Happy New Year

Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by scott6762, Dec 26, 2018.

  1. jcm800gridlock

    jcm800gridlock Well-Known Member

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    Happy New Year Marshall brethren!
     
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    GrahamL Well-Known Member

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    Happy New Year! I'm really hoping 2019 will be a better year... 2018 has been a tough one.
     
  3. RickyLee

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    Happy New Year all you ratt faster M F'er's!

    lol

    Nah, were all officially Brothers here (and Hear) man! And here's to hoping 2019 brings us all better health, more gear, lessening of gear, or whatever we all need. And man I am sure hoping that better health one on my getting F ing Old Ass lol.

    :cheers:
     
  4. bacardi

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    Happy New Year
     
  5. Gunner64

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    Happy New Year,.. ya old geezers!
     
  6. G the wildman

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    I am gonna have a great 2019 trying to play guitar. Learning has been fun so far but boy progress is slow.

    Anyway happy New Year - to all in the forum.
     
  7. Mitchell Pearrow

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    I shall cherish this new year, and look forward to many more, and hearing from my brothers here on the forum Cheers Mitch
     
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    Dogs of Doom Moderator Staff Member

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    Happy New Year!

    I'ts not too often when you can wake up & say I've slept more than ½ the year already...
     
  9. Coronado

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    Any New Year resolutions? This year I'm going to work less, eat better, and exercise regularly. Sure I will. :noplease:
     
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    Dogs of Doom Moderator Staff Member

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    I made the best one 30 years ago:

    "Never make a new years resolution."

    I've pretty much kept to it ever since! :)...
     
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    I made a similar one many years back, to continue doing what I do till I can’t, and it is working! Cheers to the next year! Mitch
     
  12. RickyLee

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    To start selling off some of these big loud amp heads and extra cabinets I have, that is taking up too much space in my house lol. Plus, want to start gearing towards recording as well.

    I did put my 2nd all stock 2205 up for sale last week. But already a hitch in that one, as it seems I misplaced all the control knobs lol.

    I pulled it out to give it a good going over, make sure all is good. Then of course give it one good final loud cranking session. Seen the knobs were missing . . . . WTF? Seems that when I had it apart and was doing some research for a member here as well as my own reference, regarding some hidden capacitors on the PCB underbelly, I of course did not put the knobs back on. I remember I left them off in case I needed to get back in there. Well, now I need to find the beotches as they might have got packed away with some spare parts into storage.

    So anyway, so much for that resolution at this time.

    :D
     

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