Me and my band are straying into the realm of using IEMs to eliminate the need for onstage cabs and sound. I today just bought a pair of Sennheiser SE535s and the SubZero SZ-IM2 transmitter & receiver and, I don’t know, I’m disappointed. Admittedly I’ve never tried IEMs before so I didn’t know what to expect, but for hundreds of pounds worth of gear, I expected better sound quality. I get better clarity from my Apple earphones frankly, please someone tell me I’m doing something wrong?
LAURUS Quasar T900XR 5-String + Original Laurus Case.
Scale: 34 ", 24 frets
Neck: neck-thru, 5 ply Maple / Amaranth
Body: Kaya mahogany
Top: Premium Maple (Buckeye)
Keyboard: Phenolic resin
Pick-up: Nordstrand, 2 dual coils
Electronics: Noll 9/18 volts, passive / active 3-way
Nut: Brass, adjustable for each individual string
Made in Italy, by Pierluigi Cazzola. http://www.laurus.it/
Shipping through UPS in all Europe, payment through Paypal with invoice.
Very handy pedalboard-friendly headphone amp. Ideal for practice and wired IEM purposes (especially because it has a limiter function like high-end IEM transmitters, so any mic drops/sound man snafus don't blow your eardrums).
Footprint is just 100mm x 92mm
More info here.
EDIT: WILL INCLUDE POWER SUPPLY FOR £5 EXTRA. These do not come with a power supply as stock, but I have one which works perfectly which I can include if you like - see last pic. NB this unit needs 15V centre-positive.
Up for Trade/Sale my 1975 Fender Precision. The guitar is all original bar a recent refret. A very good playing bass. I won't bore you with flowery descriptions you all know what you are looking at.
1975 Fender P Bass
Original throughout - Pick Ups, Pots, Bridge, Tuners
Just been restrung with Roto Sound Flat Wounds
Obvious wear to body
Small gouge/dent to rear of neck - doesn't effect the playing
Refret - Makes the bass less than 100% original
Case is heavily worn and marked though all the locks work as they should (no keys)
More pictures available - Any queries drop me a line.
Ideally would like to trade for a Fender Pro Junior Amp or 57 Tweed Champ - with cash adjustment either way.
Effects Pedals (I'm a sucka for them - Strymon - Analogman - D*A*M - Earthquaker Devices - W H Y
4 String Bass - W H Y
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*** Following stripping the bass for requested additional pictures the pots date the bass to 1976 not 1975 as originally stated. The neck feels very similar in profile to a Jazz.****
43mm at the Nut
Bass weighs a trim 9lbs on the trusty bathroom scales
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** Reduced £1725 **