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Prime_BASS

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    Going MAD for that distorted sound
  • Birthday 06/03/1990

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  1. Don't want to accept anything less than stated posted. As I'd need to replace it with another noise gate.
  2. Prime_BASS

    SOLD

    Yes however this one doesn't quiet fit my check list exactly unfortunately.
  3. Added new pictures now haha. And a gif.
  4. Prime_BASS

    Need help big time.

    Excellent thanks for that. Just had a moment of panic as I tried to think of the key logically with my limited theory.
  5. Prime_BASS

    Need help big time.

    These are just my bass notes. Then the guitar plays these notes along with a f# for every note, to make a chord?
  6. Prime_BASS

    Need help big time.

    It's safe to say I'm a bit musically dumb. I know enough to get by and to usually tell of something is out/off, but usually if it sounds good it is good. So I've wrote a song with the band we are in the process of recording and it's come to my attention it might not be totally all in key.... 😧. The verse is in 4/4 and goes a little like. E...D#...B...A#./B. So the last bar is two counts of A# and two counts of B. Now it's just come to my attention that neither Emajor or E minor has all these notes. With major missing D# and minor missing A#. Do we have to start again ? Haha!
  7. No one wants this cause I have crap picture type bump
  8. Not read that review, but agree never had any pop when it engages the compressor at all. The only reason u don't use the compressor side is that I've set my bass up to be pretty even and then use loads of overdrive which naturally compresses the signal anyway
  9. As above, used for the past 2 years! Amazing noise gate and compressor, just don't use the compressor side at all. We all know what these are and offer the best sound and all the parameters you need to dial it in. With the added bonus of running them in a number of ways. In series, parallel, into each other, into different pedals, different pedals going into different sides etc etc etc etc. No box or manual but have the original PSU and will provide a 9v to 18v adapter I have had for it that works brilliantly, and also does other voltages too. Will ship to mainland UK or can collect from Nottingham.
  10. Would trade for a camera of equal or less value plus cash, or a MacBook of equal or less value plus cash.
  11. Price drop to 800
  12. Forgot to add, I changed the pickgaurd screws to new black ones however I do have some new silvers ones I will put in with it as well. As far as trades go, I'd only be interested in a very nice P bass with a jazz neck, or a an early EBMM sterling with bridge mutes, with a maple fingerboard.
  13. Acquired from eBay on a whim and despite it being a great bass just isn't for me tonally. Only asking what she owes me as I've put a lot more into it since owning it. 2004-2010 deluxe jazz bass, weighs 8.4 lbs According to serial database was made on the back end of 2003 and despite its age is in fantastic condition. I brought a bunch of genuine fender parts to replace broken/missing parts and only replaced what it needed, so nothing major has been taken off. Has had a fret polish, fresh strings and two setups done. Pretty low action but IMO would need a shim to get the perfect height (for me and I like it very low >3mm at the 12th fret) £800 posted. £750 collected. Comes with a generic gator hard case The pics!
  14. Prime_BASS

    Need a new preamp

    As above really. Want a replacement pre-amp to go into this fender American deluxe bass I have. I'd like to keep it as it is really but not have to do any work so want a drop in sort of job. So it's volume, blend, stacked bass treble, mids and then the Jack is on the side. Also for it to run, 9 and 18 volts, and maybe a passive mode too of possible. Ideally don't want to be soldering in any pots and just either clip in the pickups or solder the pickups in. Easy peasy. A quick look through bass direct and most seem to require a lot of work to get on the bass.
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