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  1. [quote name='wal4string' post='1171192' date='Mar 21 2011, 08:01 PM']Another Jamerson Isolated Bass Line. Transcription not 100% but not far off, track fades out as the transcription but the isolated bass continues for a good 5 bars or more.[/quote] Looks good so far I'm going to give it a try tomorrow and play along with the track, but kudos to you so far!
  2. A good point Fatguy, and I can understand your sentiment - however, by the time I had (admittedly) kept the one that had arrived late for another month or so (as I didn't know if I'd needed it for another bass) the eBay shop had actually closed and with obviously no way to really to return it. Bear in mind that I've had it for about five years now just kept in storage, so I think you can grant me some reasoning for selling it now
  3. Hi all! I originally bought one of these for my girlfriend's Epiphone Thunderbird from the US - it got lost in the post, so they sent another one (very graciously). Then in a complete stroke of luck, the first one turned up about a month later! Hence why it is in its original packaging and literally completely untouched. Any questions, then please do not hesitate to ask
  4. [quote name='LeftyBiskit' post='1147594' date='Mar 2 2011, 07:54 PM']Evening fellow BCers, I was just wondering is there a dedicated pedal out there which can just perform the hold function like on the Boss Synth pedals. thanks. T[/quote] There is a pedal by Electro Harmonix called the Deep Freeze - that sounds like what you want . I've been considering getting one myself at some point!
  5. Exactly what it says on the tin [url="http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140519019259&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT#ht_532wt_981"]http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...IT#ht_532wt_981[/url]
  6. [quote name='UncleMeat' post='1118364' date='Feb 6 2011, 10:20 PM']Hi ya, is this still available?[/quote] PM'd!
  7. SOLD off of eBay. Thanks for reading, everybody!
  8. Right, just hauled this onto eBay for 0.99p start bid with reserve - [url="http://bit.ly/fnrAJu"]http://bit.ly/fnrAJu[/url] . Any questions then just drop me a line!
  9. Bump! Cab cover arrived yesterday, and fits great!
  10. [quote name='Stuee' post='1100622' date='Jan 24 2011, 12:01 PM']Indeed, Mike, food for thought. Sounds like you could do with some bigger speakers, perhaps a couple of 1x15s or maybe a 2x12 + 1x15. You need to shift a lot of air playing dub and reggae, so I can see why perhaps 2 small speakers aren't cutting it for you. Similarly, in jazz there isn't often a great demand for screaming trebles! Regarding your cab, I'm juggling numbers and gear at the moment, but I really like the look of it and if I can I will at least make you an offer. Thank you for taking the time to describe the cab. Maybe speak soon... Cheers, Stuee.[/quote] No problem Stuee! I had unfortunately joined the reggae band just after I got my cabinet, and I already knew straight away that it wouldn't be the right cabinet for that band! That's when I started to realise I may have made the wrong decision concerning suitability. When you're ready, feel free to make an offer and we can go from there! Thanks, Mike
  11. [quote name='Stuee' post='1099725' date='Jan 23 2011, 03:21 PM']What is it that you don't like about the sound? I have never heard one of these, but I get the feeling I might like it. My big cab is currently a Marshall 7410 which I love, but it's loony heavy! Any description you can give would help. Cheers, Stuee.[/quote] Hi there Stuee! Basically, I was looking at a lot of tweetered cabinets and for the ones that have a fairly wide frequency range. The NL-210 is a great cabinet because, interestingly, although it does go pretty high the tweeter goes up to about 14khz (which is not completely stratospheric). The tweeter can be had surprisingly high before things get a little 'too' much! A truly natural sounding cabinet - if you want a cabinet that'll reproduce what you put in very faithfully, this is what you want! The NL-210 also goes satisfyingly deep ! Not 'the' deepest 2x10 most likely, but in relative terms definitely one of the deeper ones. I've been playing in groups such as a reggae band and an old school jazz/swing band, and in these contexts I then found that I wasn't using the tweeter a great deal. The great thing is that the speakers actually have a decent level of brightness, so the tweeter is fortunately a fairly optional thing. However, I have definitely come to the conclusion that something a bit more 'old school' (and probably something without a tweeter) would probably be my best bet this cab sits great in most styles of music, but when you're playing reggae (especially) you end up EQ'ing out so much of what the NL-210 does so well I then decided what I first had in mind probably wasn't right for me. Hope this has helped you Stuee - if you've got any more questions, please don't be afraid to ask. Mike
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  13. [quote name='pantherairsoft' post='1094297' date='Jan 18 2011, 07:48 PM']Max says a boost is no problem so off to Max it goes. Cheers for the advice folks![/quote] That's a very interesting read. How do you power your OC-2 as well? If you run it with batteries or with a 12V input, it will run internally fine at 9V but if you run it with a 9V input it'll run lower than 9V as (strangely) there is a resistor that brings the voltage down by a few volts as the original Boss adaptor (ACA?) was actually 12V, so the pedal then needed to be stepped down to 9V...very strange. When I didn't realise this, I got some distortion with my OC-2 and a few other minor problems but it was completely fixed once I started putting 12V into it.
  14. There is a member called headofire that has been looking for one of these! You might want to drop him a message
  15. Hello all! Originally posted in 'Amps for Sale' because I'm stupid. I have this particular Dave Hall Amps pedal for sale. I originally had this for sale a few months ago but when the buyer received it, he unfortunately found that the Boost and I/P knobs were crackly (to my huge bemusement). I have kept this pedal safe since then, but it doesn't seem to be a profound problem at all. It seems like a pretty big build up of dust on the pots because when I've given them a bit of a stiff swoosh around quite a bit of the noise goes, so I am going to put some arm grease into it. Either way, I will make the situation on this *very* clear before I send it out but I do reckon that there isn't an actual mechanical problem with them. I'm trying to find the original pictures for it but it's aesthetically and internally in very sound condition. With all these considerations £70 including postage would seem fair! I can also include the original adapter for £7.50 (originally about £19) as it is a 12V centre positive which is a wee bit unusual. Any questions, then please just drop me a line
  16. Oh balls - wrong section. Think I might put my brain up for sale at this rate.
  17. Hello all! I have this particular Dave Hall Amps pedal for sale. I originally had this for sale a few months ago but when the buyer received it, he unfortunately found that the Boost and I/P knobs were a bit crackly (to my huge bemusement). I have kept this pedal safe since then, but it doesn't seem to be a profound problem at all. It seems like a pretty big build up of dust on the pots because when I've given them a bit of a stiff swoosh around quite a bit of the noise goes, so I am going to put some arm grease into it. I'm trying to find the original pictures for it but it's aesthetically and internally in very sound condition. With all these considerations £70 including postage would seem fair! Any questions, then please just drop me a line
  18. Hi there mate - I'm based in Shoreham by Sea, which is about two miles away from Brighton!
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