Amp Collecting Out Of Hand...

Discussion in 'Let's Talk Vintage' started by Geeze, Jun 9, 2018.

  1. Jam81

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    wow all the people with multiple amps. Do you get to play them all? I only have 2 and sometimes I feel I don't play them enough when picking which one to use on a certain day :band::applause::dude:
     
  2. Trident

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    You go brother!
    Nice collection, something to be proud of and most of all ENJOY:cheers:
     
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    I'm always jostling around to thin out the heard. Wifey always says no. She is a bit of an enabler.. She knows I would regret it. ;)
     
  4. Obi Plexi-nobi

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    Picked up a '67 Blackface Bandmaster head :usa:. Also bought a used Great Dane 100-watt '68-'69 Super Bass 'plexi-clone' head w/ EL-34's. Sounds like AC/DC meets Led Zeppelin...:uk:
     
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  5. Geeze

    Geeze Well-Known Member

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    Oh yes - scheduled visitation for consistent use.

    Oh hell yes! One of the many reasons I'm single 9 years after my divorce. My current home is kryptonite to almost all women. If they walk in and still pretend to be interested I KNOW they're desperate. Saves time & $$$.

    I'm a bit of an experimenter and a flipper IF I don't like the bit of gear. I believe that you gotta try it at home / jam area to ready understand if they will deliver the goods you want. Maybe instead of thinning the herd you 'trade up' to improve the breeding stock. BTW your wife doesn't have a sister that's available?

    Russ
     
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    Geeze....guess I can consider meseff LUCKY since my wife does not care one way or the other what gear I get or really anything for that matter....
    God Bless er fer putting up with me:applause:
     
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    Hey Russ, I'm ok with the old amps, not really interested in anything new. Just considering on what is really necessary, I go back and forth on it all the time. Sorry, I don't think wifey's sisters are available. ;)
     
  8. Scumback Speakers

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    That pic is of the soundproofed garage (2/3 of it), I've got another pile in the enclosed patio at the house, and guitar cases out the wazoo in the 3rd bedroom/office.

    It's a sickness, but I refuse to let it affect me. LOL

    Next house we get will have a dedicated jam room/bar/bathroom and drum riser. That way no one has to do anything but walk up, plug in, sit down and play. That should be fun.
     
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