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  1. Lightweight Bass Cabinets for Sale Consisting of 500 watt amp head weighing a slim 2.9Kg and two Hartke 1x12" cabs, with tweeters, weighing 15Kg each. All items available separately, offers considered. Collection from Ash in Surrey, or can meet at Guildford Station. Looking for £315 including postage within UK. Meeting within a one hour drive of Ash is negotiable. Selling as no longer being used! No trades please. Full pictures below. Ashdown MiBass 550 500 watts rms at 4ohms Weighs 2.9kg Powerful 7(!) band semi-parametric EQ 2 jack/Speakon outputs 8.3 x 2.6 x 6.3 inches EQ presets, FX loop, balanced DI out and lots more... https://ashdownmusic.com/products/mibass-550 This amp head has been rarely used and is in good condition. The EQ is extremely powerful with handy pre-set tone curves and it fits in a gig bag pocket. Looking for £165 if purchased individually. Delivery £14 insured via Parcelforce. Hartke Hydrive HX112 (two available) 300 watts rms power handling 12" hybrid paper/aluminum cone Switchable between 4 and 8 ohms impedance Size: 20" x 22" x 17.5" Weigh 15kg 41Hz–17kHz frequency response Switchable tweeter (on/off/-6dB) Feet have been relocated to make them more upright but can easily be put back to their original horizontal position. Speakon/jack inputs and more... http://www.samsontech.com/hartke/products/cabinets/hydrive-cabinets/hx112/ These cabs are nice and light, project well and are a comfortable one hand carry. They are in fair condition, reflected in the price. The tolex at the back has previously peeled and has been thoroughly stuck back on as per pictures. Looking for £165 each if purchased individually including postage (insured), offers considered. Photos: I've not been active on here in a while, but my old feedback thread is here: Thanks for reading!
  2. [b]For sale: an almost mint Zoom B9.1ut. [/b] This multifx provides a remarkable range of usable sounds, comprehensive controls and great modelling. The build quality is excellent, display is clear, and it manages to be remarkably easy to use, despite its huge range of functions - the four way expression pedal being a particular favourite feature of mine. Full details and downloads on the Zoom website here: [url="https://www.zoom.co.jp/products/guitar-bass-effects/bass/b91ut-bass-effects-console"]https://www.zoom.co....effects-console[/url] I have never gigged this pedal and, due to mainly playing in jazz bands, have rarely used it as it is simply too powerful for my needs! Comes in its original box with power supply, posted for [s]£95[/s] £90 all in. This is a very popular pedal, and it isn't hard to see, or hear, why! [attachment=225057:Zoom B9.1ut.jpg]
  3. Bought a Yamaha TRB5 II from Mark. Excellent transaction from start to finish, item arrived in perfect condition and very well packaged - thoroughly recommended!
  4. Ach, can't believe I missed the start of this! I've got a huge amount of free time over the next five weeks as well. Hopefully there will be another one starting soon-ish, sounds fantastic.
  5. I have a pair of the Alesis M1 MK2 Actives that I picked up from ebay for £113 second hand, had them 6 months and they've been perfect. I think they're nice, to my ears they sound more neutral than my friend's Yamaha HS50s which sound much more forward and agressive, they also go much deeper.
  6. Bought a mixed pack of strings from Andy, a pleasure to buy from, would certainly deal with again.
  7. [quote name='Jayben' timestamp='1347910231' post='1806573'] +1 please!! Would be so much appreciated! [/quote] +1 Me too please!
  8. [quote name='bagsieblue' timestamp='1346963035' post='1795503'] Again - as per your other video 'yamahabass' As requested by PM for my benefit and others: Impressive playing you've posted up there. This is something I've started to try getting into as well. Can I ask what scales / chord tones / substitutions you are visualising / thought processes / thinking about on the neck when you are playing? Are you mentally thinking to outline / connect each chord change? Are you thinking anything in terms of chord subs etc? [/quote] I would be interested too!
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