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  • Birthday 18/06/1990

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  1. Hello! I've decided to sell my Morley wah as I'm rarely using it. Apart from the replacement glow in the dark Grip tape, it's in great condition. I've got velcro strips on the underside but I can take them off if you want. The original rubber treadle matt was missing when I bought it but I put this glow in the dark skateboard grip tape on so I could see it on dark stages. it does that job perfectly and grips your foot very well. Again though can be taken off if necessary. I'm selling this cheap so no, I'm not open to offers on it. £50 plus £5 for delivery. I will consider a straight swap against a TC Electronic Sentry noise gate but nothing else. Thanks!
  2. What a great gesture from Rotosound! Fair play to you. The reason I play bass and reason I got my first set of Rotosounds was Steve Harris. Stuck a set of the SH77 flats on my Epiphone bass and used them for ages. Loved them. Moved back to using round wounds after that and was drawn to use Rotos again because of Geddy Lee & Duff McKagan.
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  4. Just sold a Sansamp Paradriver to Lewis. Absolute pleasure to deal with and a really easy transaction. Thanks!
  5. The Black Strat got bought for $3,975,000 by the guy who owns the Indianapolis Colts NFL team. He also bought the acoustic that "Wish You Were Here" was recorded on for $900k! Glad they've not gone to a museum or the bloody Hard Rock vaults.
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  7. I sold a TC Flashback Mini delay to James and he's been a real pleasure to deal with. Payment on the dot and all round pleasant transaction. Highly recommended! Enjoy setting that thing to 1/16th notes and being a lazy sod like me
  8. Hi there I've recently changed all the hardware on my bass from Black to Chrome/Nickel so instead of these sitting around or me inevitably finding a project bass for the bits, I thought I'd offer them out (even at this moment I'm thinking of a black'd out project bass). Need to re-coup a bit of the money from changing all the hardware (Hipshot stuff wasn't cheap!) I will say this first, I'm not interested in splitting this lot, I'd rather it gone as one set. So, the bits I have are as follows: 4 tuners with screws: 2x2 set up, lightweight but smooth and hold tuning very well. 3/8" diameter with standard shape tuning key 1 high mass bridge with screws: Looks a bit like the new Fender Geddy Lee bridge but with standard saddles. Very chunky, plenty of sustain but also plenty of adjustment. Roughly 8x5cm and has standard 5 hole mounting. 4 dome top knurled metal knobs: will only fit split shaft pots 2 strap buttons with screws I'll upload some pics a little later on. I'm sure someone will find use for them before I do! £40 plus £5 postage (paypal/bank transfer accepted) or cash on collection from central Bedfordshire is welcome. Thanks
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  10. From the price and description, I'd say it's the much later black Power Wah
  11. Hey guys I've recently got this pedal as a present but basically, I prefer something with a normal tap tempo. I will say though, I've been so impressed by this pedal so far that the only reason I'm selling it is to get the full fat Flashback and use it with my tap tempo thing. There is a story behind it though: Recently TC Electronic & Devin Townsend held a competition for someone to win a pedalboard made up by Devin Townsend. My mate won this competition but gave me the Flashback Mini as a present. So, this pedal has been touched and played by Devin Townsend (if you're in to that sort of thing haha!). This pedal does have it's own "tap tempo" feature but basically, you hold down the foot switch and it picks up the pattern of your playing, adjusting the delay time to fit it. Great idea for on the fly changes! These pedals also feature the extremely tweakable "tone print" which can be changed the usual ways via the USB port or through the weird signal thing it does through your pickups. It's a great pedal if you want a very versatile delay and you don't have much room on your board. Anyway, I'd like £50 for it as it's basically new and these sell for £70+ new and still appear for £60 on the used market. Obviously there is no box for this pedal but it will be packaged very securely. Postage is £3.90. -SOLD-
  12. Have just had a reply, it's a 10k B (Linear) pot so I might set about fixing it tonight if I still have a spare 10k B pot around.
  13. Typically I don't have a multi meter either! haha. Must get one of those ordered but for future reference, that is great advice, thank you! Yeah I've fired them off another email just asking for info on the pot instead of them giving me a replacement. Hoping for a quick reply though as I'm hoping to use it in my live rig again from July onwards (as it is actually a very good noise gate but cheap pots detract from it!) so yeah, want it sorted haha!
  14. I couldn't see one similar by Vishay when i googled it unfortunately. Thing is, I don't know if this one is Log or Linear either.
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