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Ask Ormsby / Re: Good cab to pair with a 6505...
« on: January 03, 2010, 02:44:28 PM »
Ok,

Thanks guys for the advice :)  Very much appreciated!  I'll have a bit of a look around and see what I can find.

Thanks for the offer Perry.  I'll definitely keep that in mind  :D

Cheers again,

Dan

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Ask Ormsby / Good cab to pair with a 6505...
« on: January 02, 2010, 10:10:49 PM »
Hey guys,

Sorry if this has been asked before...

I'm after a little advice regarding what cab to pair with my 6505...  Ideally I want a cab with V30's in it, but I just don't have $2K + to throw at a Mesa/Engl/Framus/etc... 

My question is, what speakers will go best with it?  I have had a 6505 cab with the sheffield 1200's and it honestly sounded like crap.  I have an old cab with HH premier 80's in it, but they're not that flash either...Not really a fan of 'celestion desigened' or 'custom celestions...'

I'm on the lookout for 2nd hand cabs at the moment, and since no V30 cabs are popping up, I need an alternative speaker option.

If nothing else pops up, the choice will be out of the Randall V30, the Framus Dragon V30, or something like a Marshall 1960A... (The cheaper V30 cabs are the Randall 4x12CV for $1,400 and the Framus Dragon Cab for $1,499 rrp, and the marshall is ~$1,500)

Any one of these seem better than the rest?

Thanks everyone!

Dan

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Equipment for sale / Re: FS: 95 VS Commodore Wagon
« on: December 14, 2009, 10:46:11 PM »
Hi mate,

Interested in some pics.  Planning on getting rid of my car to free up some funds, and was looking at a stationwagon...

Won't be tomorrow though, but am possibly interested a little later :)

Cheers,

Dan

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Equipment for sale / Re: Guitars, Amps, Cab, Guitar body - Heaps for sale!
« on: December 14, 2009, 10:42:30 PM »
Hi mate,

Everything has been absolutely all over the shop as of late...  As soon as I get my tax back, I'm off to get a 6505, so yes when that happens, it will be for sale.

Just PM me if you want to tee up a time or something to see/test it :)

Thanks mate,

Dan

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Equipment for sale / Re: Guitars, Amps, Cab, Guitar body - Heaps for sale!
« on: November 16, 2009, 12:13:30 AM »
Ibanez Roadstar is no longer for sale...

I've decided to keep it...  Sorry to those who showed interest.

Dan

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Equipment for sale / Re: Guitars, Amps, Cab, Guitar body - Heaps for sale!
« on: November 13, 2009, 07:55:41 PM »
PRICE DROPS ON EVERYTHING!!!

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Equipment for sale / Re: Guitars, Amps, Cab, Guitar body - Heaps for sale!
« on: November 12, 2009, 09:36:55 PM »
Pics up :)

Can email actual photos on request,

Dan

Pete, dunno yet, having a think :)

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Musician Connection / Re: Need Work
« on: November 12, 2009, 01:21:44 AM »
That's a really diplomatic way of saying, stop being so fucking lazy and have a decent look.

Nah mate, that wasn't what I meant.  (Well not intentionally)

I meant since I have no idea of where or when he wants to work, or what he will or won't do, or can or can't do, it's probably best for him to call up an agency or look on seek.

He was asking if we could directly organise some work for him.  I've been in the same boat recently, and it makes sense that you should explore as many avenues as possible to find employment...

Good Luck mate,
\
Dan

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Musician Connection / Re: Need Work
« on: November 11, 2009, 02:59:56 PM »
Mate,

I know these aren't the best of jobs, but you should be able to get one pretty easily;

Things like car detailers, car wash staff, Meat packers, labourers, factory hands, Foxtel installer? Meter reader?  These are all jobs I came across on seek just now.

You'd have a good chance at getting work through a recruitment agency - Someone like Recruitwest, PeopleCo, nationwide recruitment, flexistaff etc...

I can't say I know anyone directly who could offer employment, but I'm sure you could secure one of the above.  Just jump on seek.com.au, or jobsjobsjobs, or careerone and have a see what's on offer.

