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  1. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0018lg7/stereophonics-live-in-cardiff-well-keep-a-welcome
  2. Nice, thanks for sharing! I was considering adding a pickguard to my burst 1024. I hadn't considered pickguard tape. I'm thinking of going traditional black/white/black!
  3. Alas, I am not near Suffolk, thanks though! And... I've found it now on the BD site 😊 I'll give Roksak a go. Thanks for the info!
  4. Hey y'all. I've recently become a proud onwner of a EVO-II. Can anyone recommended a gig bag or hard-case at a (fairly) reasonable price? I saw a mention of a RokSak large, but couldn't find one that fits. I know some other users have got a fairly cheap and cheerful hardcase from ebay, so I'd appreciate confirmation of one that fits and is up to the job! It's been a bit of a minefield trying to find something with the right dimensions. Cheers!
  5. Hi @Delta. Thanks for your message, I've sent some information over via private message
  6. Hello! For sale is my TC Electronic RH750 amp. It has served me well for a few gigs over the last couple of years. It's a well designed bit of kit. I'm finding I'm not using the full set of features of it though, as I'm setting EQ from my multi-effects pedal. It works well with effects, as it can be set to run pretty transparently. Plenty powerful enough for most gigs. I've never had it anywhere near half-way volume. I've really enjoyed using this as a quiet practice amp as well, as it has aux input and headphone output which is completely noiseless. I've only recently replaced this feature with a cab-sim emulation unit on my pedalboard (with aux and headphone connections). As pictured, it comes with a Swanflight case & footpedal to change EQ presets and enter tuning mode (with tuning information on the pedal). Comes with original boxes. Features: - Parametric EQ with 3 presets to save/load - Spectracomp compressor - Tubetone tune emulation - Aux in, headphone out - DI out (pre or post EQ)
  7. Electro-Harmonix Bass Big Muff Pi for sale. I was using it for a couple of tracks in the set, but I'm just about getting away with emulating it, to save pedalboard space. A little bit of wear, but nothing too extensive. I swear I saved the box, but I think the gremlins must have taken it! £40 delivered. Thanks!
  8. Have you considered replacing the tuners with Hipshot Ultralites? My 1024 felt much better after using those. I'm guessing it would change how it hangs. I can relate though. I have shoulder issues and the way a bass hangs is important. I noticed that one of my lighter basses causes more pain (Aerodyne vs BB434), I'm presuming due to the way it hangs.
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  11. Thanks for your feedback both! I'll give it a go. I guess 128 will have to do 😉 The MC6 looks like a good unit, good size and screen too. I wonder how people get on without the screens. I'd like to build my own controller at some point, but I'm sure I'll be busy enough with figuring it out and making the presets.
  12. I bought a used pickup that was advertised incorrectly. I only noticed 6 months later when I got around to install it & read the model/product code. Hot Stack Jazz vs Hot Jazz. Quite an important difference despite the name. I emailed and just got something like "OK, thanks".
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  14. Howdy all. I like how my Aftershock sounds & the range of tones I get out of it, but like many people I've heard, the 3 switches and preset mode don't cut it. The amount of times I've left it in the wrong mode or the wrong dial positions... I'm keen to hear if anyone has gone down the midi controller + hub route and stuck with it for live use? My pedalboard has a B3N on it, which is great in many ways, but the Aftershock is better in many ways for achieving the driven tones I want. If only more Aftershock presets were easily accessible in a live situation. I'm in a covers band where we play a range of rock with a good range of tones. I'm thinking of Motorhead, Audio slave, Muse. I realise there's a strong chance the audience won't care, the B3N would be fine or a core set of tones would be the way to go l, but hey 😁 Cheers!
  15. I agree! Could you tell us the settings @bassman7755? I've been thinking to get hold of a VT and was curious how close my B3n would get to it Of course, there's a range of sounds you can get out of a VT, so I guess you'll be able to get nearer some than others.
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