The Free Stuff thread!!

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by surge » 27 Feb 2010, 18:13

Kick arse idea lads.

Happy to offer up an old Zoom 708, last I checked (some years back) it was non functional, I think it was a dodgy power input socket, if it wasn't that it was a dodgy line in socket. Either way, a simple fix for someone with a soldering iron and a spare couple of minutes!

Not an actual photo, it's the same as this though, pretty sure the plastic is still on the screen.

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EDIT: was meant to add, it has a built in tuner, some dodgy drum beats and even dodgier effects.

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by vin-tone » 27 Feb 2010, 18:27

I didn't even realize there was a donate thing. It should be mentioned onscreen somewheres I reckon.

Blue me up Phil.

... and Surge... I can fix that. Not sure if I want it. :lol: . But I can fix it for whoever does!
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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by surge » 27 Feb 2010, 18:41

vin-tone wrote:I didn't even realize there was a donate thing. It should be mentioned onscreen somewheres I reckon.

Blue me up Phil.
+1 to that, I'll be sorting out my lack of blue shortly too

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by vin-tone » 27 Feb 2010, 18:52

Cool. I found something....

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Brand new - unwanted XMas present. Good for the beginner or teacher.

* Gone to Rick
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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by Rick » 27 Feb 2010, 18:58

I'll take that :) PM cominatcha.

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by Rick » 27 Feb 2010, 23:16

LimeB wrote:Hi. You want to pm me payment details and I can send P&H money?
No need! I'm feeling generous!

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by 22pauld22 » 28 Feb 2010, 08:43

I keep meaning to go through all my stuff but one I can remember in the fixer upper range is an ev tapco power amp its fairly old it was 700 watts stereo before I got it someone took one of the boards out . when i got it it was 350 mono however it has gone poof . unsure if its a transistor or a fuse or what as I have never botherd to open it up as I don't have a use for it . it was great when I had it as a fold back power amp. pa for rehearsals and was even used with a pre as a rehearsal bass amp

the thing is a REAL boat anchor so it would be pickup in newington sydney (over near olympic park)

I'll check through all my other stuff through the week
maton jb4 godin bg5 a double bass and a yammy trb6p
will get a mailloux one day !

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by james » 28 Feb 2010, 11:20

Good to see this thread is going strong. :)

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by RobC » 01 Mar 2010, 09:35

Hmm.

Don't know if this is really "bass" but I have a Roland alpha juno 2 keyboard (which has great bass sounds, if that is a link...) which works beautifully except that the keys themselves are all over the place- some work and some don't. I suspect that all it needs is a clean (which does involve opening it up). Free to anyone who wants it (includes hard case) but it is in Canberra.

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by RobC » 01 Mar 2010, 09:53

Gone!
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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by james » 01 Mar 2010, 09:59

Good one Rob!

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by devilishdesigner » 01 Mar 2010, 17:37

Anyone taken the Zoom yet? I'd love to have a muck around with that.

I've got a few music books here if anyone wants them, I bought them off eBay a while back as 'bass books' and got jibbed.

Deep Purple 1971
I think this is a guitar book (it's in treble clef, but slot of it is several bars below). Covers 14 tracks from bloodsucker to no one came.

The Rolling Stones - Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) 1966
10 tracks, guitar and bass lines including Paint it Black and Satisfaction

Alice Cooper 1972
15 tracks from Ballad of Dwight Frye to You Drive Me Nervous. Guitar and bass lines.

All sheetmusic books in good nic. Happy to post them as long as you're in no rush

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by Phil » 01 Mar 2010, 17:59

I'll take the Alice Cooper book :)

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by james » 01 Mar 2010, 18:26

I would love the Deep Purple book if it's still available! As long as it doesn't have TAB, if it has TAB I'll pass.

Actually nevermind, someone else can grad this one. :)

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Re: The Free Stuff thread!!

Post by KikkiZarse » 01 Mar 2010, 18:52

GONE: to robert43
If anybody wants this it can be picked up in Canberra...I will post at your expense, and you would probably have to help me out with suggestions, as to who to post it with.
It is a Warwick Rockbag, but as you can see its not a bag, its either a 'soft hardcase'...or a 'hard softcase'.
It has a compartment on the outside for books or sheet music I would assume, inside there is two little "stash" ;) compartments.
It has two zips, one of which has its moments, the other is fine.
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Its constructed to be easily taken apart if the zips ever do need replacing.
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Take no notice of the yard, the mower is busted... :(
And this is how my last bass was posted to me...it cost $70 postage from Melbourne, but, it had a bass in it. Its not all that heavy. It fits a full size bass. ie: a 4 inline headstock/ full scale bass
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