15 watt head with 23 tubes?!

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by showofhands, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. showofhands

    showofhands Member

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    Depending on your sensitivity to, uhm, colorful language and crude humor, you might want to consider skipping over this thread.

    Otherwise, I can't wait to hear some of your remarks about this amp: The F'ing F'er
     
  2. twoheadedboy

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    "Tone questers are invited to DIE."

    Zing!
     
  3. Groovey Records

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    I'm ready to test the TM7 Scrotum Smasher.

    The copy is great "your Mother already tasted your forskin"
    sheesh
     
  4. tybone

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    They're kidding right?
     
  5. Red Planet

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    "Vast ranges of tone are available from the G-1000. We cannot even begin to explain its flexibility. The G-1000 is NOT intended for middle-aged “tone questers”, who believe that they will be able to play like Eric Clapton by simply spending a lot of $$$ on equipment. We HATE those people. The G-1000 is intended for the intrepid experimenter, not the pathetic imitator. Tone questers are invited to DIE."
     
  6. IPlayHamers

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    Ok, first the amp is visually unappealing, IMO. Second, $5000??? Get real. It better be something special for that kinda money. I think I'd rather spend that money on a nice guitar, or a used Mad Professor. Or just get the Egnater Rebel, some pedals and use the $3000 leftover for a new spring wardrobe. I got priorities you know.......:munch
     
  7. Red Planet

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    I like the idea of something different. I mean $5000.00? Now what are all the little fishies shelling out for a small collection of Dumble Clones? Chasing the distant smell of a 20 year old fart.

    If this thing is real I think its cool.:BEER
     
  8. Serious Poo

    Serious Poo Powered by Coffee Gold Supporting Member

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    It is. The circuitry is very, very unique, as all of their products are. It's not a "normal" or safe design like a Fender or a Marshall. It's something altogether different. I think we'll probably hear one on the next NIN record. You gotta love the website notes, too. Subtle, yet not so much.
    "Vast ranges of tone are available from the G-1000. We cannot even begin to explain its flexibility. The G-1000 is NOT intended for middle-aged “tone questers”, who believe that they will be able to play like Eric Clapton by simply spending a lot of $$$ on equipment. We HATE those people. The G-1000 is intended for the intrepid experimenter, not the pathetic imitator. Tone questers are invited to DIE."
     

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