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1 hour ago, PatrickJ said:

 

What do you think of the elf?  I'm considering a nice little compact rig and am considering an Elf - @Doodmade it sound great on his video review.

 

I think it's great. Through my 4 ohm/103dB  GR Bass cab, it's very loud, plenty loud enough to gig with. Obviously not as beefy with the wee cab, and if you turn it up a compressor comes in rather than overdrive so not at all like my Orange Terror sound wise but the MojoMojo can correct that.

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18 hours ago, PatrickJ said:

 

What do you think of the elf?  I'm considering a nice little compact rig and am considering an Elf - @Doodmade it sound great on his video review.


Thank you ❤️! I’ve actually been thinking about getting one myself for house rehearsal sessions!

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I took the new stack:-) over my brother's today. Noodling away while he played with the controls on the elf. Sounds HUGE when you really crank up the bass . In the last few degrees the gain control suddenly bring in some nice dirt as well as enough clank to make you think you have brand new strings on. This is vintage '62 jazz PUPs so might be more controllable with a hotter bass.

 

Should be loud enough for rehearsal, gigs with a PA and a not-too-loud drummer.

 

We did find the PJB C2 did break up a bit on the low G when you use loads of bass boost, but backing off a bit sorted it.

 

I suspect the cab is tuned with a small peak at low G to max the response for the low E.

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On 26/12/2007 at 13:39, steve-soar said:

Here's mine. I am using the Ashdown and the Hartke with a feed to each from the GT6B. Need to tweek the EQ's but as it is it does sound brilliant.
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.....15 years later, I have a Kramer, (thank you Josh), and a QSC PLX 3021, with cabs but no front end. 

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I've had the amp (bought on here) and cabs from new since they were launched about a year or so ago. The bass is a new addition purchased on here from Joe. So glad I decided to as it sounds wonderful. "Everything from Marcus to Jaco" in his own words. The John East pre took some getting used to but a month on feels more natural. I usually set and forget all my other basses.

 

I normally play 5 string high c on all my instruments but wanted a more standard low b setup as after many years of not being in a band forming one again with a few friends. Looking forward to gigging after what seems like a lifetime (technically having 3 young kids lifetimes...)

 

It looks as good as it sounds...or sounds as good as it looks.

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20 minutes ago, Mikey D said:

I've had the amp (bought on here) and cabs from new since they were launched about a year or so ago. The bass is a new addition purchased on here from Joe. So glad I decided to as it sounds wonderful. "Everything from Marcus to Jaco" in his own words. The John East pre took some getting used to but a month on feels more natural. I usually set and forget all my other basses.

 

I normally play 5 string high c on all my instruments but wanted a more standard low b setup as after many years of not being in a band forming one again with a few friends. Looking forward to gigging after what seems like a lifetime (technically having 3 young kids lifetimes...)

 

It looks as good as it sounds...or sounds as good as it looks.

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I love a matching bass/rig, that is classy AF.

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Just now, andy67 said:

Starter for ten 🥳

 

 

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How much for the Sheehan man? Hook a brother up for one hit of seafoam.

 

I love these basses. They suggest a style I don't play in although I'm sure they're very versatile really.

 

Billy was actually the original reaoen before Gary Willis I started playing with 3 fingers.

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