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moley6knipe

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  1. If I were going to have a five string P built that’s what I’d go for. I’m a sucker for lollipops. Love the look of this, and the weight?! Man alive, I can see chambered basses being in my future! GLWTS, if I had the cash I would love this…
  2. That’s an amazing bass! I love this. GLWTS!
  3. Updated this ancient sale ad… ignore the £116 price from the original listing. Happy to take offers!
  4. Price is for all four strings, won't split. £9 PayPal F&F, includes Royal Mail 2nd Class (UK mainland only). No trades thanks. Having a pedal and strings clear-out: search for tag MoleSaleFeb22. Long scale Rounds. Had these knocking around for years in my strings tub. Never used - have been in a box in their paper sleeves in the house. My feedback. Thanks for looking!
  5. Price is for all four strings, won't split. £10 PayPal F&F, includes Royal Mail 2nd Class (UK mainland only). No trades thanks. Having a pedal and strings clear-out: search for tag MoleSaleFeb22. Had these knocking around for years in my strings tub. Never used - have been in a box in their paper sleeves in the house. I guess they're steel, not nickel, because I'm a recent nickel convert. My feedback. Thanks for looking!
  6. £16 PayPal F&F, includes Royal Mail 2nd Class (UK mainland only). No trades thanks. Having a pedal and strings clear-out: search for tag MoleSaleFeb22. EPS165-5 long scale rounds. Unopened, unused, a year or so old I think. Just not using steels any more. Includes a bonus 65 D string - unused, but opened, many years old. My feedback. Thanks for looking!
  7. £22 PayPal F&F, includes Royal Mail 2nd Class (UK mainland only). No trades thanks. Having a pedal and strings clear-out: search for tag MoleSaleFeb22. Unopened, unused, a few months old. Amazing strings. A really massive sound, great response across the spectrum. Unique, I would say. I love them, but after a trial my usual D'Addario Nickels are the ones for me. My feedback. Thanks for looking!
  8. £43 PayPal F&F, includes Royal Mail Signed For 2nd Class (UK mainland only). No trades thanks. Having a pedal and strings clear-out: search for tag MoleSaleFeb22. Fantastic drive / grit pedal, from a little breakup to some thick distortion. Blend control is invaluable. Level pad switch. Hook velcro on the bottom. Boxed. Battery or PSU (EU PSU included FWIW): usual Boss centre negative DC, draws 22mA. Manual says: "Internal Bypass Mode Switch ... remove the Bass Soul Food’s bottom cover ... When the switch is set to True, its upper position, bypass will be True Bypass ... When the switch is set to Buffer, its lower position, bypass will be Buffered ... The switch is normally set to “True” in the factory". I've never had the back off, personally. My feedback. Thanks for looking!
  9. £100 PayPal F&F, includes Royal Mail Tracked 48 postage (UK mainland only). No trades thanks. Having a pedal and strings clear-out: search for tag MoleSaleFeb22. Fantastic chorus and flange pedal, great range of sounds and you can retain / lose the low end as you need. A few minor chips to the paint work but in excellent working condition. Hook velcro on the bottom. Boxed. Battery or PSU (neither included): usual Boss centre negative DC, draws 30mA. Manual says: "An internal switch selects TRS Stereo Hardwire bypass or Mono True bypass. Factory set to Mono True bypass". So you live and learn... I've never had the back off, personally. My feedback. Thanks for looking!
  10. How is this still here? One of the greatest amps ever made, basically unused for £400?! Bargain of the decade!
  11. Gawd I bet that Ampeg sounds great through that cab when cranked! I have no practical need for a Twin but I still want one!!