Good luck mate,

Dan

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Equipment for sale / Guitars, Amps, Cab, Guitar body - Heaps for sale!
« on: November 11, 2009, 02:49:01 PM »
Guys,

Gotta fund the new rig,so I have heaps for sale.  If you're interested in any EOI's, just PM me and we can have a talk.

Cheers,

Ibanez RGT42FM - Red Flamed maple, neck thru, SD JB, As new - $650with hardcase
Ibanez RG170 - Just before the DX series - As new - Great beginner Guitar!  Jewel Blue - $175with soft case
Ibanez 1985 Roadstar - Orangey/red colour - EOI at the moment - Good condition but a few small dings here and there.
Eden Quilted Maple guitar body - routed for HSS, clear coated natural, body not loaded - Brand new - $60 SOLD

Randall G2 100SC - 100W 2x12 SS combo - sounds great for the price! As new - $300
Laney VH100R Half stack - Listing ends tonight - Lots of questions but no bites... $1,200

Peavey 5150 Slant 4x12 cab - Pretty good condition - $300 (Way better than a no name cab...)

Will accept trades for;

Peavey 6505 Head
V30 Cabs
Jackson DK2/DKMGT etc - Mid to high end

Thanks guys - TXT on 0415 252 380 or PM. Perth, SOR.

Dan

Apologies for the lack of pictures - Here are some stockies of the items for sale.  If you'd like I can email you pics.





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Musician Connection / Re: Need Work
« on: November 11, 2009, 12:26:32 PM »
Are you NOR or South?

I'll keep my eyes out...

Dan

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Musician Connection / Re: Need Work
« on: November 11, 2009, 01:59:29 AM »
I guess a little more info would help out mate...

What areas are you looking at?
What experience do you have?
Qualifications?

I'd guess on seek or something there'd be a labouring job or two.  From what I've seen they require fuck all previous experience...

Good luck mate,

Dan

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CD Trade & Merchandise / Re: For Sale: HEAPS OF CD's
« on: November 09, 2009, 03:50:19 PM »
oooooo  ;D

I'll take Yyrkoon please!  Can you PM me with some details?

Cheers,

Dan  :headbang:

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Equipment for sale / Re: Laney VH100R Half Stack - Going CHEAP!
« on: November 04, 2009, 12:06:40 PM »
Nah mate, that's not why...

I have people watching, but I'd prefer not to wait 7 days for the auction, then another 7-10 to get funds...

The guy with the cab said he can't hold it for me if someone else wants it, and since there has been such a shortage of 6505's around, I need the funds to grab the one I've had my eye on.

Yep, faces are great hahahahaha  :)


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Equipment for sale / Re: Laney VH100R Half Stack - Going CHEAP!
« on: November 03, 2009, 10:11:08 PM »
You interested Nihilist?  :P

 8)


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Equipment for sale / Re: Laney VH100R Half Stack - Going CHEAP!
« on: November 03, 2009, 12:56:52 PM »
Guys,

This has to go, so any offers or anything, please PM me or txt me on 0415 252 380.

There's a 6505 I need to nab, and a framus cab with my name on it.  :)

If you're interested in bidding, I can end the listing for you early.

Cheers,

Dan

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Nah Damo, you're right mate.

I meant to say I was getting a dragon cab  :err:

Thanks,

Dan

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Sweet,

Thanks Perry, I'll get back to you when'if I end up getting it!

Cheers for the reply,

Dan

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Hey All,

Contemplating buying a Framus Cobra cab to go with my new 6505.  Thankfully the Brown Grill/mesh/covering over the speakers is a bit of a mess and needs replacing.

Really just need some plain black mesh to replace the brown stuff.

Anyone know where I can get some?  And how much I would be looking at for the job?  Does anyone do the whole job, installation and all?

Found some instructions on the net and it seems like its not too difficult.

Thanks!

Dan

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Equipment for sale / Re: Laney VH100R Half Stack - Going CHEAP!
« on: November 01, 2009, 10:13:45 PM »
Hey Guys,

Since I cannot figure out who contacted me first, as I listed on a number of websites, I felt the olny fair thing to do was to put it on eBay.

Starting at $1,500 with a 10-day listing.

Thanks everyone,

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=220503879312

Dan

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Equipment for sale / Re: Laney VH100R Half Stack - Going CHEAP!
« on: October 29, 2009, 12:16:22 AM »
Hey Guys,

Due to the overwhleming response to this listing, I'll need some time to respond to everyone's PM's...

