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  1. PS. Trevor will know about the controls
  2. I didn't notice this thread till now. It made a great read. Great story and congratulations to Andy for a superb job. Ewan, you must be chuffed. PS. Get a shave, young man.
  3. I'm always talking about him. A great innovator. He basically combined a very guitary approach (chords and bluesy solos) with trad bass playing...in one go.
  4. I use the -27s (bought via the £40 MU scheme). Good at killing higher frequencies but they still let a lot of boomy stuff through.
  5. Tempting. Any chance of a video or sound file?
  6. https://youtu.be/kuATlRNAyXs When I first started playing bass in the late 70's and early 80's loads of people had a very similar sound to this. Nice and clean, played with a pick. Maybe I'm getting old and nostalgic but I tend to prefer it it to the soft, finger-style sound you're more likely to hear these days.
  7. It does seem a bit slow. It took me 16 months to sell one bass and I sold another recently after it was up here for a couple of weeks through a Facebook page instead. As others have noticed, there are many more foreign sellers here than before. That maybe significant, I don't know. The Facebook pages are getting really popular and are good for buyers as they often offer better deals than here. Wal basses sell quickly for £5,000 which I find weird...but I dont want to sell mine.
  8. Yes! Well spotted...wilddog B. Hastily made video. Yep, I agree, bass B fits the Serge sound.
  9. Yes! Well spotted...wilddog B. Hastily made video. Yep, I agree, bass B fits the Serge sound.
  10. It on the back of the top born. You can just see its shadow on the pic that shows the back of the bass
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