Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by 57gold, May 14, 2008.
One not to be missed....
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.
Thant's one good lookin cab alright! Enjoy.
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.
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.
This needs to be seen...
Did you guys see this one? http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=393460
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.
truly a beautiful amp...but world's most beautiful, nah!
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...
"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!
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!
Those shells are absolutely stunning! I love em~