Maybe the world's most beautiful amp....

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by 57gold, May 14, 2008.

  1. 57gold

    57gold Silver Supporting Member

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    It is beautiful, but it doesn't look like something you'd want to take out. And that's the only time I play my amps. I use a POD at home.
     
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    Leonc Wild Gear Hearder Gold Supporting Member

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    Thant's one good lookin cab alright! Enjoy.
     
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    Take 'em out. If they get dinged = character.

    Took my KF50 in wood and the Alessandro B n' T out...but I'm a once a month outer, not a gigger...day job that's @ 12 hours a day + travel.

    Also take my vintage stuff out to play 1959 and 1964 ES 335s, 1957 GT...but it's to a one night gig/party/jam.
     
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    Larry does nice work. Remember that Working Dog he did? Was for sale not long ago...

    Here it is,I can't believe it hasn't sold yet.

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    This needs to be seen...

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  7. Matt F

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    It found a new home /Sniff. She lands at home with her new owner tomorrow.

    That cabinet is beautiful. And has great tone to boot. Nice bottom end. Great amplifier + Great amplifier. Cabinet is made better than most furniture. Stellar job *Distortion* Mann. :)
     
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    truly a beautiful amp...but world's most beautiful, nah!
     
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    I'm sorry to hear of your loss Matt... I too shed a tear when I traded that amp. It eventually netted me the Anderson Cobra I was after but I was sad to see the amp that Larry and I worked on together go away... Who's got her now?

    Here's some more pics of her for old times sake...

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  10. 57gold

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    "truly a beautiful amp...but world's most beautiful, nah!"

    Not a historically more significant one like a minty Tweed Twin or an Early Marshall or Vox....looking for art!
     
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    She's still in the TGP family. I think Doc will give her a good home. You are correct though, cabinet work is incredible :AOK You two done good!
     
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    Those shells are absolutely stunning! I love em~
     

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