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  1. Hi, Bought this as I needed to learn a specific song, and it worked a treat with the ability to slow it down and change pitch, which was ideal as our singer insisted on singing most things in a different key to the originals! Easy plug-and-play on my Mac, assume it’s the same for most modern PC’s. Drag and drop MP3 tracks across onto the device. Micro USB charging. Can also loop parts of tracks if there’s a bit you’re stuck on. No box or instructions sadly, came to me like this. However it’s been easy to figure out and I’m sure instructions are available online. Can’t remember what I paid for it, but how does £30 delivered sound?
  2. Vulfpeck, and Joe Dart

    Joe's a great funky, natural player. I'm not convinced the drummer quite keeps up though, IDK what everyone else's consensus is? They pair ok, and he's obviously a competent player but he's not funky like Joe. Joe clearly leads the show.
  3. Do all precisions sound the same

    In the sense that they all sound like precisions, yes.
  4. Great 10" speaker cab, this is the 4ohm version for max volume! I can't see them readily for sale online anymore but the few places that have one are pricing at £199 so i'm asking £135 couriered to your door. It has had very little use. I've used it at one rehearsal, and two gigs, and about 3 hours of home rehearsal time. It performed admirably at the gigs! These are gigs where backline space is a premium, and it was my reason for buying the cab in the first place. Paired with a Mark Bass Blackline 250 it kept up with a loud drummer, a loud guitarist (using an all-valve rig) and a PA system (everything FOH). Admittedly I only needed it for stage monitoring as we have decent subs, but just for backline to get past the guitarist and drummer it had depth, authority and easily enough volume to keep up. In good condition- it has a few scuffs to the plastic corner protectors but that's about it. Link to specs: http://www.edenamps.com/ex110.html Down in Cornwall if you wanted to try out in person! [url=https://flic.kr/p/T6vzDJ][/url][url=https://flic.kr/p/T6vzDJ]image[/url][url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/]
  5. Bravewood basses

    Mine was finished in May last year and is fantastic. It's the '58 style blonde on his website. He's a one-man operation so if he's saying he's too busy at the moment I'd take him by his word, might be worth trying again in a few months. I last saw him in November and he was still in the same place, still building. If you like vintage style fenders these are great instruments, IMO. Attention to detail is fantastic.
  6. SOLD- TC Electronic RS212 £275 shipped

    Gone. Too late y'all!
  7. [quote name='4 Strings' timestamp='1489499143' post='3257420'] Sold. Goodness. What have I done? [/quote] GAS. Like death and taxes, it gets everyone eventually.
  8. Body Finishing

    Bleach 👍
  9. withdrawn PLEASE CLOSE

    [quote name='Thunderbird' timestamp='1489168851' post='3254967'] nope but you obviously can't read so was giving you a hint back on topic nice bass [/quote] "Ok ok, we've all had a drink...."
  10. There's a RH450 in the marketplace...
  11. Thanks all. I've had a Compact in the past and I didn't really enjoy it- I was using it with the Orange and I think it may have been a bit of a mismatch perhaps, but I could never get a sound I was happy with from it. It was also a touch too transparent sounding for me. I'd be willing to look at it again though. Would the Midget be up to the task at all?
  12. Hi All, Up until a month or so ago I was gigging fairly regularly, using an Orange Terror and TC RS212 for gigs (which I kept at the PA lock up) and a Little Mark Blackline 250 and Eden EX110 for a home rehearsal rig. The band has now taken a huge backward step and I'm not sure when I'll be out gigging again, if at all. Therefore, I'm reducing my gear to just the bare essentials and would like a rig I can keep at home for practice without taking up too much space, but which can still cut it at small gigs, and larger gigs with PA support. The Orange and Blackline have made way for a Little Mark 2, and the Eden and TC cabs will be offered for sale to be replaced with what I hope to be a small footprint, lightweight cab that I can carry up to the spare room on the top floor, that won't take up too much space, but that will give me a bit of presence and depth in the onstage mix and keep up with the drummer. We have PA support by way of 2 active 18's, so it doesn't need to fully project out front, but I don't want to be fighting the mix on stage as I don't want to use fold back, so it needs to be capable. I've looked into some of the single 12's like the GK Neo, Aggie, GB etc but I really have no experience of them, and whether they are suitable. There is also the mighty BF Midget of course. There is also the compact 2x 10 route, like the Markbass Traveler or BF Retro 2x 10. However these are usually more expensive. Budget wise I am looking to release some cash as well so I'd be looking to buy from the marketplace and am at the mercy of what comes up there to be honest. Thanks in advance
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