#1
i went to my local music store today and found this sitting there brand new for $40, and since i was needing a new practice amp and ive heard so many good things about this one i went ahead and picked it up





sounds great clean or with a little distortion, i dont care for the high distortion sound it has though, but i using it for blues so i dont guess it really matters
#3
i would but my good comp got fried in a storm last night and i cant record anything with this crappy laptop im using right now
#4
holy crap. get clips up.

ry cooder uses one of them
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#5
just so you know.

ELO "lights out in london".

was recorded using that amp from what i'm told by a reliable source.

as were a few zappa albums.

edit: and i want that rosewood back and sides acoustic back there.
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#6
i knew it was used for some zappa stuff, and that ry cooder used one, when i saw it for that price i didnt even try it out, i just bought it and left

ive not been able to shut it off since i got home, the batterys are gonna have to die before it goes off :p
#7
3.5 hrs and counting.

yea, great little portable amp.

btw, frankie from survivor told me about lights out for london.
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#8
i will try and get some clips up tomorrow, they will be bad quality because i will have to use a built in comp mic (if it works) but i will see what i can do
#9
Zappa used one but IIRC the old ones are different somehow. Not really sure. There's a vid of Dweezil Zappa using it and Frank's SG to show that there was a lot more going on in the tone. Sweet deal for $40 though. Beats the hell out of the Mini Tonemaster I got for $35 a few years back.
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#10
i tried to upload some stuff i recorded with it but its saying wrong file type :/

i also dont have anything on this comp i can use to convert it, so im out of luck, sorry
#11
Quote by gregs1020
just so you know.

ELO "lights out in london".

was recorded using that amp from what i'm told by a reliable source.

as were a few zappa albums.

edit: and i want that rosewood back and sides acoustic back there.

Do you mean Last Train To London?

I think Lights Out in London is a UFO song or something.