#1
i was just sitting around and i decided to take off the front plate off my Valvetronix. i looked at it and noticed the surface of it. i went to the garage and grabbed some chalk. first i drew a small line on it then wiped it off with a damp rag. so then i did this



with the cover.



so i was wondering what you guys thought of it. and if it would effect my sound.

thnx
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Orange Tiny Terror
Vox Valvetronix AD 30
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Boss RC-2 Loop pedal

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#4
i like how you coated the front in chalk, and THEN asked if it would affect the tone.

you could've at least drawn something cool-looking, like a godly viking smiting Satan with a guitar or something
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#5
Quote by sixstringsteve
i like how you coated the front in chalk, and THEN asked if it would affect the tone.

you could've at least drawn something cool-looking, like a godly viking smiting Satan with a guitar or something


lol yeah.
#6
i was really bored and didnt really think about what to draw, just started drawing
My Gear

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone Elitist Paul Mccartney Texan
Orange Tiny Terror
Vox Valvetronix AD 30
Vox V847 Wah
Metal Muff EQ (broken )
Boss RC-2 Loop pedal

Me playing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0unpDZFIWA
#7
the only thing is that the vibration of the amp might shake the chalk dust off and it'll gett into your amp. other tha that, sweet!
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#8
lol i love it
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