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  1. I use light gauge (40-60-70-95) Ernie Ball Cobalt Flats on all my basses. This gauge/ tension is perfect for me. I’d like to drop tune one of my basses to C-F-A#-D# (standard 34” scale). I love the specific character of the EB Cobalt flats, so I’d like to stick to this brand. I can’t use their 5-string set as their only available gauge is too high. Their heaviest 4-string set is 55-75-90-110. I wonder how this set would work at that tuning? Specifically, would the 110 go down to C without losing definition? I reckon I could live with that tension. Are there any other factors that I’m failing to consider here? I could switch brand and put the low-4 of a light gauge 5-string set on there, but I’d rather not. There’s no string like the EB cobalt flats. Just wondering what I can get away with, tuning down that heavy set. What do you reckon?
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  3. The old 90’s Boss RV-3 has a cult following among guitarists. Johnny Greenwood and a fair few other tone-lords of that instrument use them ... and it’s absolutely fantastic with bass too. The guitarists who don’t like it say the reverb sounds ‘sterile’. Well, on bass it’s definitely digital sounding, though not cold nor hard by any means. Any of that perceived ‘sterility’ translates well with bass anyway, as the reverb isn’t muddy at all, and the delays are clean. The low end always stays thick and together. Some more details about the pedal here ... https://www.modulargrid.net/p/boss-rv-3
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  7. EHX Freeze pedal ... Does anyone know the type of switch that’s in there (the toggle switch)? 6 pins, straight onto the circuit board. Advice much appreciated 👍🏻
  8. Absolute bargain for a hard-to-find bass
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  12. SOLD Beautifully simple and functional looper, with excellent reproduction. Condition as new. Open to trade/ part-trade offers on octavers and dirt.
  13. Sensational!! Good job Dan! Great to see such a nice bass returned to its former glory 🏆
  14. Exactly what I’m after! I’ll most definitely take that. Messaged you 👍🏻
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    Withdrawn Boss RC-300 Loop Station This is the daddy of all loopers. If you’re reading this you’ll know that though. If you’re not sure, there are a huge amount of reviews, articles, demos, forum discussions, etc online. Corporate blurb: https://www.boss.info/global/products/rc-300/ Condition: It has virtually never been used, so like new. Original box and PSU are included. I’ve misplaced the manual, though it can be downloaded from the Boss website. I can post the manual when it turns up anyway. I’m happy to post within the UK, fully insured, using the Parcelforce 48 service, for an extra £10. Trades: I could trade/ part trade for the following... Fender Precision Lyte, Sunn Mustang Precision, Markbass NY121 cab .... or try me with something else. I’m open to trade offers.
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