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in Amps and Cabs For Sale
Posted April 22, 2009
in General Discussion
Posted April 20, 2009
Kirsty MacColl ?
Bass - Larry Graham from Sly and the Family Stone - ' If you want me to stay ' has a brilliant bass line.
in Accessories & Other Musically Related Items For Sale
Posted April 18, 2009
Price reduced to £130
Price reduced to £130, or offers
Posted April 17, 2009
[quote name='bennifer' post='464753' date='Apr 17 2009, 10:14 AM']Hey, not trying to nit pick, butunless they've radically changed them since I had my set a few years ago, theres no iPod dock, just a minijack plug... so they're regular 2.1 speakers! Also, is the power supply American, seeing you got them there? Still, they were really nice computer speakers and look great on a desk.[/quote]
Sorry, you're right. They've been in the box for a while and I forgot what they're like. There is just a minijack connection. The power supply is american, with a 13 Amp adaptor.
Posted April 17, 2009
Edited April 18, 2009 by fryer
I'm selling a Harmon Kardon Soundsticks 2. iPod dock with aux input so can be used with a pc, etc. Sounds really good. Bought in USA last year and used for a week while there. Not used since, so virtually new. Still boxed. £70.
Posted April 16, 2009
Edited April 28, 2009 by fryer
This is a Studiomaster Pro 2 - 163. Old but working, and with case, and power supply.
Posted April 15, 2009
Well thanks Barrie, but I'm a married man.
Posted April 14, 2009
Nick, I might still be interested in the 212. The 310 sounds better - warmer and clearer, than my old Peavey 15" BW, the trace 2 x 10" & 1 x 15" cabs I tried, or an old Selmar cab I fitted with a 15" Eminence Kappa. How does the sound of your 212 compare to the 310 ? Rich
Posted April 13, 2009
Aren't you as old as the Woman you feel.
Hi, has anyone tabbed the bass for Hello Suzie by Amen Corner ( originally by Roy Wood ) ??
[quote name='Old Horse Murphy' post='461070' date='Apr 13 2009, 10:39 AM']Looking for a trade only I'm afraid as I can't afford to be without a cab once this one goes.[/quote]
Peavey 300 15 BW combo ??? Much better than the Epis ( lots of knobs, all in one rather than having to carry two things, and you can get some weight training when you carry it ) A bargain. Just what you need.
Posted April 13, 2009
Edited April 13, 2009 by fryer
[quote name='molan' post='460926' date='Apr 13 2009, 12:46 AM']Or you could trade & Nick could get his old 3x10 back [/quote]
No, I'm keeping the 310 - I love the sound. But I was wondering about adding to it, but only with an Epi. Ben White's selling a 310. Not sure if I want to add another 310, or if I should go for a 212 ?
Posted April 12, 2009
Trade only, or are you selling ?
in Amps and Cabs
Posted April 11, 2009
[quote name='Delberthot' post='459790' date='Apr 11 2009, 07:52 AM']I was playing at PJ Malloys in Dunfermline last night.
When I got there, I was under the impression that the bass amp they had there was an SVT III but after setting up I had a look at it and discovered that it was an SVT II Pro.
I've always wanted to try a valve amp so moved the amp over to where my own gear was and connected it to my cabinet. I waited in anticipation before I flicked the standby switch and was immediately disappointed.
I couldn't explain what was wrong initially but my guitarist said that, although it sounded a bit warmer, it lacked what my own amp and sound have.
I'm glad I got the chance to try it as I had been eyeing up a Marshall VBA400 for ages. They probably don't sound the same but I think that it gave me a good indication of what to expect.
The thing is that I tend to go for an edgy, grindy, aggressive sound and thought that tubes would sound better than my current Genz Shuttle in that respect but its definitely solid state 1, valves 0.
I'm glad I got the chance to try the amp out as valve amps are few and far between but I think that as far as my own sound requirements go, solid state is definitely the best option. Not to mention that the Ampeg weighed as much as my bass, cabinet and amp put together.[/quote]
If your shuttle's a 6, and you find something you prefer and want to sell it, please let me know.
Posted April 10, 2009
The Epi cab is a UL 310, with 3 speakers, hence the odd 5.3 ohms. I was considering getting another identical cabinet - does this halve the impedance, or is it more complicated than this ? If half, this would present 2.65 ohms, which is too low for the amp.
Posted April 10, 2009
Edited April 10, 2009 by fryer
I have an old Crate amp, producing around 350 w into my Epi 5.3 ohm cab. The cab can take 700 w.
I am happy with the sound I get from these.
Can I use a power amp with the Crate to provide more power, maybe by bi-amping ?
Thanks for all your help.
[quote name='fryer' post='455992' date='Apr 6 2009, 11:57 PM']bought secondhand in 2002. 200 w output with its 15" B W speaker, or 300 w if used with 4 ohm extension cab. Sounds good, and has lots of controls, ie, 8 band equaliser, pre / post gain, patch, etc, and can be bi-amped. Looks tatty. Fitted with side handles 'cos it's heavy.
Need to sell to pay for the recently purchased Crate head and Epifani cabinet. Realised the previous price was a bit low, so hoping for £160. Still a good price I think, from what was said previously. Can deliver locally, between Basingstoke and London.[/quote]
Posted April 8, 2009
Two of you from Bolton ( see the post after yours ). We seem to be letting anyone in.
'Living in Burley, you need a laugh. Seriously though.
[quote name='51m0n' post='457204' date='Apr 8 2009, 11:29 AM']For what purpose are you making these recordings?
Is it a sketch pad, or are you looking to take some of those sketches into the realm of real multitracking - cos the later isnt cheap if you want really good results IME.[/quote]
Only so that we can listen and improve. Not making demo's or anything.
What you need is a Peavey 300 BW combo, plus cash, delivered / collected.
[quote name='Eight' post='456101' date='Apr 7 2009, 08:47 AM']Very good laptop + high spec audio interface + good sequencer software.
Are you *sure* you need 4 simultaenous inputs? Having multiple tracks is great if you're editing, but unless you do that then for a practice session it seems like you're just adding complexity.
You could record it all as one track if you plugged everything in to a little mixer and balanced the levels there. Just means you couldn't make changes later. Even take the mixer's output to something basic like a minidisc recorder etc.[/quote]
No, I'm not sure I need 4 inputs, and I do want to keep it simple. There are lots of suggestions for recording everything together, like the Zoom H4 which sounds good, and easy.
But I would like to, say, play the original song we're doing and record my bass line, then play this bass line and record a vocal track, on my own. Then when the boys come round, play this and and the guitars, etc, and record on separate tracks so we can re-do some.
Different to my original query, now I almost have an idea of what I want to do.
Therefore, is an 8 track, ie, Boss BR 600 suitable ?