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Plus one Warwick Streamer Std1 2000 ;)
Mine still here
Today I took my trusted Eden 112 combo to a livingroom gig. Big livingroom actually, beside the space for the band, there was room for...
No choice yesterday. This was the backline provided by the venue. Great sounding set up. A bit different eq but no problem getting a...
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1. No battery anxiety
2. No fiddling-with-knobs dilemma
3. More dynamics with passive (imho)
4. Less hustle overall
Although I play 100% passive, I still have one active bass (for sale), an Ibanez ATK 400.
I tested it yesterday after Lug's mention earlier. No...
I am using an XVive wireless system for quite a while now. And I am very happy with it.
Plug and play! No batteries, just hook them up with USB to...
Very nice review, Billy Bob!
I already own the BG110 which I have on my desk as a practice amp, but I'm kind of jealous of the X4's bluetooth...
Yes, also the simple and intuitive eq design and leaving out any otiose knobs and switches are a major plus of the Quilter amp.
I'm not one for rear ported cabs, such as these Markbass, but I am intrigued by the Quilter Bass Block. Always have been, never tried one....
Very nice though for whoever owns a BG100/BG110 that are whithout the possibility of hooking up an extra speaker.
I have the BG110 and a BP300 = a...
And? Significant difference?
I'm really gassing on the PR5 natural.
But at Thomann's delivery time is "several months "!
I have installed Loxx strap locks as I have on all my basses. The screws for these are a tiny bit bigger than most.
No problem getting them into...
I also tried my BG110 with one of my bands, which is a semi acoustic four piece; very subtle drummer (!), acoustic piano, steelstring guitar and...