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  1. Bought some IEMs off Rick with excellent comms and everything was very efficient and easy. We had a few small issues to resolve but Rick was super organised and understanding and it was all resolved without any bother at all. Cheers, C
  2. Thanks for the generous feedback york5stringer, very much appreciated! I think you're right in that it may have to start life as more of a bass bash type event, but really encouraging that such big names have been into the idea in the past watch this space I suppose! In the meantime please keep the feedback coming folks, I'm very open to everyone's thoughts and ideas! C
  3. Hi everybody, I was wondering if I could ask for some feedback from the bass community? I’m thinking of organising a bass specific event similar to other instrument festivals around the world, and I’m reaching out to you all to see how much interest there may be, and if so what you would like to have at such an event. I'm aware that similar events do already exist, but this would be in Glasgow (where I'm based) and very accessible, friendly and low key Features could include the following; 1: Masterclasses - presentations given on a variety of subjects (technique, studio experience, theory, industry stories, etc) 2: Workshops - more participatory sessions focussing on various aspects of musicianship, attendees are encouraged to bring an instrument and play 3: Luthiers - a chance to meet instrument makers and try their instruments 4: Amp/pedal makers - a chance to meet equipment makers and try their products 5: Performances - concerts given by solo bassists, bass fronted ensembles, bands with prominent bass players, etc 6: Other/any more ideas? Even if you have a minute to comment with the numbers (1-6) of the things that you’d be most up for attending that would be extremely helpful. Of course more detailed feedback in this thread or via PM also welcomed. Thanks in advance bassers, looking forward to hearing all of your thoughts! Cammy
  4. Starting a thread for Peter, bought a bass off him and communication, packing and everything was brilliant - totally recommended!
  5. Very easy to deal with Dave; quick replies & payment, no problems whatsoever. Highly recommended
  6. la bella original 1954 0760M £20 - been on a bass for about 2/3 months, not played very much though. cut for standard 4 in a row headstock with 2/3 winds on each tuner.SOLD d'addario medium scale exl160M £15 - brand new, uncut, but the package has been opened.
  7. Hi everyone, selling some stuff that's been lying around for ages not being used: Boss OC2 £60 - does what it says on the tin. made in taiwan. velcro on bottom. boxed SOLD mooer bass eq £35 - 5 band eq. velcro on bottom. boxed & instructions. ehx mini q tron £40 - super fun & squelchy. velcro on bottom. been modded with a volume control (used to boost volume a huge amount). no box. comes with power adaptor so a normal power supply can be used. SOLD fmr rnc £110 - high quality compressor. comes with american power supply & uk adaptor. velcro on bottom and the top as I used to put a pedal or two on the top of it on a board. boxed & instructions. can post anything, any questions give me a shout, cheers!
  8. bought 2 items from me, comms were very quick, payment likewise, very easy to deal with, thanks
  9. yeah it is, it's all in proportion so it doesn't look weird
  10. Hi all, tried to sell this a while ago but here goes again! The spec is standard; rosewood fingerboard, 34" scale, CAR finish + matching headstock (a bit of a ding out of the top - visible in the photos), controls are vol/bal/tone, weight is 4.2kg, and it even has the plastic covering still on the pick guard! The bass has been professionally set up, with a new nut too, and has a comfy low action. As you can see (I hope) from the pictures the higher up the neck the defret work is a bit messy, but it gets much neater the nearer the 'money' end. This doesn't affect the sound as the fingerboard has been sanded down well, and could be coated with epoxy to get even more 'mwah'. Currently got on labella nickel rounds. These are fantastic instruments for the money, and I could ship in a (used but solid) protection racket case. For local pickup without case I could knock off a few quid I hope this seems like a reasonable price, but I'm open to opinions from everybody here. If you'd like any more details please get in touch, Cameron
  11. Hi everyone. Selling this medium scale, made in Japan jazz bass. For those who don't already know these are 62 jazz bass copies that are available in long/medium/short scale, I think just for the Japanese market and therefore seldom seen over here. It's in excellent condition and is as original, except I've changed the tuners to hipshot ultralites to correct some awkward neck dive - makes a big difference. One small issue is that while they were being fitted the drill went right through the headstock (see in photo, by the D string tuner). A minor cosmetic detail but worth mentioning. It comes in the original Fender packaging, with original hardware included. I'll also throw in a spare set of medium scale D'Addario rounds (which it's got on at the moment) and a set of medium scale labella flats. Any questions fire 'em at me! Shipping not a problem, and no trades thanks.
