a good and versatile overdirve/distortion pedal. I've only ever used with bass and I've used it a lot. True bypass option. Loads of versatility. Porobaly best suited to growling blues tones. Cool design - yes the eyes do light up (joy!). All in good working order.  

    £40 (PRICE DROP) - perfer collection from London (Forest Hill Area), but will post as long as you pay for it.

    Few picture below and more here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/Ybgp4TPhDTwdjpUZ6

     

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  9. Awesome bass overdrive pedal. Potentially overlooked because it's ugly as sin. Loads of great reviews online. This has been a staple on my board for aaaaaages now, removing countless more boutique overdrive pedals - which shows on the fact it looks well-used. All in perfect working order. Lots of options, good clean signal through. Simple as. Built like a tank. 

    £SOLD - perfer collection from London (Forest Hill Area), but will post as long as you pay for it.

    One picture below and more here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/FS3uiWtZ91KbEV3u5

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  10. Having a clearout due to move. Here's a DigiTech Multi-Voice Chorus Pedal. Pretty much mint condition. Here's some blurb: DigiTech's exclusive Multi-Voicing technology, this Multi-Chorus pedal allows users to morph through a broad range of voices, resulting in a unlimited supply of lush multi-voice sounds.

    £25 ONO - prefer collection from London (Forest Hil) but will post as long as you pay postage.

    Features:
    - Multi-voice chorus
    - Blend from 1 to 16 voices
    - Voice randomization
    - Stereo and switchable CIT Cabinet Modeling outputs

    - Power Supply: 9V Alkaline Dry Battery
    - Power Consumption: 4.8Watts (w/optional PS200R power supply)
    - Battery Life: Approximately 4 hours (with continuous usage)
    - Dimensions: 4 15/16"(L) x 3 1/8"(W) x 2 1/8"(H)
    - Unit Weight: 1.38 lbs

    Pictures below and a few more here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/9SruuqQbZycJiQyJ6

     

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  11. Up for sale is this well cared for Fender Jazz Marcus Miller sig bass. Made in Japan. Lovely thing and only selling because I'm moving. All original, no replaced parts. Bought new back in 2006 I think (hazy memory) from Electo Music in Doncaster. Selling for £800 ONO. 

    Would prefer collection from South East London (Near Forest Hill). But could courier.

    • 2 band active EQ (with freshly installed battery) with active/passive switch. 
    • Neck and frets in good condition - there is a picture of a tiny bit of lacquer missing in the upper side of one of the frets. Doesn't affect anything other than cosmetics.
    • Truss rod works. Set-up low.
    • Comes with a fender hardcase - the one I bought it new with. 
    • Serial Number is S047443 - which dates it to 2006-2008.

    Seome pics below and more pictures here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/HQ6FDgHZLfzBePU98

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  12. Moving abroad and reluctantly selling this Kramer 450B. In good condiction - missing surrounds on pickups (pretty common as they were so delicate.  All in good working order. Has a few very minor dings unerneath the pots, and some very minor scratches on the back. I have a basic hardcase that I will supply to whoever buys - not the original one though.  Selling for £750 ONO.

    Seial number 21741 - Made in USA

    Would prefer local collection (south East London - Forest Hill Area) but could courier. 

    In terms of specs - probably best to look here: http://www.vintagekramer.com/alum.htm 

    Some photos below and more photos here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/RHb5GvvD8vUXBb5k6

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  13. Moving abroad and can't take this with me. In good condiction. Has a few very minor dings (see pics). I have the a very good hard case for it (included).  Absolutely lovely acoustic bass (IMO). For some reason theses always seemed hard to come by in the UK - I got this one off some guy in Ireland who bought loads of acoustics for his school music classes but apparently none of the kids wanted to play bass 🤣.  Selling for £250 ONO.

    Would prefer local collection (south East London - Forest Hill Area) but could courier. 

    In terms of specs:

    Jumbo Cut-away Shape, Solid Cedar Top, Figured Ash Back And Sides, Mahogany Set Neck, Fishman® Sonicore under-saddle transducer pickup, Fishman® Classic 4T Bass preamp featuring onboard tuner, 4-band EQ, volume control and low-battery indicator light, 22 frets, 34" scale length.

    Some photos below and more photos here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/vsAxwrsYNwPG5oqbAimageproxy.php?img=&key=d49e236f730b63a2

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  14. Moving abroad and reluctantly selling this Kramer 450B fretless bass. In good condiction - knobs are not original but a very tasteful replacement. There is actually a spare orginal pot in case which I held onto. All in good working order. Has a few very minor dings unerneath the pots, which are hardly noticable. Small crack on the neck pickup surround - these are notoriously fragile (but has held up for years). I have the original hardcase, which is also in remarkably good condition.  SOLD.

    Seial number 22025 - Made in USA

    Would prefer local collection (south East London - Forest Hill Area) but could courier. 

    In terms of specs - probably best to look here: http://www.vintagekramer.com/alum.htm 

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