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Sparky Mark

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  1. It's the same as this. Two outputs, one of which is used for the internal 8 ohm speaker.
  2. I've finally found a matching cab for my 1215 combo and cannot wait to hear them live.
  3. Excellent condition Celestion BL15-300 speaker. 8 ohm. Collection or meet up local to Hertford please. It's quite lightweight for a 15" so UK postage is a possibility at cost and would be packed carefully. Thanks for looking.
  4. Acebassmusic understood the OP question and this video explains clearly how a speaker driver produces different frequencies simultaneously. Many thanks.
  5. Thank you but my reason for asking was that as right handed I'd never come across a lefty Fender bass case before. I bought this on Basschat as I'm a bit of Fender fan and was looking for an aged case for my CS62 relic P. When it arrived it was evident it was for lefty P basses and prompted me to research its rarity. With shipping I was happy to pay about the same as a new righty deluxe G&G case, so not cheap but reasonable considering its scarcity. I put expensive cleaning materials and several hours labour into it to remove silver spray paint and black paint over that on both sides so it's not for sale at the moment, but who knows? Thanks again.
  6. Hi Stef, do these prices include postage costs please? Thanks.
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  8. This what the class D power section looks like. Only needs a single heatsink due to the higher efficiency compared to the class AB.
  9. I'm not concerned about an extra few ounces; the contours make a much bigger difference in forearm playing comfort.
  10. The photo of the front with pickguard removed shows some red but the rest has been bleached by UV exposure. It's not unusual for the main body under the pickguard not to have red.
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