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tom1946

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  1. Thanks. guys, I've decided on the Novation, it seems like the easiest way to go for me at the moment so it'll be here tomorrow. I'll let y'all know how it goes. 👍 Thanks again for all your inputs.
  2. how do I connect the bass station for a live sound? I have a trace combo. Or will I need something else?
  3. Thanks Pete and Trueno, Currently looking at hofners...
  4. Thanks everyone. Just so as I'm clear, I need something I can play live in our church on Sunday mornings, can't use a computer there, so I'm thinking about something I can connect to my 300w trace combo because it never moves. Good idea about a hofner tho'
  5. Yes, I have 2 but the scale isn't the problem.
  6. Hi all, my health is not what it used to be in that I'm having trouble hefting a bass these days and I have wrist tendon damage so I'm wondering if there is an electronic way of playing bass? I know keyboards have an amazing range of voices but is there anything that is bass specific out there? It would be much easier on me if I could just sit and play some keys to get a reasonable bass sound. Any thoughts, recommended products that would do the job?
  7. Pardon my ignorance but is this a genuine 61 or a reissue please?
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  9. Now if it only weighed 7.5 lbs... I doubt I could even pick it up. I love the shape, gorgeous woods.
  10. Thanks, can't buy it then. Weight is very important to me.
  11. Dunno if this is the right place but I'm looking for a wireless system for my bass, I'm currently using Smoothhound kits ( I have 2) and finding them a tad unreliable. When they work they are very good but I'm plagued with crackly connections and if I move anything when plugged in I get disconnects and bangs so is there anything better and more robust out there? Looking for recommendations...
  12. Hi folks, this is my never gigged Roland blues cube, I'm selling because I can no longer play guitar. Gig-ready digital amp with authentic tube-style tone Voiced like vintage tweed-era amps Reduced cabinet size for easy transport Power control switches between 0.5, 5, 15, and 30 watts High-quality reverb Record directly to your computer via the USB output Open-back design with custom 12" speaker Wide range of tones The Roland Blues Cube Hot gives you two individually voiced channels. Like a tube amp, the clean channel's volume adds tube fatness and bite as you turn it up. The variable gain of the crunch channel lets you dial in the perfect amount of grit. You'll also find a switchable boost for adding crunch and a tone switch for more high-end presence. High-quality reverb adds dimension to your tone. And the Blues Cube Hot's custom 12" speaker is tonally versatile and ready to gig. Might be able to post at extra cost ( about £20) Any questions give me a shout.
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  14. Ha, just tried to remove the knob on mine and that won't come off either.
  15. Just needs a volume pot, you can't buy them though. It only crackles when moving the volume, if i fiddle with it I can get it to stop for a minute then it starts up again...
  16. Hi, anyone know where I can get a Markbass amp LM3 repaired around Teesside please? It crackles and sounds a bit distorted. Thanks. Tom.
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