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PaulWarning

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  1. PaulWarning

    Removing horn/tweeter

    I suppose if there's a crossover it could stop the higher frequencies going to the other speakers, just disconnect it before the crossover if there is one, doubt you could tell either way though, personally unless you're slapping I've never seen the point of a tweeter in a bass cab, I have mine switched off, not that I can tell if they're on or off
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    What do you value about your local music shop?

    depends on the rateable value apparently You will not pay business rates on a property with a rateable value of £12,000 or less. For properties with a rateable value of £12,001 to £15,000, the rate of relief will go down gradually from 100% to 0%. If your rateable value is £13,500, you'll get50% off your bill.
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    What do you value about your local music shop?

    depending on the size a lot of small shops have zero business rates to pay (don't know how much location has to do with it), I know my old newsagents shop falls into that category
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    Headset Mic

    Cheers, we've decided on something similar, the Shure WH20 XLR so we don't have to mess about using a different plug and phantom power, there doesn't seem many about that are not designed for use with some sort of power pack
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    Headset Mic

    anybody any experience of this one https://www.thomann.de/gb/shure_pga31.htm#bewertung
  6. PaulWarning

    Headset Mic

    Our drummer does backing vocals, trouble is he keeps moving his head while playing so a headset mic would seem to be the answer, don't want to pay a lot and doesn't have to be wireless, any suggestions anybody?
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    Cover versions of songs with discomforting lyrics

    if it was released today it would probably be banned, I'm always surprised that it's still played on the radio,
  8. PaulWarning

    Cover versions of songs with discomforting lyrics

    ah yes, I remember that description of a certain brown colour, there was an Agatha Christie book called "10 little n*****s" later retitled "and then there were none", and the less said about Guy Gibson's dog the better, although the last time I saw the Dambusters it hadn't been edited out as it had been previousley. Funny old world
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    Cover versions of songs with discomforting lyrics

    perhaps I ought clarify, we, quite rightly, don't use the N word because it upsets a lot of people and has racist connections , but to the older generation the C word is just as upsetting (my 92 year old mum for a start) yet it's regularly used in public and social media, personally I'm not bothered by it unless I'm in company who are upset by it. Yet in the 70's there were comedy shows that used the N word
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    Bargain Precision?

    the story goes, which you've probably heard, when JJ broke the the green one thumping it to get feedback he had it repaired but it was never the same, he tried hundreds of P's and never found one that sounded like the one one he broke, don't know if it's true, good story though. I do know the last time I saw them live, Peaches just didn't sound right at all. Wait a minute, you said had, you mean you let it go?
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    Bargain Precision?

    not heard J J Burnel's green Precision then?
  12. PaulWarning

    Bargain Precision?

    well they have too, they make a product that doesn't wear out, so the only way they can keep selling it is to try and convince bass players to buy another one by tweaking it
  13. PaulWarning

    Cover versions of songs with discomforting lyrics

    sounds about right
  14. PaulWarning

    I'd like a bass that sounds like this. Any suggestions?

    that would explain it I suppose,
  15. PaulWarning

    I'd like a bass that sounds like this. Any suggestions?

    you mean like a Jazz? you'd have to have a Hi Pass filter set at about 300 Hz to make it sound anything like that (if you've not guessed not impressed) perhaps something was lost in the recording
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