  12. Bought a pedal and it arrived extremely quickly, pleasure to deal with - thanks man!
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  14. sent you a pm yesterday
  15. Nice to chat to you earlier Gary let me know what you think when you make up your mind
  16. [quote name='roman_sub' timestamp='1510273327' post='3405303'] Stunning bass, and sorry to read about your injury. GLWTS [/quote] Thanks, it's a real shame to move it on, we've seen a lot of gigs together! [quote name='eubassix' timestamp='1510316104' post='3405524'] Nice bass/concept .... I like the p/up config. as it's similar to my Urge (1) Stu Hamm (although the EQ / controls are radicaly different)[attachment=257397:MVC-077S.JPG] :- [/quote] I agree! There are some production basses with 3 pickups but not as many as guitars. It's a real tonal swiss army knife!
  17. One of a kind custom Overwater jazz bass. *Hi everyone. I’d like to make it clear from the outset that the only reason I’m selling this beautiful, professional level instrument is due to a long term sports injury to my jaw, neck and shoulders. This means playing traditional shape, long scale, slightly heavier instruments is not really possible for me any more. I love this bass, and don’t really want to sell it, but I haven’t been able to play it for any length of time for nearly a year now, so time to sell it on.* The facts: 34 scale maple neck, rosewood fingerboard swamp ash body hipshot usa hardware natural finish, tortoiseshell scratchplate overwater pickup in J/P/J config controls are stacked Vol/tone for each pickup. additionally each vol is push/pull for on/off - making quick changes very easy. the switch is a master on/off to save rolling off multiple volumes each time. custom John East buffer preamp - stops the pickups interacting with each other in an adverse way like a normal passive vol/vol setup. Battery life is in the range of 6 months! weight 4.1kg on bathroom scales currently strung with Ernie Ball cobalt flats The good: World class craftsmanship, beautiful looking and feeling instrument capable of pretty much the widest range of tones possible in one instrument. Sounds like almost anything you can imagine. The bad: It’s done a looooot of gigs, and travelling. Therefore is has a few small marks on it to show how much use it’s had. Nothing major at all, and I’ve tried to get photos of the biggest ones. Also, I’ve made two attempts to hold onto it and keep playing it without aggravating my injury; on the advice of a guitar tech I tried putting the right strap button an inch or so higher - easily plugged with a small wood screw at the moment, and a nice thing to try out as it might work for someone else. I also had the back contoured further along to make the bass sit a little more to the right. The finish is therefore a little different, and the pictures show this. an audience will never see it, but it definitely feels comfier to me. You can here the bass (wearing labella flats) on spotify here: https://open.spotify...Y4soR36li4a2pYE and here: https://open.spotify...G5NEX5pmTIcLnXh Based in Glasgow but travel quite a bit. Postage is possible, and comes in a Hiscox hard case. It's difficult to put a price on this as there aren't any others like it, so feel free to make a reasonable offer. Any questions welcome, cheers for looking. Trades: probably not, but anything very light and 32/33 scale would be interesting...
  18. 2013 overwater classic jazz 4 bass *Hi everyone. I’d like to make it clear from the outset that the only reason I’m selling this beautiful, professional level instrument is due to a long term sports injury to my jaw, neck and shoulders. This means playing traditional shape, long scale, slightly heavier instruments is not really possible for me any more. I love this bass, and don’t really want to sell it, but I haven’t been able to play it (for any length of time) for nearly a year now, so time to sell it on.* The facts: 34 scale straight-grained dark rosewood fingerboard, maple neck (satin finish) hipshot usa hardware Tobacco Burst, satin finish with matching headstock, tortoiseshell scratchplate Wizard '64 pickups vol/vol/tone controls weight 4.2kg on bathroom scales currently strung with labella flats (Jamerson gauge) The good: World class craftsmanship, beautiful looking and feeling instrument capable of a wide range of tones. Sounds like you’d expect a top of the range jazz bass to. The bad: There’s two tiny marks in the finish; one on the upper body (camera wouldn’t actually focus on it, it’s too small) and one next to the scratch plate near the bridge pickup (see photo). You can see and hear the bass (wearing tapewounds) here: https://www.youtube....h?v=8_v_Lbn8NTI Comes with correct size allan key for bridge & neck adjustment. Based in Glasgow but travel quite a bit. Postage is possible, and comes with a Hiscox hard case. Any questions welcome, cheers for looking. Trades: probably not, but anything very light and 32/33 scale would be interesting...
  19. very easy to communicate with and prompt replies - pleasure to do business with, cheers!
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