#1
Buddy was pretty proud lost his amp out the back, heard it hit the pavement, went to the next gig and all he had to replace was one power tube.
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#2
Quote by modernp
Buddy was pretty proud lost his amp out the back, heard it hit the pavement, went to the next gig and all he had to replace was one power tube.

Lucky? Or UNlucky?
#3
Yeah I know this kid at my school and he told me he knew a guy that the same thing happened to him and nothing broke.. Old technology for the ****ing win!
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#4
I was expecting this to be one of those dodgy "...and then I got a Twin Reverb for nothing!" threads. At least he's still got his amp eh?
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#6
If it was a SF or BF Twin: whoohoo, big surprise.

For the reissue: HOLY CRAP! I definitely didn't expect that!
#7
My vibro champ has been kept in a basement for 20 years, rolled forward in my trunk countless times, been dropped down stairs, left on for over an hour with no one playing, and everything else imaginable, and it still works like a charm.

Old amps are god damn troopers.

(knock on wood)
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#8
Hehe same thing with me, ive dropped my Super Reverb down the stairs it has fallen forwards backwards and it still works :P
#9
I threw (not on purpose) my Champ down a flight of stairs once. It was totally fine.
#10
Quote by mr_hankey
I threw (not on purpose) my Champ down a flight of stairs once. It was totally fine.


Hey hankey did you see the pics of the SR cab i posted?
#11
Quote by misunderbirds
why would not having anyone play it for an hour do anything to it???


The amp was on, cable pugged to input, and laying on the floor of the basement.

We had been practicing a few hours before that.

We left it that way and went to get pizzas. Came back, it worked fine.
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#12
I saw the thread title and was like....

Oh lord. You poor bastard...........

But then it was fine. Same thing happened to me once. I was carrying my Palo down someones porch steps, and slipped. The side of the amp hit the railing, then fell down the rest of the way. All it left was a lot of dirt on the tolex.
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#13
Quote by Chaosinborn
Hey hankey did you see the pics of the SR cab i posted?


Yeah, just a few minutes ago, actually.
#14
Quote by False_God
American made amps for ya.

Same with german amps.


Wonder what would happen to a Bugera
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#15
I know a guy who rolled his car off a small hill. He ended up hitting a wall and his car just stood there, wheels you. He had a Laney and an RG Prestige in the back. Both are spotless.
#17
Everyone has a good sense of humor today.
Tom Anderson Hollow Classic
72 thin line tele

Barber trifecta fuzz
Mi audio Crunch Box
Clyde Wah
Barber Burn Unit
Ocean efx Texas deuce
Boomerang chorus delay
Barber ltd


1971 Pro reverb
Fender acoustasonic
Fender super champ xd
#18
my peavey classic 50 is a 2003 model, and i've dropped it down stairs, left it out in the cold, hit on the pavement several times, and that's just me! There was 2 (gigging) owners before me.
The thing is a tank.
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#19
Quote by Vanquish
Wonder what would happen to a Bugera

for REAL
i wish i had 600.


WILL IT BLEND.
BUGERA AMP!
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Boss BF-2 Flanger
BBE Sonic Maximizer
#20
WILL IT BLEND?
Marshall MG

Bad tone dust... don't breathe this.
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Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#21
Quote by darkarbiter7
WILL IT BLEND?
Marshall MG

Bad tone dust... don't breathe this.

For real man.
Eric Johnson would get a lung transplant if he inhaled MG dust.
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Boss BF-2 Flanger
BBE Sonic Maximizer
#22
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For real man.
Eric Johnson would get a lung transplant if he inhaled MG dust.



lol
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Boss Ns-2
PodXt
Dod 250 Overdrive
#23
peaveys are built like tanks dude you could pretty much do anything to my classic 30. i've heard the newer ones arent as good sounding mines from 96, how's yours sound compared the older ones have you played them?
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#25
Quote by strat212
peaveys are built like tanks dude you could pretty much do anything to my classic 30. i've heard the newer ones arent as good sounding mines from 96, how's yours sound compared the older ones have you played them?


Mine is an older one (well, before the new model with the peavey badge), and I think it sounded better than the brand new peavey classic 30 that I played at a shop.
But, I think the one at the store didn't have a broken in speaker, or good tubes, so yeah.
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Fender American Deluxe HSS Strat
Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator