#1
Hey guys, I've just come across a 70's Hiwatt fullstack
in mint condition.
The guy's selling it for $2400
It's my dream amp.
Should I go for it, is that a deal at that price?
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#2
if its your dream amp finding one from that age in such good condition - whether its cheap or not you should buy it if you have the cash - obviously play it and check it over and the like
#3
It's hard to put a price on your dreams. That is an epic stack, do you need a full stack? Are you playing Madison Square Gardens soon? If you have the cash I imagine it would be tough to pass up a dream.
#4
Well it's never going to break up on it's own. But the clean tone is godly and they take pedals real well. Go for it!
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#5
Quote by gregs1020
That is an epic stack, do you need a full stack? Are you playing Madison Square Gardens soon?

Does anyone really need a full stack?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5xPfhFb7AM

Either way, it's win. Seems like a good price, too, especially if it comes with the cabs.
#6
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Does anyone really need a full stack?
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Either way I'm not talking him out of it. It's a Pete Townsend tone machine.

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#7
If you think you're gonna use it to its fullest, then hell yeah. But if you're just gonna use it in your bedroom, no dice.
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