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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby twelvepoint on Mon Feb 05, 2018 7:44 pm

Never seen those basses before but it looks kinda awesome
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby weezy on Tue Feb 06, 2018 1:46 pm

twelvepoint wrote:Never seen those basses before but it looks kinda awesome


this got sold
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby tmoneygetpaid on Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:04 pm

The studio is selling:

our Ampeg SVT head $1200

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the Eastwood tenor guitar $450

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1/4" pancakes of BASF-era LPR 35 (long playing formula) $30 each for 3600' pancake. NOS.

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3M/ Scotch 1" leader, 1000' for $40

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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby yard barf on Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:06 pm

tmoneygetpaid wrote:The studio is selling:

our Ampeg SVT head $1200

the Eastwood tenor guitar $450

1/4" pancakes of BASF-era LPR 35 (long playing formula) $30 each for 3600' pancake

3M/ Scotch 1" leader, 1000' for $40


Sell me the Mann amp, whydontcha? When's the last time anyone even plugged it in? I give it good home, lots of love, warm bed.
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby tmoneygetpaid on Tue Feb 06, 2018 4:18 pm

Yeah, the Mann is great, and I've never seen another one for sale online!
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby TylerSavage on Tue Feb 06, 2018 4:38 pm

tmoneygetpaid wrote:Yeah, the Mann is great, and I've never seen another one for sale online!


they're all in Ontario, 5-6 a year probably
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby Riff Magnum on Wed Feb 07, 2018 7:55 am

TylerSavage wrote:
tmoneygetpaid wrote:Yeah, the Mann is great, and I've never seen another one for sale online!


they're all in Ontario, 5-6 a year probably



what is this magical amp you speak of?
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby Dr Tony Balls on Wed Feb 07, 2018 10:29 am

Riff Magnum wrote:
TylerSavage wrote:
tmoneygetpaid wrote:Yeah, the Mann is great, and I've never seen another one for sale online!


they're all in Ontario, 5-6 a year probably



what is this magical amp you speak of?



Depends on the model, but MANN is one of the Garnet "Stencil" amps. So called because Garnet built them but they were sold under other brand names (kinda like a lot of early English amps). Most were essentially Garnets of one model or another.
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby savineis on Fri Feb 09, 2018 4:29 pm

Samaritan Electric. I've got Strats and a project and an oddball and a bass.
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby Riff Magnum on Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:34 pm

weezy wrote:1985 Peavey Dyna-Bass. Skinny Jazz bass type neck, the frets look un-worn. Has an active 3-band EQ preamp, or switch it off and use as passive. Has the cool Super Ferrite pickups and the cool Schaller tuning machines/roller bridge.

$250 for my PRF homies.

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Is this up on reverb too?
Just wondering cuz my bassist has a T-40 and a Fury and seems intrigued by the dyna. Can you try your best to describe the tone or if you're familiar with his other basses, compare and contrast? Thanks!
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby weezy on Fri Feb 09, 2018 10:13 pm

Riff Magnum wrote:
weezy wrote:1985 Peavey Dyna-Bass. Skinny Jazz bass type neck, the frets look un-worn. Has an active 3-band EQ preamp, or switch it off and use as passive. Has the cool Super Ferrite pickups and the cool Schaller tuning machines/roller bridge.

$250 for my PRF homies.

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Is this up on reverb too?
Just wondering cuz my bassist has a T-40 and a Fury and seems intrigued by the dyna. Can you try your best to describe the tone or if you're familiar with his other basses, compare and contrast? Thanks!



Yeah I've got it on Reverb now too. Funnily enough I've had a T-40 and Fury too. All 3 sound fuckin' great, but I would put the Dyna up on the same level of the T-40 which is one of Peavey's best. The T-40 is super versatile, and the Dyna is too, just in a different way, with the active preamp/EQ. So probably more modernish if you wanted, you can go extreme with the EQ, but you can also switch it off and go passive. I kinda prefer the controls on the Dyna, because I like pan pots. I like the super ferrite pickups a lot.

