#1
Ok so one of my dads stoner friends hooked him up with an old, and i mean OLD, Ampeg VT-22 amp. Ive read some reviews, and they've all been glowing. I play mainly classic rock, the hardest being a bit of Metallica and the lightest being some Zeppelin, with lots of Santana, RATM, Audioslave, AC/DC, and Van Halen thrown in there to even it out. I don't(or rather can't) play fast, more David Gilmour speed, Hotel California, etc. But what I want to know is if its worth getting this 90 lb tank of an amp to my local music store and seeing if i should get new tubes for it (as it needs them bad). Right now this thing is a piece of shit, but is it worth fixing?
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#2
If you don't want to fix it, I'll take it off your hands.
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#3
Dude hell yeah you should keep it its a nice piece of equipment not to mention it may be worth something later on if you keep it nice a good
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#4
Most definitely. Ampegs are my favorite guitar amps, honestly.

You'll need some 7027's for a retube, though.

http://www.tubedepot.com/jj-7027a.html