#1
I'm currently driving a 2004 Santa Fe and move a lot of gear in it for shows. I can fit two 4x12s and a 1x15 bass combo in the trunk and a ton of amps and guitars in the back seat. However, it's reaching the end of its life so I've been looking at bigger wagons/crossovers. Any other gigging musicians own a Nissan Cube? Found one for a great deal, excellent mileage, but I don't want to have to take even more cars to gigs.
#2
Get a big van. Those are great for moving things.
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#3
Only if you want to be constantly mocked and have your masculinity/sexuality questioned everywhere you go
Come back if you want to
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And everything must pass
#5
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Only if you want to be constantly mocked and have your masculinity/sexuality questioned everywhere you go


It already. As for the van idea, I'm unlikely to get 30mpg. If it were a vehicle just for shows, totally, but this needs to be my day to day ride as well.
#6
Might as well get a Prius ahahahahaha
There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
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#8
Brooom broooom muthafuckas!!!
Come back if you want to
And remember who you are
‘Cause there's nothing here for you my dear
And everything must pass
#9
shouldn't matter what you get, as long as it's bigger than a smart car

i jammed with a guy who could fit his entire drumset into the backseat of his Jetta
#12
get a mk1 caddy
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#15
If I can get two guitars, a 4x12 and a head in a 1970 Beetle, you have absolutely no excuse.
Cry yourself to ash
#16
Any hatchback or wagon before a Nissan cube, that thing is as much of a pleb to drive as it is to look at.
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