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  1. pedant hat on. a taste of honey isnt a Beatles cover and its Herb Alpert .
  2. well if you believe everything you read in the news papers ...............
  3. is that a young Jimmy Page @ 6;10 ?
  4. i think the first thing id do is check the plug fuse and if theres any fuses in the amp rather than than buy something else.
  5. good sounding lightweight cab for only £250 . luverly
  6. well if its the one ive just watched recorded in 2018 ,,, listening through headphones it didnt sound like keys to me
  7. A watch-it on 5.8GHz wireless systems Print view POST A REPLY 2 posts • Page 1 of 1 A watch-it on 5.8GHz wireless systems by Wonks » Tue Nov 05, 2019 11:07 am Whilst perusing Amazon for guitar-related items, I noticed that I was being proffered ads for 5.8GHz wireless guitar systems (other types of wireless systems are also available). These just seem to be simple frequency variations on 2.4GHz and 5GHz systems already available. e.g. https://www.amazon.co.uk/LEKATO-Wireles ... nts&sr=1-8 However, there is no warning in these ads that unlike 2.4GHz or 5GHz bands, that in the UK the 5.8GHz band isn't license free. It's lightly regulated by Ofcom, basically to keep track of what's where and hopefully avoid band overload in the future, but it still legally requires you to buy a license and register the device with Ofcom (all a fairly painless on-line procedure). https://www.ofcom.org.uk/manage-your-li ... ess-access The band is really designed for fixed devices to communicate wirelessly, such as CCTV cameras, so is not really meant to be used for devices that can move geographically, though I doubt a single unit will break the system. But as such, whilst licenses are only £1 each (so it doesn't cost too much to register all the CCTV cameras in an office building), there is a minimum charge of £50, renewable annually (spellcheck suggested 'anally', which would be even more of a PITA). So buying one of these devices isn't a cheap proposition, plus the fact that you'll be using it as a 'secondary' user, so may get disruption from the primary users of the band, using much more powerful transmitters. And if you don't get a license, you'll be breaking the law. didnt notice before but if that article is correct its to be renewed annually
  8. does the licence for 5.8 ghz have to be renewed every year ?
  9. nikon F

    Pmt..

    if it does turn out to be an own goal ,,,,,,maybe we'ill find out they got Gerald Ratner to think of the ad www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKtBkVrqYYk
  10. 😁 apart from Grav of course 😁
  11. well having listened to that ( well maybe 30 seconds of that ) i think i'll rush out later and get their 1990 release of William Bennett Is My D1ck ,,,oh and while i'm there i might as well get the More stinky poo E.P. (1992) NOT. 🤢
  12. another one joining the great band in the sky.
  13. this one looks good ,,,so ,im going with this one.
  14. GOTOH pronounced ...go--toe got-o or a.n.other ? please.... i woz just wondering ...thanks
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