#1
If anyone out there is interested, I have started a new group for G-DEC owners. Just
click the COMMUNITY tab and click GROUPS. Then search "G-DEC Owners Tone Swap." Anyone can join, so come check it out. It's not much right now, though...
#2
Now I'm bummed out. Seven hours and I'm still the only member of my group. I just must be pathetic...yeah. That's what it is. If I died tonight nobody on this site would miss me...(Yes, that's extemely pathetic, but that's what happens when you're FORCED TO TALK TO YOURSELF!!!!! I refuse to close my parentheses...I will not submit to the powers of correct puntuation. If you choose to call me a freak, so be it. It must be my destiny... :stickpoke
Last edited by DrJuliusNo at Feb 7, 2009,
#3
ummmm alot of people here in UG hates/ or never even bothered trying one of these amps.
and no one will miss you if you die except the people who are close to you.
and this doesnt even deserves a thread
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#4
I tried one of these amps, I think it was the 50 Watt version.
I hated the distortion as much as my spider III, they sounded the same.
Peavey 5150 combo
1989 Ibanez RG750
MXR 10 Band EQ
Dean MLX
Spider III 15W
Yamaha FG700S

GAS list:
TC Nova Repeater
#6
It's also Eric Johnson

He probably made the Fender crew stick around for 30 hours, while he EQ'd the lving hell out of that amp
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#7
This is true.

But, the video still amazing. Especially as the amp is a real P.O.S
#8
Quote by JilaX^
This is true.

But, the video still amazing. Especially as the amp is a real P.O.S

I"ll second that
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#9
Umm, sorry, but *reported* this thread offers absolutely nothing.
I don't give a shit if you listen to me or not