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GILLY

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  1. Recently sold Lozz a pedal. Seamless transaction, as expected!
  2. I have 2 TKS s112 (1x12) bass cabs for sale. I bought them as a pair thinking that I needed two but, as it happens, I only ever used one and this is in a band with drums, guitar, keys and vocals and I never found it lacking in any department. These are my 5th and 6th TKS products and every cab that I have had from them has been fabulous and beautifully put together. These cabs can be stacked in portrait or landscape. In portrait, the two together are a little bit under 4' high. Neither has a tweeter but I never felt that there was anything lacking in high end (and I have always had cabs with tweeters). The specs are below and the weight is not a misprint, these cabs weigh just 10kg each!! Both have really good padded covers. The cab I do not use is as new; The one that leaves the house is in fantastic condition but there is a glued back bit of vinyl on the underside back (see final pic) I am happy to split but for anyone in the market for a 2x12 cab, this pair together would offer a very flexible alternative. £200 each including p&p. No trades I'm afraid, I already have a replacement cab on the way. Specs: Impedance: 8 Ω Power handling (high average power test signal): 250 W RMS Recommended amplifier power: 150-300 W RMS @ 8 Ω Sensitivity[average]: 99 dB SPL @ 1W/1m Sensitivity[100Hz]: 98 dB SPL @ 1W/1m Sensitivity[max]: 103 dB SPL @ 1,5 kHz, 1W/1m Frequency response (-10db): 46 Hz - 4,8 kHz Displacement: 258 cm³ Measurements (WxHxD): 52x38x33 cm Weight: 10 kg
  3. Great bit of kit but pretty much unused of late so on offer here. Perfect working order, a couple of little paint chips and no box but I did download and print the user manual. The feet are ones I found at home as it didn't have any when I got it. £75 including postage. It will be packed well!
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  5. Great piece of kit and feels really well built. Plenty of information on the 'net about these and this one is in tip top condition. Boxed with instructions. £115 including postage UK mainland.
  6. Bought a pedal from Dan. Pleased to report that it was a totally straightforward transaction and I am delighted with my purchase. Highly recommended!
  7. Just bought an effects pedal from Andy. Amazing packaging, pedal looks new, so I am delighted with the transaction. I hope we cross paths again.
  8. Actually, Jaydee altered the pickups in 2000, hence the current models' spec showing them as SN2000. I believe they doubled the number of windings(might be exaggerating a bit) which gives the basses more output and punch. I had a mental count-up and have owned a staggering nine Jaydees since 1984, unfortunately all long gone, including two I had built to my spec(all MK shape though). My favourite in terms of looks and playability was a Mark King series 1, the first and largest of the Supernaturals that John Diggins designed and built. I gigged a series 2 some years ago in a rock covers band and it was brilliant and I never had neck issues with any of the ones I owned. I used to call in to see John and Andy if ever I was passing and it was always fascinating to see what being built or in the spray booth, invariably there was a Tony Iomni SG guitar in the making. John used to carry out repairs on all different makes of guitars and basses and I spotted a Status embossed Hiscox case one day. I mentioned it and John said "oh we work on any old stinky poo here." (Mark King was playing Kingbasses by now!) The thing about Jaydees is that they are eye sweet and the name 'Supernatural' is very cool and evocative.
  9. Bump, and a price reduction to reflect going rate for this model.
  10. 2020 Sterling by Musicman Stingray short scale in Olympic white with a very nice rosewood fingerboard. 3.5kg or 7.7lbs in old money. Fantastic fun and nails the 'Stingray' sound perfectly, along with two other variables - single coils and series. There are 80 pages on Talkbass about these and a few great vids on Youtube too. This one comes with a very good padded gig bag along with an Allen key for the saddles and a bar for adjusting the truss rod. New set of Ernie Ball nickels just put on it and I am including p&p in the sale. Any Qs, please PM. Pics to follow in a sec. £500 includes UK delivery
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