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frannie01

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  • Birthday 05/05/1956

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  1. Hi I could be mistaken but when I was teaching at The Acm we had one with very low out put....Don't know how but it was operating passively no pre amp ? have you checked the pre amp section ?
  2. Hi My John East J retro 1 has been amazing up until last week and I'm still not sure if its the jack socket or the pre-amp Problems 1) The passive switch now no longer works 2) When the volume control is turned all the way up volume disappears. Anybody else encounter the same problem ?
  3. Ok Thanks,Can I have a think about it ? cheers Paul
  4. Hi Interesting looking instrument just a couple of quetions 1) how close to a double bass sound,do you get ? 2) Where are you based ? 3) price wise what are we talking between £200-300.00 ? Cheers Paul
  5. Hi Richard I'll give you abuzz tomorrow,( Thursday ) any particular time ?
  6. Hi Richard I'm interested in the Stagg but live in Dorset. Ive looked at courier prices and for the bass alone and could get a courier for between 5-10 quid , I could also look into the same for the stand ? Ive replaced the neck on one in the past which comes of quite easily so theres always the possibility of sending it that way... Thanks Paul
  7. "They were absolutely fantastic, bringing the entire audience roaring to its feet." Telegraph Peggy Lee was one of the great figures of jazz and American popular song, with a career spanning six decades. Sinatra called her 'regal'; Duke Ellington called her 'the queen'. She wrote and sang for Disney's Lady And The Tramp and had a string of hits stretching from her early days with Benny Goodman until the 1990s. In this wonderful show, jazz vocalist Jo Harrop pays tribute to the sultriest songstress of all, delivering moving renditions of classics such as Fever, Why Don't You do Right and The Folks Who Live On The HIll. Featuring Alex Webb on piano, Paul Francis on bass, Joel Prime on drums and special guest Tony Kofi on alto sax
  8. Thanks so much to Jazz Jurasica #JulieSheppard #Theswim for giving us the opportunity to play at th festival. I think the balance of some of our original instrumentals plus some classic funkier vocal tunes seemed to work really well ! Everyone from the sound,restaurant staff and the audience made us feel welcome,so nothing but praise from the band.#robpalmer#terryquinney #tomvalelly #veroniquejoly Regards Paul Francis
  9. The Vic Naylor Group." This group tributes the early seventies sounds of Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. Expect improvised electric fusion from a unique lineup of distinct voices. Jon Lloyd- saxes Rob Palmer- guitar Jim Lovell- guitar Pail Francis - bass Neil Evans drums
  10. Cool thanks for this Paul F
  11. Hi I'm interested in this Where abouts are you in Herts ? Yes just checked on the maps, I can do that, What days are good for you. Thanks
  12. Hi I'm interested in this Where abouts are you in Herts ?
  13. Ok Thats makes sense now Great stuff Thanks .........
  14. Hi I was looking for a foot switch for a Genz shuttle head ,which I was lead to believe had been discontinued.I became a little confused regarding The Current Genz Benz Amps website, it seems to indicate that the older Shuttle series of amps are currently available as there is no wording to indicate otherwise http://www.genzbenz.com or is the webpage just giving out support info for the older models ? Cheers Paul F
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