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  1. razze06

    Name that bass ?

    That's some headstock on that thing!
  2. razze06

    Bright and full strings for Peavey T40

    I've ordered some, i shall report back
  3. razze06

    Bright and full strings for Peavey T40

    Cool, thanks. What is the difference between the two? They both seem to be stainless steel, but the fat beams appear to be wound under pressure?
  4. I need new strings on my trusty old Peavey T40. I want something with strong fundamentals and a bright edge to help me with the funkier side of life Please recommend me something, i'm happy to try whatever
  5. razze06

    Heads optimised for DB

    I'm a fan of Phil Jones Bass stuff, and i've used some of their amps and combos with the piezo pickup plugged in straight to the high impedance input. I'm yet to try with my latest entry, the D400, but the spec sheet quotes 4 MOhm/22pF. That should be high enough for most pieces of kit, surely!
  6. I really enjoy trying to rearrange a song in a different genre, and trying to convince my band to play it. Sometimes it works, and it ends up in our live set. In fact, I prefer that to trying to write a new song from scratch!
  7. I've actually part-ex it for a very good price at a well known bass specialist shop.
  8. razze06

    New-ish EUB Day and Aria question

    When i've had the need for a modification to one of these things (I own one of the models on the far right in the picture), i've taken it to a good luthier/guitar repair man and got the job done by them. I think the simplest thing would be to have such a person make you a new brace that fits into the holes already present in the instrument.
  9. *SOLD* Actually, part exchanged for a new rig at a good price Making space and cash for a new purchase (another PJB rig). Selling my trusty rig consisting of a PJB Suitcase combo amp, and its companion 4B cab. http://pjbworld.com/product_suitcase_top.html Incredible hi-fi sound, extremely musical eq and limiter, two separate input channels with individual eq and gain settings. I've used it a lot when doubling with electric and double bass. Rated at 200W alone, or 300W with with extension cab it is not the loudest combo on the market, but it is plenty loud and it will give you the best tone you've heard from your bass at that volume! This example is in good but not pristine conditions. It bears a few small scars from years of gigging, pictured below. The scratches and dings on the tolex are superficial and do not affect its structure or, god forbid, its tone. More pictures available on request, and you're welcome to come and try it at my place in Newhaven, Edinburgh. £650 for the pair, happy-ish to split, will ship at cost.
  10. @Dad3353 Sound advice. I neglected my profile since the forum switched to the new format, and somehow imagined that all the stuff in my profile migrated to the new forum...
  11. I'm not sure how to change the headline price, but i've taken it down to £350, in case anyone cares.
  12. Reposting from the main for sale forum.
  13. Sold! I'm thinking of parting with my trusty PJB Briefcase. I have gigged with it quite a lot on double bass and bass guitar, and used it extensively as practice amp. I am selling it mainly because I have bought a PJB Suitcase with extension cab, and I can't (shouldn't) keep both. This is the 100W version in black. It is in very good conditions, with only one small scratch visible on the left side (see third picture below). It comes with a light cover. I am happy to ship at cost. The amp is located in edinburgh, you're welcome to come and try it. I might be interested in trading this for a small quality bass amp head as well as cold hard cash. £400 350.
  14. After a few months of frantically switching jacks and tweaking gain and volumes, i've built a small pedalboard for this purpose: Double bass --> Headway EDB2--> A channel of ABY switch --> Boss tuner --> amp Bass guitar --------------------------------> B channel of ABY switch--> Boss tuner --> amp I tweak the volume and gain of the DB preamp to match the bass guitar during sound check, and then it's just a matter of putting the DB somewhere safe onstage when I swap them around
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