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  1. This maybe the best suggestion. Thank you
  2. Thanks for the suggestions. It really doesn't look like there's anything on the market that fits my description in any way.
  3. I guess I could wear Seinheiser phones and plug them into a mixer with mic so I can hear the band....bit it would be good if there's an all-in-one solution - active phone with mics. A bit like big hearing aids that also cut ambient sound. Know what I mean?
  4. Unfortunately the wax is back within a couple of weeks, there doesn't seem to anything I can do about apart from have it removed when it's really bad. My dad has the same problem.
  5. I wonder if anyone can help? Regarding hearing protection/ear plugs, etc, I have a problem with ear wax and anything I push in my ear compresses it against my ear drums...with horrible, distressing results: distortion, discomfort among them. Is there anything I could wear on the outside of my ears...something more sophisticated than industrial ear muffs, obviously? I'd need something that could pick up ambient sound so I could hear the band. Are the any such thing as filtered ear protection that I could wear on my outer ear? Is there anything like closed headphones that have mics or something? I have Googled like mad, haven't found any solutions so I thought I'd ask you guys. Any sensible suggestions very welcome.
  6. SGC Nanyo Bass Collection 5 SOLD

    First time I've been tempted by a five string. Beautiful bass.
  7. Love 4 string basses but....

    4 - string = fun 5, 6, 7, string = no fun
  8. Stevie Jo Dooley from Bristol is a really good bassplayer. She sings and always accompanies herself on bass
  9. I know a lot of them...including quite a few double bass players. They tend not to drone on and on about it like blokes... or post up to forums much.
  10. Everson 4 string - ON HOLD

    I'm tempted. Paul's Basses are amazing.
  11. Importing One pickup from the US: Total Rip-off

    No, you've got that wrong. It's about the same price when you add the shipping...actually a fiver cheaper.
  12. Importing One pickup from the US: Total Rip-off

    As if I hadn't paid enough already.
  13. One Nordstrand Big Blademan $169.00 USPS Shipping $48.60 Import VAT £28.13 USPS is handled by Parcelforce in the UK: Clearance fee (zero rated for VAT): £11.25 So the original value of the pickup was £120 and the shipping, clearance and VAT amount to over £88 In Total: £208 for one pickup. Can you imagine what it's going to be like after March 2019 when these fees will be also be slapped over European goods?
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