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  1. Ha, thx...whatever you do "don't try it"....best...B
  2. He's clearly a one off...combining Art & Instrument Its also the small practical things...e.g.rear jack & straplok mounting
  3. Ritter R8 Single cut 4 string bass + case (not Ritter) & Jens Ritter doc's; Instrument number: 1426 (made in 2014) This is a unique bass from one of the most innovative luthiers. The design, construction, materials and sound is imo world class. Its comfortable (only 3kg) & easy to play. I have used the original (low rez) & current photos (hi rez) so you can inspect. You can see proof of ownership, certificate of Authenticity & some dodgy pics of me playing the bass. https://ritter-instruments.com/item_info.php?i=695 Shape: R8 - Singlecut Number of Strings: 4 String Spacing: Vintage 4, 19mm @ bridge Chrome Hardware Bridge / String Attachment: Ritter 3D / B1String Attachment Tuners: Ritter BT - Custom made by Gotoh Nut: Bone Strap Buttons: Dunlop straploks Body & top-wood: Red Cedar Body-Colour: Tobacco Burst Body-Finish: Frosted transparent Neck-Wood: Maple Construction: Bolt on 3 piece Neck-Color: Tobacco burst Neck-Finish: Frosted transparent Fingerboard: Ebony fretted Fingerboard Inlay: Solid silver Oval rings Scale: 33.3 inch Electronics: Ritter C-3-S Active/passive 3-band Pickup Bridge & Neck: Ritter master Slimbucker Strings: Optima 24k gold studio bass unique 45-105 Weight: 3kg The bass is in very good condition with dings and use marks, which I has tried to show in the photos, I have priced to reflect the use (less than half the retail price) the frets, neck & stability are perfect. But I want you to be completely happy, so any trial /question...no trades...collection preferred Please check my feedback.. .
  4. Fab amp (yes I have one)...GLWS perfect match with....
  5. Buy with confidence...I did...GLWTS
  6. Trying to raise money for the Hope centre.....
  7. 119 editions of the UK Bass Guitar magazine, from 2008 to 2020 ( I think over that time they issued ~183) All in good nick, plenty of lockdown bass content? Collection only....all money going to the Hope centre https://northamptonhopecentre.org.uk/
  8. Update on aluminium wedge cab.... ..after testing the first production unit, which I was very happy with, John Dixon decided to increase the sealing with custom gaskets, something he developed when supplying the US airforce. Because the cab volume & port is optimised for the Celestion BN12-300S, in theory the cab efficiency/clarity should improve. I & a bass mate in Birmingham received the new version 10 days ago and after playing with a variety of basses and cab comparisons...the theory is reality..we are both v'pleased. Sound is subjective...(I use it for monitoring +DI & small venues) ...so all I can say is I can achieve all the sounds & volume I need with more depth & clarity than the cab's I have had (Ashdown, Greenboy, Quilter, Agular, EA, etc)....and the cab is only 11.5kg. (see pic's on page 1) Lid is ~1.5kg John, has designed a 1x10 + compression driver, which I'm looking forward to trying. John is a founder of Scott Dixon, I am a customer & have no commercial interest (except paying the invoice!)
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