The neck on the Dyna is faster and skinny compared to the T-40/Fury/Patriot, more like a jazz bass neck profile. Also, it doesn't weigh a fuck-ton like a T-40.
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby Riff Magnum on Sun Feb 11, 2018 10:24 am

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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby four_oclocker_2 on Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:35 pm

The Ludwig Atlas Mount is one of the best things to happen to drum hardware in the last several decades. However, I have too many of them and not enough kits to keep 'em on, so time to liquidate.

EDIT - SOLD TO DAN FROM THE BISMARCK, DAN COME ON DOWN!
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby TylerSavage on Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:51 am

Dr Tony Balls wrote:
Riff Magnum wrote:
TylerSavage wrote:
tmoneygetpaid wrote:Yeah, the Mann is great, and I've never seen another one for sale online!


they're all in Ontario, 5-6 a year probably



what is this magical amp you speak of?



Depends on the model, but MANN is one of the Garnet "Stencil" amps. So called because Garnet built them but they were sold under other brand names (kinda like a lot of early English amps). Most were essentially Garnets of one model or another.


yeah the control layout or phase inverter (6SN7/6SL7 often) will be the giveaway. the knobs are usually different.
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby Dr Tony Balls on Tue Feb 13, 2018 11:42 am

Are these worth anything to anybody?

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Yamaha leather strap kick pedal
Pacific throne stand
DW half of a stand
Remo snare stand

all free for the price of shipping (or free for pickup)
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby dontfeartheringo on Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:31 pm

Dr Tony Balls wrote:Are these worth anything to anybody?

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Yamaha leather strap kick pedal
Pacific throne stand
DW half of a stand
Remo snare stand

all free for the price of shipping (or free for pickup)


I have one of those Yamaha kick pedals in my "acoustic gig" case. It's really easy to control on quieter gigs. I'd recommend it to anyone. I mean, it's Yamaha hardware, so it's pretty much guaranteed to work.
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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby weezy on Thu Feb 15, 2018 2:33 pm


Dark brown/grey wood 2 space rack, built by Urth Engineering
, about 16" deep. Kind of a studio furniture rack but I added the side handle when I had a bass amp in it. His prices have gone up, I'm selling this one for pretty cheap.

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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby Dr Tony Balls on Fri Feb 16, 2018 11:44 am

This is a PRF special if i've ever seen one. What is it? I DONT KNOW. Parts lie around long enough over here and then they slowly turn into guitars in some 'island of misfit toys' fashion. The body is *i think* a copy of a Fender Lead II. Its definitely a lot like a Lead II, but looking at it from the side its definitely ply, and i dont think that Leads were ply. Its string-through with a Fender-ish bridge. Also the neck screw holes were for an odd sized neck-plate. They were enlarged and plugged with maple then new holes redrilled for a standard neckplate. The plugs were not refinished because why bother. The neck is a mighty mite tele neck with generic Kluson style tuners and a plastic nut. Its a fine neck, that someone has rough sanded on the back a bit. Could be smoothed out but otherwise its good. The electronics are some GFS "Brighton Rock" guys that are supposed to be Brian May style. I quite like them. The pickguard is warped, as seen in the pics. Also the guitar is currently set-up and tuned to C# standard using a 12-54 gauge set.

If it interests you make me an offer! If you are only interested in parts of it make me an offer! No offer is too stupid!

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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby weezy on Tue Feb 20, 2018 6:00 pm

Price cuts on the stuff I listed above:

Peavey Dyna-Bass $200
Sunn Beta Bass $550
SVT III Pro $350
Wood rack $75


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Re: The Gear Liquidation Thread

Postby honeyisfunny on Sat Feb 24, 2018 12:21 pm

Recently picked up a Squier Telecaster bass like this:
https://reverb.com/uk/item/371997-squie ... b-sunburst

Sounds massive but I still prefer my Ibanez Black Eagle and I'm not much of a bassist so throwing it out there in case anyone fancies it.

Couple of issues - missing both knobs (I can probably find replacements) and the G tuner is missing it's peg. I think any generic tulip peg will slot in the mechanism.
Could do with a set-up as well as it's sat unused for a while.

With that in mind anyone fancy giving me £100?
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