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Hutton

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  • Birthday 05/11/1957

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  1. I have one of these basses. They are superb basses.
  2. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1977-78-Fender-Jazz-Bass-Guitar/264754366975?hash=item3da49709ff:g:ijYAAOSwW69e2j~Q
  3. I have the exact twin of this bass. A quite superb instrument. This one looks every bit of the asking price. GLWTS.
  4. Doesn't alter the fact that it is a non-essential journey.
  5. Surely collection involves a non-essential journey.
  6. That is a very good price for these G&G cases. A substantial saving on retail. GLWTS!
  7. Ah, my old bass. It is an absolute cracker. Whoever gets this will not be disappointed. Gareth is also a great guy to deal with. GLWTS!
  8. Mine is 4ohms which is why I started the thread by asking advice on what cab(s) I could use with the head on its own which would give more volume.
  9. They were indeed. The combo could be bought with an 8ohm cab so that the walkabout extension cab (also 8 ohms) could be added with no problems. Most scouts however came with the 4ohm cab.
  10. This is indeed the problem.
  11. Here is the blurb from the manual:- The WalkAbout provides two 1/4 inch speaker jacks for powering speaker enclosures.The recommended speaker load impedance for the WalkAbout is 4 Ohms, at which the mighty SIMUL STATE power section is capable of delivering a whopping 300 watts RMS before clip and peaks of over 400 watts! A speaker load of 8 Ohms may also be used though the overall power will be reduced to roughly 150 watts using this rate of impedance.
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