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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by C-Grin, Oct 22, 2021.
Fair call, fair call. I rate it better than that sonic train wreck, the Seventy/80, honestly.
Never played a 70/80 but never heard much good about it...
Keep it that way.
They come stock in the DSL20CR and the MX212 cabs. If you use more than one simultaneously, they sound slightly less bad. Like two disgusting foods might cancel each other out in your mouth.
Why couldnt Marshall throw in a creamback?
Yes! Indeed, that's what I ended up doing. Sound great in both of them.
I have an accordion.
No, I really do. We recently moved my sister-in-law into assisted living and had to empty her house and sell it. She played the accordion in the 1950's (she's a lot older than her sister/my wife). We couldn't throw it out so I took it and told her I would get what I could for it and deposit the $ into her account. I got it home and opened the case and took it out and strapped it on and started playing around with it. I don't know nothin about no polka, but this thing has some tones. The minor chord buttons are awesome, and when you add a little dark melody with the keyboard it makes some cool sounds.
I've said too much. Please don't ban me.
"I really don't get the warmth and feel thing you say about Marshalls. My peavey bandit and line6 pedalboard sounds and feels just as good."........
believable on several models.. just saying. lol
Lol, I should have clarified. That was a quote from a younger guy after he played my plexi.
Never say "douchebaggery".
It was years ago now, but...
I appreciated the member here who posted a lot about functional analysis.
Other members advised him that his thread would not get any traction. They were right.
Things you should not say here:
"Let's start a music theory thread"
I'm definately only touching the basics but am quite enjoying it.
I'm sure once I delve deeper I might start hating it, and I know enough at the moment to stay away from jazz so that helps!
If I had a dollar for every time I was playing my 900 DR and said to myself "there's a Bassman in here somewhere."
I would have at least six or seven dollars by now.
I mainly play using my Marshalls and V.
I know it's usually (almost always) the wrong visual impression for the genre.
You should enjoy it. It's all useful.
I'm just saying that threads about music theory do not usually do well on this particular forum.
It's a shame really: it would be better if this one forum was a one-stop-shop for everything.
I'm sorry but your addressing me with the wrong pronouns.
CNN is the only trusted news channel in America.
Jared from Subway gave me dating advice.
That was me on the grassy knoll in Dallas.
Kaitlin Jenner and I are just close friends.
Alec Baldwin is my firearms instructor.
Dave Chappelle's Netflix special is great.
Chris Brown is my relationship coach......
......and finally, Lars Ulrich is the greatest metal drummer of all time. Thank you and please be sure to tip the waitstaff. Lol.
Actually the 70/80 (also known as the G12P80) isn't bad to drop into an old Fender amp if you end up with a Fender with no speakers in it. But no, it's not what you want in a Marshall.
Still not feeling the Tele shape. It's not exactly ugly but it is a body design that is NOT based on the Golden Ratio.
A Japanese sword in pristine condition is a beautiful work of art. And then there's the meat cleaver. The Tele is the meat cleaver. It's functional, I'll give it that.
Lol. That's hilarious.
1) Let's start a music thread and post our music.
2) Let's put up a critique thread.
3) Let's put up a collaboration thread.
4) Let's put up a thread having interest in each other's gear thread.
5) Put up a thread about your band. Lol.
1) Post a thread about utter silly nonsense.
2) Post a thread: "Marshall amps as an electronics hobby".
3) Post a thread about redecorating your kitchen.
4) Post a thread about wood working.