Chris’ current equipment list…
I have been a member of the Overwater family for around 15 years.
I first approached Chris May because he was the only person importing
the US-made Conklin basses and I wanted a Conklin 7-string. He didn’t
have one at the time but he had just built the first Overwater 7-string
and he suggested I try it out. I tried it, I loved it and the rest is history.
I no longer have the 7 string but I still have 2 Overwaters and they are
the greatest instruments I’ve ever owned.
Overwater Basses J5 Deluxeoverwater
Overwater Basses PJ5
Bass Mods K6
Musicman Stingray 5
Fender Marcus Miller Jazz
Fender Squier Jazz Fretless
I have recently switched to Aguilar amplifiers from Markbass and I’m
loving it. It’s the sound I’ve always heard in my head. My gear is housed
in a flightcase made by BCS manufacturing, whose premises I can see
from my house. A local business!

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Aguilar AG500
Markbass 104HF
Radial J48 DI
Korg Pitchblack rack tuner
BCS flightcase

I first came across Diago when I was searching for a power supply
solution for my pedalboard.  The Powerstation seemed to fit the
bill and it has been insanely reliable ever since. I also have their
largest pedalboard, the Tourman and my BEF pro is powered via
a Diago Isolator to elimiate interference caused by my combination
of digital and analogue pedals. I have also recently taken delivery of
a few sets of their new ‘Twistlock’ straplock design which are an
amazing new take on strap attachment.

I’m proud to be associated with such a wonderful company and I’m
honoured to call James a friend.

Diago Tourman pedalboard
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Line6 Basspod XT Live
Soundblox BEF Pro + Hothand
Akai Deep Impact
Boss OC3 Octaver
EBS Multi Comp
EBS IQ
Little Bear BS1 fuzz
Boss LS2 switcher
Diago Twistlocks
Dunlop Superbright strings
Monster Cables
Mono Gigbags
Gruv Gear bags