Due to a good financial start to the year I have upgraded from these superb Adam Audio Studio Monitors. These are therefore for sale at a bargain price. New this set would set you back £565 - £600.
These are the start of the Adam Audio range, however, they really are fantastic performers and get some great reviews on t'internet.
I would prefer to sell as a set, but would split at the following prices: £200 for the T5Vs and £200 for the T10s.
Prices are plus, within reasonable distance, delivery petrol costs. Collection preferred. Post 29 March that is allowed (subject to any changes in the government's plans).
The T5Vs have 5" drivers, 1.9" ribbon tweeters. 45hz to 25khz range. They are powered monitors with a 70w RMS built in amp.
The T10s has a 10" driver. 28hz to 120hz range. Powered sub with 130w RMS built in amp.
There are two scuff marks one the front of the T10s as can be seen in the photo, but otherwise these are in unmarked pristine fully working condition. If it was not for the good start to the year for me, I would have no hesitation in keeping these on.
Lovely little high quality utility pedal.
Mini Parametric Mid control to boost or cut a specific mid frequency.
Also has an volume knob so can be used as a clean boost.
Active passive input switch as well.
Great for getting a mid cut slap tone or mid boosted lead tone at the stomp of a button.
Small touch if velcro on the bottom. Not very sticky so v easy to remove.
Price includes UK postage.
Selling this Hamstead Soundworks Subspace Overdrive Pedal as I'm looking to downsize my board. Used but in excellent condition, handmade in the UK, this pedal is a true Swiss-Army knife od distortion pedals - it can go from clean boost, to subtle drive, to modern aggressive tones, to crazy fuzzess (See specs below). It also features a Parallel control to retain your low end as well as a super silent Octo-switch.
Collection in person or shipment at buyer's expense. Thanks for looking.
-10dB Input Gain Switch
Oversaturated, Glitchy Fuzz
+/-18dB of Treble and Bass Boost and Cut
Parallel Dry Control with x2 Boost
Defined High Gain Distortion
Warm, Vintage Overdrive
Frequency Specific Clipping
Powerful, Versatile Tone Shaping
3 Clipping Circuits
Optical OptoKick Footswitch (Silent and Reliable Switching)
Compact, Durable Build
So I just made a sort of "4x 10" + high frequency tweeter horn" faux cab sim (not completely accurate, really just set to my personal liking, but perhaps not all that different from a 4x 10" cab with its high frequency tweeter attenuated some) on my Zoom MS-70CDR by stacking 5 of the 2 band parametric bass equalizers, "BassParaEQ", and thought I'd share it in case someone else could have use of this experiment of mine.
Of course this could be made with any 10 band parametric equalizer, and one could eventual skip the boost of the 400Hz and 800Hz bands, if they only got 8 bands available, eventual the 50Hz and 120Hz bands as well, in case they only got 6 bands at their disposal, also technically one might be able to get away with skipping the 20kHz band too, as the signal from a bass won't produce much frequency content above 10kHz anyway, and finally one might want to set the 400Hz and 800Hz bands differently, slightly boosting or cutting them according to the preferred character of the simulated cab.
So here's how I have the EQ's set, listed in the order of the signal flow:
Freq: 50Hz Q: 1 Boost/Cut: + 1dB
Freq: 120Hz Q: 1 Boost/Cut: + 2dB
Freq: 400Hz Q: 4 Boost/Cut: + 2dB
Freq: 800Hz Q: 2 Boost/Cut: + 2dB
Freq: 1.6kHz Q: 2 Boost/Cut: - 1dB
Freq: 2kHz Q: 4 Boost/Cut: + 1dB
Freq: 4.5kHz Q: 4 Boost/Cut: - 1dB
Freq: 6.3kHz Q: 4 Boost/Cut: - 1dB
Freq: 10kHz Q: 1 Boost/Cut: - 20dB
Freq: 20kHz Q: 1 Boost/Cut: - 20dB