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  1. Dropbox Photos Link - Lexicon MX 400 XL I'm starting to have a bit of a clear out of my studio and PA gear....so I can buy some more Here's my Lexicon MX 400 XL - Multi Effects Processor with internal power supply. Fully functional and in great condition apart from the scratch on the top. Still has the plastic over the screen. Comes with the manual but no original box however I will pack it very carefully (as always). Great for using either in the studio as rack hardware or linked to your DAW via the USB port, in a PA, or with an instrument through the FX loop of your amp. This is the uprated model with XLR connections. Originally these were about £550 but can be bought new for £250 now. Link to Sound on Sound - https://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/lexicon-mx400400xl 17 legendary Lexicon® reverbs Lexicon delays & modulation effects Reverbs - Small Hall; Large Hall; Surround Hall; Small Plate; Large Plate; Room; Chamber; Gated Reverb; Reverse Reverb; Vocal Hall; Vocal Plate; Drum Hall; Drum Plate; Ambience; Studio; Arena; Spring Delays - Studio Delay; Digital Delay; Tape Delay; Pong Delay; Mod Delay; Reverse Delay; 2-tap Delay Dbx Dynamics - Compressor; De-esser Other Effects - Chorus; Flanger; Phaser; Tremolo/Pan; Rotary; Vibrato; Pitch Shift; Detune Quad-processor design 7 effect routing options 99 Factory/99 user programs for Stereo mode 99 Factory/99 user programs for Dual-Stereo mode 25 Factory/25 user surround programs USB “Hardware Plug-In” feature with VST® and Audio Units plug-in software MX-Edit™ (software not included) Dual S/PDIF Digital Input/Output 24 bit, 48kHz/44.1kHz sample rates Large front panel LCD display MIDI IN and THRU Balanced/unbalanced XLR I/O
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    Missed the boat?

    There's a Blues Jam on a Wednesday at Drummonds from 8pm. Might find some likeminded folks there. :-)
  3. For Sale or Trade is my Wood & Tronics Chronos Klimt 5 String bass. This bass features an stunning AAAAA quilted Poplar top with a unique Aqua/Black finish over an American Walnut body. There is a custom "W" logo on the 12th fret. The electronics are custom W&T / Kent Armstrong dual coils with a Nordstrand 2 band preamp with active / passive switching and passive tone control.There are a few small marks on the back of the bass and a match head sized ding on the bottom edge. The rest of the bass is in wonderful condition and would have cost over £3000 new. It comes with straplocks and hard case. I'm looking for £1500.Scale : 34 InchesBody : American WalnutTop Wood : AAAAA quilted Poplar with aqua/black tint. High gloss finish. (£500 option)Neck : 3-piece Maple/AshFretboard : EbonyFretboard inlays etc: Custom 12th Fret inlay, side dots in brassFrets : 24 Mandolin sizePickups : Custom W&T / Kent Armstrong Dual CoilElectronics : Nordstrand 2 band preamp with active/passive switching and passive tone control. 2 switches : for Series / Single / Parallel coil selection on each pickup.Tuners : Hipshot Ultalight in blackBridge : ETS in BlackNeck finish : SatinTrade wise I'm pretty much sorted for basses at the moment but ones I could be interested in are Fodera Emperor, JCR CM or ST, Sei Flamboyant etc. It would need to be a 5 string with active electronics, 24 frets and strangely enough I do like a highly figured wood top.
  4. Here's my Alembic F-1X preamp for sale or trade. These superb bass pre-amps usually go for about $1600 new (£1000). I'm looking for £520. This unit is in full working order and excellent condition. Some Alembic F-1X info from their website: The F-1X gives you a unity-gain impedance matching amplifier to feed guitar-level effects units. The effects return goes thru the tube gain stage and then to the tone controls. The signal from the tone controls is amplified and sent to the full-range output jack on the rear panel. This same signal is also fed to the crossover network. A transformer-isolated output feeds a 3-pin Cannon jack. Circuit detail Two input jacks provide the same functionality as found on the F-2B preamplifier. The input is buffered by a cathode follower tube circuit, which is a unity-gain impedance matching amplifier to feed the guitar level effects loop. This gives minimum loading on the output signal from the guitar while driving the effects loop gear with the same signal voltage level as the guitar but at a lower impedance, to isolate cable and other loading effects from the guitar pickups. A solid state circuit restores the signal level after the volume control and provides impedance matching to drive the full range output jack on the rear panel. Additionally, it drives the crossover network. A transformer-isolated balanced output to an XLR type connector provides auxiliary Recording or PA feed. A switch selects the source to be the effects return (Pre) or the full range output (Post). The AC Line (Mains) connection is an IEC (computer-type) detachable cord. The supply voltage can be changed by moving jumpers inside the unit to operate from 100, 120, 220, and 240 volts for operation anywhere in the world.
  5. QSC PLX 3602 Power Amp - lightweight at 21lbs, but heavyweight with 3,600 watts at 4 ohms bridged! Normal 2 channel running gives 1100 watt at 4 ohm and 775 watt at 8 ohm. Still plenty of power to wake the neighbours! Very good condition with the light rack marks as its only been used to power my bands subs for a couple of years. RRP on this beast is £1,399 and I'm asking £580. Here's the QSC link: http://www.qsc.com/live-sound/products/power-amplifiers/plx2-series/plx3602/
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