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  1. Hi all Up for grabs is my 2018 Fender Classic 60's Jazz Bass. For the obvious reasons this has hardly been played. Apart from 2 marks which are shown its in perfect condition, it will include all the case candy it came with. Now as you can see I've fitted the period correct covers, thumb rest and a tortoiseshell pickguard, I still have the original guard. It now has a matched pair of Seymour Duncan Antiquity II jazz bass pickups installed and these make a world of difference. Just sounds classic as you would expect from these pickups. I don't have the stock pickups. I don't have the gig bag, but I do have a gator hard case for it. Currently sporting a set of rotosound 45 - 105 custom gauge strings. I would like £600 ono, its a steal at this price considering that it has the upgraded pickups (£200+) & case. No trades as now sorted for basses. And here is the spec .... FEATURES Body Material: Alder Body Finish: High gloss Body Shape: Jazz Bass® Neck Material: Maple Neck Finish: High Gloss Neck Shape: "C" Shape Scale Length: 34" (864 mm) Fingerboard Material: Pau Ferro Fingerboard Radius: 7.25" (184.1 mm) Number of Frets: 20 Fret Size: Vintage-Style Nut Material: Synthetic Bone Nut Width: 1.5" (38.1 mm) Position Inlays: White Dot Truss Rod Nut: Vintage-Style Slotted Neck Pickup: Standard Vintage Alnico Magnet Single-Coil Jazz Bass® Bridge Pickup: Standard Vintage Alnico Magnet Single-Coil Jazz Bass® Controls: -Volume 1. (Middle Pickup) -Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup) -Master Tone Hardware Finish: Nickel/Chrome Bridge: 4-Saddle American Vintage Bass Tuning Machines: American Vintage Reverse Open-Gear Bass Pickguard: 4-Ply Brown Shell Control Knobs: Black Plastic Strap Buttons: Vintage-Style Neck Plate: 4-Bolt Vintage-Style Case/Gig Bag: Armourdillo Defender Strings: Fender® USA Super Bass 7250ML, NPS, (.045-.100 Gauges) Other Features: True Vintage Styling, Synthetic Bone Nut
  2. Hi all Up for grabs is my TC Electronic Sub'n'Up pedal. This is the full fat 4 knob version. It's in as new condition, I've literally had it out the box, put velcro on the back and stuck it on my board, which hasn't been out due to the obvious. Cracking little pedal, but have just got a Stingray 5 so don't need the octave pedal anymore. £70 includes postage to your door. Any questions just DM me. Thanks Tim
  3. Hi I am putting this up as I have a serious hankering for a 5 string. This bass is in superb condition, especially given its 20 years old. I have the original white pearl pickguard and tuner as I have put a hipshot bass xtender on. I have whipped out the stock pickup and put a Bartolini in. I don't have the original stock pickup. The photos aren't great sorry. I can take more, but not until Friday as I am away Now down to the serious business, this is for trade only & I am only looking for very specific trades namely a Stingray 5 With a maple board neck, G&L L-2500 again maple board or a Spector Euro 5. I categorically don't want a blue coloured bass (Liverpool fan sorry). Hit me up with trades. Thanks Tim
  4. Johna was an absolute gent to deal with from start to finish. Please deal with the utmost confidence. Thanks again. Tim
  5. HI All Putting this up as I had full intention of installing it in my Stingray, but never got around to it and have now gotten used to the stock preamp in it so this is surplus to requirements. It's in excellent condition. Quick Overview The MMSR 4 Knob 3 Band has been designed with characteristics very similar to the original MM Stingray© 2 Band EQ, in order to retain the same interaction between the MM pickup and the electronics, crucial in creating the original pre EB sound colours. A Mid Sweep, is included along with original MM style Bass and Treble. When the Mid boost/cut is centred, its effect is neutral and the EQ is purely late 70s MM style. £95 includes p&p. Any questions just ask. Warm Regards Tim
  6. That cab is giving my uncomfortable feelings... I have the BB750 already and through my barefaced it is literally earth shattering... but that cab is so so pretty. GLWTS.
  7. Hi Fellow Lord's of The Low End. Up for grabs here is a little bundle of stuff that works amazingly well together. Sadly it's not quite what I am looking for tonally so I have reverted to something a bit more traditional. So what's included is a pair of 60's Fender Vintera Jazz Pups as found in their most recent 60's Reissue Jazz Basses, real traditional sounding, but awesome with the preamp. Bought from Bass direct a few months back all original box, instructions, spare tone caps and 2 spare solder-less points included for the ground for £150, A little about the John East - Is it possible to retain the original sound of a J style bass?, but with a modern Active EQ? in the same preamp, along with no changes to my bass? In response, we have created the J-TONE pre amp, replicating the authentic original passive wiring of the J style bass with a high spec Active EQ. It's designed as a direct drop-in replacement, including a place for the battery. It's easy to fit at home using basic tools, no soldering, no physical changes to the instrument*. The Passive wiring is available as either the classic Volume / Volume / Tone, or for those who prefer a master volume - Volume / Blend / Tone. Plug-in tone caps allow additional fine tuning of the passive tone control. The Active EQ is simplicity itself, incorporating highly responsive bass and treble controls, taken from our new high end UNI-PRE system. Internal edge wheels allow individual custom voicing for both the bass and treble control spectrums. Instrument qualities can be enhanced in conjunction with tone-shaping to match playing styles. It has the retro knobs fitted from east (an extra £25) & a spare set of chrome knobs if that is your thing. I want £150 all in with P&P. Any questions just ask.
  8. Excellent. Sorry for so many questions, I am ever so grateful for your help.
  9. Smashing. Now excuse my ignorance further which classes as the first or second slot? Closest to the front or closest to the back of the amp?
  10. Long shot, do you happen to know which valve is for the gain stage? That sounds like a good option to explore.
  11. So I’ve got a Mesa BB750, monster of an amp, but I think it is due a revalve. It has 4 12ax7 or ecc83’s whatever designation you prefer to use. Has a real classic almost borderline SVT tone minus the heft. What I am really trying to seek out is a bit of guidance on what are the best valves to whack in there to get as fuller tone as possible. I like nice warm lows, punchy mids with a nice crisp top, but not too sizzly. I am using a Stingray & Jazz Bass both with East Preamps and have an MXR compressor going in the front. i am all ears. Thanks
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