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Gamble

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  1. Hiya! I'm selling my Electro Harmonix Little Big Muff Pi fuzz pedal, good condition & still boxed with a couple of DVDs. I haven't got a PSU to fit this so I can only assume that the power input works but I'll gladly chuck in a fistful of 9v batteries if it sweetens the deal. There's some velcro stuck to the underside at the moment but I'll gladly remove that and get rid of the glue if it's a problem. I'm asking £45 for it, I'd prefer cash on collection from Norwich (close to the airport) but I will post at the buyer's expense. Any questions or requests for more photos please just ask. Cheers! Matt
  2. Hiya! I'm selling my rather rare Hughes & Kettner Warp Factor distortion pedal, in good condition & comes with the official 13v PSU (it doesn't take batteries). It goes full on filthy and doesn't lose the bottom end thanks to the "Sub" button which makes it pretty bass friendly. £60 £55 £40 and it's yours, I'd prefer cash on collection from Norwich (close to the airport) but I will post at the buyer's expense. Any questions or requests for more photos please just ask. Cheers! Matt
  3. Hiya! I'm selling my mint condition Boss SYB-5 bass synth pedal, still boxed (box just has a little residue from a price sticker on the front but I can probably get that off if it really bothers you) £80 £75 takes it, I'd prefer cash on collection from Norwich (close to the airport) but I will post at the buyer's expense. I'll gladly chuck in a fistful of 9v batteries too if it sweetens the deal! Any questions or requests for more photos please just ask. Cheers! Matt
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  5. But yeah, I'll try and get it out of the cab and take a picture soon - family life is just plain obstructive sometimes!
  6. It's jusy a straight tear in the paper cone, pretty much pointing straight to the centre. The real issue is that it's unresponsive to input, if it weren't for that I wouldn't have poked it to see if it was seized!
  7. I may have my wires crossed, it's possible they were talking about the 2x15 cabs. When you say it like that is does seem kinda redundant.
  8. I can't find where I read it now, but I think the argument was that the increase in bass wasn't worth if for the loss of clarity/highs/mid voicing.
  9. Thanks for the advice, it's good to have a few options!
  10. I read somewhere that the 15B was sometimes used as an upgrade in these cabs but wasn't actually as good as the 15L in terms of sound, but I'll certainly remember that you've got one if you might be prepared to part with it. I still need to get this one out and check it over properly, been on early starts all this week though so once the kids are in bed it's pretty much been time for sleep!
  11. I'll fish it out and have a proper look at some point though, just got to find the time!
  12. I hooked a speaker lead up directly to the back of it and got nothing, shouldn't be that it's been blown up as it's not been used since it last worked to my knowledge.
  13. Just going back a bit, does anyone have any suggestions on why the speaker is unresponsive to input? No point repairing the cone if it's still not going to go backwards and forwards.......
  14. Awesome, thanks for the input chaps! It's currently still for sale with the price negotiable, but I'll look into getting a repair on the driver in the meantime - it's got to be more attractive as working and complete, right?
  15. Hiya! I'm after a bit of guidance, if anyone knows their way around speakers your input would be gratefully received! So, I've got an old Mesa Boogie 1516b which has been in storage for a while and when I was checking it over ready to sell it the other day I discovered that the 15" speaker wasn't working, like an idiot I thought "I'll just see if the cone moves freely" and lets just say the paper didn't put up much of a fight. After that I opened the thing up properly and ran a cable direct to the back of the driver and it definitely seems to be a problem with the speaker and not the wiring, plus it's now got a tear in it. Not a great Saturday night. Anyway, my question is; is there anything I can try to A. diagnose the issue and B. repair the cone? Papier maché is all can think of unless it's actually replaceable. Failing that, what's a suitable replacement? I'm guessing that sensitivity would be important to match somewhat to keep a balance between the different sized speakers in the cab. Of course I'd like to spend as little on it as possible as I want to sell the thing rather then pour more money into it, but I don't want to stick any old junk in and make the cab undesirable and not be able to sell it full stop. What do all you clever people reckon?
  16. Hiya I've got a Mesa Boogie 1516b Bass Cab that I unfortunately need to shift, I can't find space for it at home so it really needs a new one. Showing it's age a bit but it sounds amazing, it's kinda like two cabs in one so you can bi-amp the top and bottom halves of it if you want to. **Unfortunately upon inspecting the cab it turns out the 15" speaker isn't working, I'm looking into options to repair/replace it but for now the cab is available in it's current state - price is obviously up for negotiation (I can't figure out how to alter the original post price on my phone!)** I'm based in Norwich near the airport, just let me know if you'd like to come have a look. Cheers!
  17. Cheers folks! I think that's generally a positive reaction to straplocks in general, and not a lot of negativity toward the flush ones. I think I'll fit them to my Jim Reed Jazz Bass too then..... :-)
  18. Just looking for opinions, I'm considering fitting flush mount Dunlop straplocks to my Warwick Corvette $$ (I like them, already got them on 3 of my basses) but not sure if they'd put anyone off if I ever came to sell the bass. Ta!
  19. All gone now I'm afraid, thanks to everyone who took an interest. Cheers!
  20. Like the title says, I've got loads of used bass strings and if they're any use to anyone they're very welcome to them. Collect from Norwich or I can post if you can cover the cost. Cheers!
  21. Cool, thanks chaps. I'll try and track down someone local for a price, but if anyone's got any solid recommendations for a luthier let me know. Cheers!
  22. Hiya all. I've spotted a bass I'd really rather like to add to my stable, but it's a fretless and unfortunately I don't play 'em - I'd be wanting to use this bass in my current band playing material already written that I can barely play with frets as it is, so don't suggest I just level up and learn something new either! ;-) I was just wondering if there's any reason I couldn't get it fretted for me by a luthier? The biggest issue I can foresee would be not getting enough additional height on the bridge, I'd imagine a new nut would be in order too but that shouldn't be the end of the world. Is there anything I'm overlooking? If it's all perfectly plausible, can anyone give me a rough idea of cost, and maybe some suggestions on where to take it for the work? Ideally in or around Norwich, but I'll happily travel or post it if needs be be. Cheers!
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  24. Hi chaps and chapesses I've got a pair of EMGs to put in a bass which I've had routed out to fit them, but the chap who modded the body for me says I need to line the cavities with conductive paint. I guess my question is, do I really?
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