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  1. [quote name='Bill Fitzmaurice' post='80220' date='Oct 27 2007, 07:54 PM']With the crossover on the stage you can't run an aux feed to the subs, which is far more versatile. Get the 6 returns or get a few extra mic sends, all you need to convert them to returns is an XLR gender adaptor.[/quote] If you only have one monitor mix you could have the subs from an aux and the tops in stereo. I'd probably go for a mono mix, (subs from an aux), and 2 monitors mixes. If you need more than that you'll be playing bigger stages and probably needing 3 or 4 monitor mixes anyway.
  2. Hi, Next to the title of each thread is a little orange square showing when there has been a new post in that topic. If I use the "view new posts" feature the orange square no longer shows - is this just my pc or anyone else noticed the change? Cheers John
  3. That looks really interesting - how do you find the mounting? I'd have preferred a shock mount but at that price I'm tempted to get a couple - I've been toying with getting something so I can leave the C414's in the studio and this might be the bargain I've been waiting for. Cheers John
  4. Hi, I've just fitted a preamp to my Geddy so the original control plate with pots and socket is going spare. £25 posted sound fair enough? Cheers John
  5. While they may exist, I've never come across cabs that have the inputs in series. Parallel is the standard for daisy chaining. Cheers John
  6. Hi I bought this new and remember comparing it to the equivalent squier and tokai P basses (I guess the others would be worth a lot more but hey ho).
  7. They are excellent amps. I've got the predecessor GP11 combo and it's probably the best sounding I've tried. I tend to use my warwick/H&K more often as there easier to throw around on my own but I love the sound of the trace. For someone in a van/lockup band where you don't have to carry it on your own every time or for an amp to leave at a rehearsal room these would be hard to beat. £250/300 would be a fair price I'd say. Cheers John
  8. If you have two 8 ohm cabs and daisy chain them you will have 4 ohms. 8 & 8 in parrallel gives 4ohms. Just set the amp to 4ohms. Sounds like a very nice amp
  9. +1 for UPS arranged online on Tues pm for a speaker cab (32kg) to be collected in London and shipped to Hull, they collected on Wed just after lunch and delivered thurs at 8.30am cost £30 inc 600 insurance. -1 for DHL - failed to turn up to collect a speaker. Cheers John
  10. Welcome aboard You haven't come across a selection a WAL basses down the road by any chance? ;-) John
  11. Welcome aboard Mr Thunder
  12. If you're not going to play then tell him asap. It's easy get a bad repuation for stuff like that. I think you should play it, like ARGH says makes some charts and go for it. and if you make any mistakes, then it's his gig and his fault for not rehearsing ;-) Good luck!
  13. Now sold. Thanks to everyone who got in touch. and thanks Mike - nice to see it back in it's hometown.
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  16. [url="http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1983-Wal-Bass-Guitar_W0QQitemZ260168938408QQihZ016QQcategoryZ4713QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem"]http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1983-Wal-Bass-Guitar...1QQcmdZViewItem[/url] zero feedback but otherwise might be real? What do we think? I might email ask if it's ok to collect and pay cash. Cheers John
  17. Wow - that bass is stunning - if it plays half as good as it looks someone is going to get an awesome bass. More than I have available to spend, but I don't think it will be here for long.
  18. I assumed it was the same fretless he talked about in the dvd that came with the new album. and yes it did sound good.
  19. Hi all, I recently bought this Status Energy 5 string - it has been owned by a couple of BC members. Dr Dave added the graphite neck and did a great job of it. I think Beedster then had it and followed by Garbev and then myself. I love the sound of it so much I've been converted to the whole active thing and am looking at ways to get a similar tone out of my Jazz. If it was a 4 string I would keep it - 100%. But I bought it thinking it would be good way to get into 5 string playing and I'm not really adapting as quickly as I'd hoped so it isn't getting used.
  20. The are some nice little video lesons on the warwick website - worth checking out... [url="http://www.warwickbass.com/basssurvival101/index.htm"]http://www.warwickbass.com/basssurvival101/index.htm[/url] Cheers John
  21. No - they are still visible on my system.
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