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GreeneKing

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  • Birthday 20/08/1954

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  1. For the cost of postage this is for the first person interested. It's just sitting around gathering dust. Peter
  2. I sold Ben a Sire V7 Fretless. The whole thing went perfectly. It was a pleasure. Peter
  3. I sold my Yamaha BBPH to Ash and the whole sale went brilliantly. It was nice to meet face to face and chat for a short while. A pleasure. Peter
  4. I gained this bass in part exchange recently. Several things have been confirmed for me. The quality and value of Sire basses, my lack of skills in the fretless department, my preference for a 32" scale and that 3 Jazz basses is probably 2 too many. The fretboard is lacquered and unmarked. The bass is virtually flawless. It still has the pickup guard protective film in place. No knocks or dings except for a tiny one on the rear of the neck as shown in the photo. Strung with D'Addario Chromes and the active/passive 3 EQ 18v pre works perfectly. Can be viewed and tried in Kendal. Will post at cost. Peter
  5. I part traded my Fafner for a Sire fretless. A pleasure to deal with a great communication. Shame I was in a hurry with Mrs GK waiting van sitting outside. Peter
  6. I've always intended to sell a bass when my (stupendous) Zoot 32" Funkmeister P arrived. It was to be my 2008 MiM Jazz but I realise that I have bonded with it to the extent that something else would be offered for sale first. That's not to say that the BBPH isn't superb, it is and it's mint. The BBPH is a proper limited edition, not just a cosmetic marketing exercise. I believe that 150 were made. It has a reverse P pickup and an effective 3EQ pre-amp voiced with Peter Hook's tone in mind. It has a passive mode by switch and the treble control doubles as a passive tone. Passive really works well on this bass. The body is a 3 piece sandwich and with the efficient neck joint sustain is remarkable. It is, as hopefully the photos show, mint. Strung with new Newtone nickels. It comes with the original gig bag and all the bits. Weight wise it's certainly not a shocker. I'm in Kendal, UK. Viewing and trying is welcome. I have a lot of good feedback over many years. I can ship but I don't have a hard case to use for that purpose. I'm travelling down to the Bristol/Chepstow way next Thursday and back on Saturday.
  7. Seeing that Tony was looking for a strap and realising that I had one spare we had an easy and straightforward transaction with great communication and prompt payment. Thank you.
  8. My EBS Fafner is also in the For Sale section at the moment. An awesome amp that I think is also know as the TD 600.
  9. Thank you 😊 Your last comment is the way I used to understand it. But, as you say the descending interval is a 4th and a 4th sounds slightly different to a fifth. So in terms of the interval being smaller does that alter the overall feel? Perhaps a 5th to a 4th isn’t the best example. A major 3rd interval ascending would become a minor 6th interval descending.
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