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Eich bass board
£360
South Oxfordshire


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I bought this from bass direct last year. It’s an amazing bit of kit, particularly if you use IEMs which I don’t very often . It’s great for silent practice as well. Used live, you can really feel the bass, so much better than backline alone. 

This is the medium sized one and has had very little use. It is unmarked. 

http://w.bassdirect.co.uk/bass_guitar_specialists/Eich_Bass_boards.html

Too big to post so happy to meet within a reasonable distance of OX10.

Any questions let me know. 

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I'm intrigued. I don't really fully grasp what these do  Are they only for in ears users? Do they just vibrate? Or do they produce sound? 

I'm interested because I don't use in ears but often get told I'm too loud and turn down to the point where I can't enjoy playing. 

 

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34 minutes ago, stewblack said:

I'm intrigued. I don't really fully grasp what these do  Are they only for in ears users? Do they just vibrate? Or do they produce sound? 

I'm interested because I don't use in ears but often get told I'm too loud and turn down to the point where I can't enjoy playing. 

 

They don’t make much noise but they aren’t silent. Basically you can feel the bass though the platform. I have my office chair on one so when I play (through my headphones) I can feel the bass too; it’s like standing on a massive stage with a huge rig behind you. 

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I'm intrigued too, our drummer uses a P&D drumthrone and he swears by it......I can definitely see the benefit of having one of these and am sorely tempted to try one, it just seems a bit extravagant (ott) for pubs and the occasional corporate gig? 

GLWTS🙂

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1 hour ago, Thor said:

I'm intrigued too, our drummer uses a P&D drumthrone and he swears by it......I can definitely see the benefit of having one of these and am sorely tempted to try one, it just seems a bit extravagant (ott) for pubs and the occasional corporate gig? 

GLWTS🙂

I probably wouldn’t use mine live but use it at home all the time, even when just listening to music so I can feel the bass drum. 

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