  12. Time for an update! Since the last iteration I've lost the Looper (nah.... useful at home but not on stage); gone full digital with the effects; added a 3 way switch to the Morningstar; bought a Peterson because xmas work bonus 🙂 Tuner > C4 > Aftershock > Flashback > Mercury > HPF > Comp (always on 4:1). Morningstar MC6 MkII > MIDI 5 pin out > Neuro hub. Source Audio pedals connect to Hub using the usual SA TRRS cables (which are waaay too long for my board). Strobostomp HD: wanted to lose the buffer on the Boss (because the average pub really notices the difference!) and be able to store a bunch of different tunings. So this lets my cycle through them using the +/- buttons, and each has a different colour. It's far more tuner than 99% of users inc. me could possibly need. I use the DC out to power a Looper at home when I want to set up sounds. C4: Still love it. It's everything I need from a synth, filters and octaves are great. We know all this by now 🙂 Aftershock: A revelation! The tube drive is EXACTLY what I was looking for, and you can cop (at least) 90% of any dirt or fuzz sound you can think of. Despite the C4 being able to cop a nice muff, this is a worthy addition. Flashback: Using this for some slapback e.g. Folsom Prison Blues style thumpers; some longer delays for the odd pretty moment! Would love to go MIDI but cost outweighs benefit given my minimal usage. Mercury: Love this. Chorus, Phase, Flange, Vibe. Cut the lows or keep the lows. Great EQ section. The 12 Stage Phaser is awesome - add that to a juicy synth for "look at me!!" intros. HPF: No-one should be without one, really. Happier speaker cones ahoy! Keeley: 😍 If I could only keep one pedal (I'd cry like a baby) it would be this one. It just compresses your bass according to how you set it.... and that's it. No noise, drama, signal loss, distortion - just compression. It's always on, and I go at it quite hard on a shade over 4:1 ratio. Helps when the C4 starts chucking out mountains of bass too. Morningstar MC6 MkII + Hub: if your MIDI device supports it, and you can think it, this can most likely do it. Bank 1 (Home) is Core sounds: Page 1 filter, drive, octave, phase; Page 2 synths. Then many Song banks. Then generic banks for drives, octaves, filters, chorus etc, synths. And a browse / toggle bank for when I'm setting up sounds, auditioning new presets etc. I still address the C4 with CC commands, but now have a range of PC assigned on the Hub to: Mercury; Aftershock; Mercury + Aftershock. So on the MC I click new preset, add in the "engage preset" commands I want from my CC and PC User Library and there you go - any combo of sounds you like. The 3 way switch changes banks, toggles pages within a bank and lets me tap midi clock tempo in. Top-right preset on both pages of every bank does: (Double-tap) Jump to next batch of banks; (Long Press) Jump to Bank 1 (go Home). Still need to properly add in my expression pedal i.e. target mapped MIDI parameters per pedal with dedicated Expression Presets per MC Bank. This eats the guitarist friendly MIDI controller competition as a mere snack. Putting the hours in means you can completely create the sound switching environment that you want, on your terms. It's stupidly powerful. And bought one of those nice Brother P-Touch label printer thingies obvs.
  13. @Kevan - lovely. They’re fine wines I think…. For sure an 80s Wal is one of the great classics.
  14. This is sooo tempting. The weight, the zero fret, the piezo and the preamp. But (because I’m a tool) it breaks my “jack sockets should be on the side” and “even though I try and play floating thumb, I need a neck pickup to anchor on at times” rules. But I’m going to give this one some thought, because it’s lovely!!
  15. I’ll update mine. Previous entry was the 2006 BTB Prestige on the right. My first breath-takingly brilliant bass so never getting sold. The Ibby SR fretless because - it’s sooo cool and so light and the piezo sounds ace. I must *actually* play it, though. I don’t really ‘do’ fretless, but if I sold it I’d end up buying another one, so it stays. My darling is Betsy, my 2014 Fender Dimension USA Deluxe V. I can’t put it down… it plays effortlessly, it can do any sound you can think of, and with the recently added tort plate it’s the best looking bass I’ve ever had. Fender should have sold 10,000s of these. I want another one in Root Beer with a rosewood board which I’d string with flats. Bit obsessed!!
  16. 8lbs 7oz… wow!! I’m just not a stingray guy, which is a shame seeing as I’ve got one!! 🧐
  17. MC6 for the win. SUCH a capable piece of kit, especially with an expression hanging off it. Love mine. If you’re conceivably going to add more source audio pedals in future then my advice would be bite the bullet and get a Neuro Hub. I started with C4 and added Aftershock and Mercury and now I can make scenes with any of those and/or continue to address the C4 using CC commands. Caveat: if you add EQ2 or Ultrawave then the Hub can’t store every parameter via Hub scenes, so the Hub would only really be giving you host for those two and you’d recall presets using CC. Though, EQ2 has a MIDI in DIN so Hub not really required at all for that one.
  18. Nice board @prowla. As/when you get an MC6 don’t forget it needs a USB host box between the MC and the C4. Source audio neuro hub is one such box…. But happily your dmc will also do the job. Whether it can do that AND other things at the same time is unknown to me though 🙂
  19. That’s a steal! You cannot go wrong with a GK Neo cab. GLWTS!
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