And since I have this advertised on a few places, it is going to be near impossible to figure out who contacted me first.

There is a chance I already have a buyer in the family, but this was only expressed as an interest.

Leave it with me, and I'll do my best to work it out with everyone.

Thanks,

Dan

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Equipment for sale / Laney VH100R Half Stack - Going CHEAP!
« on: October 28, 2009, 03:56:59 PM »
Hey Guys,

My Laney VH100R half stack is up for sale.


VH100RPower RMS 100 Watts
Inputs Hi & Lo Jacks
Channels 2: each with footswitchable gain
Equalisation Independent Bass, Middle & Treble for both channels
Master Presence Control Yes
Bright Switch Yes: on clean channel
Switchable Resonance Yes
Preamp Valves Premium ECC83
Output Valves Premium EL34
Switchable valve bias (5881 EL34) Yes
Class A/B
Reverb Yes- With independent levels on each channel
Line Out Yes
Line In Yes
Footswitch FS4 (Included)
Speaker connections Connections for 1 x 16 ohm, 2 x 16 ohm, 1 x 8 Ohm, 2 x 8 ohm
FX Loop(s) Channel A, Channel B, Channel A + B, Global Insert/Side Chain with Return level
Weight 27.5 Kg
Dimensions Width 678 x Height 272 x Depth 288


I am selling the head and cab together to fund a Peavey 6505 Head for my band.  I have heard heaps of other amps, but I have never played anything that I have liked as much as the 6505.  Call me crazy, but as muso's I'm sure you understand that when you find a good tone - That's the one for you.

Amp head was serviced, retubed and biased by Jim willis of Bue glow amps - NOT EVEN TWO WEEKS AGO!  Brand new JJ's in the power section and JJ and tungsol in the Preamp.  ALL 10 WERE CHANGED!  Cost me $240 to have it done...  Has 6l6's in it now.

This amp is so versatile it's not funny.  It is a beatiful amp with a great variety of tones, but since I primarily play death metal, it seems to lack slighty, and seems a little bright for my tastes.  Does great opeth-eque tones (We all know why...)  I just really have my mind set on a 6505 again... :(

The cab has HH permier 80 speakers in it - It was the model before they put celestions in.

So my loss is your gain.  This half stack retails at $2,599 on bmusic, and the cab for $899.  That's almost $3,500!

I'm asking for $1,500 ono for the half stack.  Prefer not to split at the present, but hit me up if you're interested in one or the other.

The amp is in above fair cosmetic condition.  Nothing worng with the actual amp or speakers in the cab.  No tears in any mesh on head or cab, but there are a few nicks here and there on the tolex.  I polished the faceplate, and have sorted most of the little nicks out here and there.  No rips or large tears.  Back of cab is worse than the front.  Few rusty bolts, but no biggy.

I hate when people bullshit you with stuff they're trying to sell and it's nothing like what you think when you get there...  Will put pics up later.  Anything else just ask.

I have had some interested elsewhere, so If you are interested, just PM me or TXT on 0415 252 380.  I am frequently at work, uni etc, so please use TXT if you wish to communicate with me by phone.

Thanks guys,

Dan

EDIT:  Interested in Trades;

Jackson Guitars
Any V30 or quality 4x12's
EMG pickups (pref 81's/85's)
Effetcs Pedals
Original 6505 Head

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Thanks for the advice CD, I'll have a look next time I'm out.

Johnny...  I am even more confused now...  aaaargh!

Well, I just want the TS9 to boost the signal, and the ISP to kill feedback and generally keep the amp quiet.  Better through the input then?

Have no idea what loop it runs though.

Thanks anyways :)

Dan

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Awesome!

Thanks again mate, I was thinking about popping into my local anyway for a couple of things today!

Cheers,

Dan

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Thanks erecshyrinol,

So the best best is ISP in the FX loop, and the TS9 in the input.  Cheers!

I only have these two pedals and to be honest I don't really want/feel I need any more...  Each only has one input from an adaptor.

So does that mean I'll have to get 2 adaptors?  If that's my only choice, apart from using a battery or buying another pedal purely to power the others, then that's what I'll do.

Thanks for the picture as well.

Dan

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