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realmasslove

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  1. Sold elsewhere, please lock
  2. I am selling my Blackstone Appliances Mosfet Overdrive in absolutely mint condition with the original box and instruction manual. This is a really great pedal and unique in many ways. It’s praised by guitar players but works exceptionally well on bass, as it can be tuned using two trim pots inside. Plus, there is a removable capacitor that is responsible for the low-end as well. I have used it on my passive Fender basses with no low-end loss whatsoever. It’s a very dynamic overdrive and reacts to your playing dynamics. It has two channels that you can set separately. The first channel is a low gain overdrive that is perfect as an always on sound. The second channel can be set like the first channel with more gain, or it can be tweaked into a different overdrive sound. The recessed controls are unique and help you save your settings without accidentally bumping them. Uses 9V, battery or mains power. Only selling because I have another pedal that I can use for a low to mid gain overdrive, and I need something with a more contemporary sound for the band I am joining. I am happy to trade for another gain pedal like (with cash either way): Darkglass Vintage Microtubes Darkglass Vintage Deluxe Darkglass Alpha Omicron Otherwise, £170 posted in the UK. Thanks for looking!
  3. I believe they outsource the actual winding as many others do, but the pickups are fully made to their specs. Good pickups nevertheless.
  4. Hi, I have two sets of flatwound stings that I am not using, so they are looking for a new home. These have been taken of Pbasses that I had previously bought. I wasn't sure what these strings are, but I have asked people on this forum for help and we have identified them as Thomastik and Adagio. I have tried the set of Thomastiks briefly and they are indeed low tension. I am not sure how old they are, but they seem to be in a very good condition. They were installed on basses with vintage bridges, so they were strung through the bridge. I can measure the length if you need. They will come in generic packaging. The first 3 photos are Thomastiks (now sold), the other two - Adagios. £8 for Adagio posted in the UK. Thanks for looking!
  5. I purchased this pickup from Mark at Limelight (Classic & Cool Guitars) about a few weeks ago. There is a lot of information about Limelight Basses on this forum, and they have an excellent reputation. They make their pickups, and these come stock on Precision Bass guitars they make. These have Alnico 5 magnets, and they are quite vintage in tone. Even though they look very modest, a lot of people on this forum rave about their sound. I think they sound great, definitely vintage with a slightly higher output (not overwound, though). I would describe them as full, clean, and very punchy. These Limelight pickups have a lot of bark with rounds and are great with flats as well. I have installed them on a bass with a solderless harness, so they have never been soldered on. For the sake of transparency, both wires are a bit short, but this is the way they came from Limelight. You can still install them on a P-type bass, no problem. I have bought them for a project, but I am no longer doing the project bass, so these can go to a happy home. Thanks for looking!
  6. Selling my Boss OC-2 in very good condition, no box. All controls work as they should. There are some scratches and nicks on the case but nothing too crazy. I would say that overall it's fairly clean. The rubber washer inside is intact. The battery thingy is slightly bent, you can see that on the photo. Classic OC-2 sound, lovely analog octave. Just not getting used and needs a better home.
  7. I am selling Precision bass pickups that came from a Nate Mendel Signature Precision Bass. From what I understand, these are Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound pickups that are aged at the factory. These definitely have the aged look, simple black covers with no logos. Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound pickups (SPB-3) are pretty popular, especially if you are playing rock with a pick and overdrive – they do cut through the mix. I usually prefer mellower vintage tones, but I must admit that for heavier playing, these are great. To my ears, they sound better if you put them as low as they go – they almost sound like vintage pickups but push a lot of air and shine with overdrive. They come with covers and foam that was on them when I took them out of mine NM bass. You will need to solder the black cable to the second coil – this came off when I put the pickup in a box. £50 posted in the UK Thanks for looking!
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