#1
so i recently got a b-52 at-100 half stack. i was wondering where i could store it at. the garage? i live in Colorado and it litteraly snows every week in the winter. we have 4 inches right now. its pretty cold. but in the summers its not to hot, round 70-80's normally. where do you think i could store it without damaging it?
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#2
Your bedroom? Your living room? Your basement?
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#3
well like my band gigs and we cant practice in my basement(which is where my room is) because of the lack of space.
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well like my band gigs and we cant practice in my basement(which is where my room is) because of the lack of space.

Keep it in basement, and move to practice area when it's time. It wouldn't be good to leave it in the garage all the time though, because If it is dry in Colorado like Illinois during the winters, the wood of the cab will dry out and possibly crack. The cold could possibly be bad for the tubes.
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