#1
This dude wants to trade me an old Holiday(thats what he said) mini half stack. It has a long, height wise, cab and a head for my Dunlop Crybaby from hell. Do you guys think I should do it? I kinda just want to get it just to see what it sounds like and because it's vintage. But the guy doesn't really know much about, so who knows whether its good or not... I bought the Crybaby for 100$ used so I think its a good deal, as long as the amp works.

What do you guys' think?
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#2
You should at least test it before you make a decision.
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#3
What the heck, if you don't need the pedal might as well get something else to play around with Could be interesting.
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#4
Quote by classicrocker01
What the heck, if you don't need the pedal might as well get something else to play around with Could be interesting.


Thats the exact thing I'm thinking.

Its an old vintage amp, might sound cool. I dont need the pedal, been trying to get rid of it for months. As long as it works, I'll take it.

I've always wanted an old skool amp, just to see how they sound.
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#5
Vintage valve = good
Vintage SS normally means crap. It took quite a while before FET outputs became common, old ones normally had those nasty, nasaly BJT pieces of crap. Well, crap for audio anyway.
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