Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by haslar, Aug 1, 2006.
I don't know if this has been posted here before, so...
That's an old picture, I've seen it several times.... still funny!
I still smile when I see that.
I haven't met a VHT that I didn't think sounded great, either.
Now that's funny! (And cool!)
LMAO! Reminds me of Mackie products also inserting funny comments in the manuals.....(who the Hell reds the manuals right?)
Show's he's got a sense of humor. Lot's of guys write little funny messages in their PCB artwork (I do as well).
I hadn't seen that....funny as hell!
That's awesome. I love my VHT, been playing their stuff for years. Lots of great amps have come and gone (Soldano, Bad Cat, Mesa, Mako), nothing has been able to dethrone the VHT.
I still like the one that was found in one of the pedals. Can't remember which pedal or brand. But the message was: "Stop obsessing and play."
Or something like that.
i had not seen that before
my favorite vht of all time is the classic!
Thats the inside of a Deliverance 120 head. I busted out laughing when I saw it on mine. IIRC my CLX didnt have any funny comments on the PCB.
I have a VHT 2150 power amp from 1989 that has a little plastic man crapping on the board.
"Bold talk for a one eyed fat man"
If memory serves me well, the quote is from Robert Duval, directed at John Wayne.
Never seen that before, that is the funniest sh*t I have seen. Steve must have a great sense of humour, to match his great amps.
Guess he's been to the Mike Fuller school of Charm and Diplomacy....Can I say that here...?
Actually, Steve Fryette is a great guy and a fine guitarist (as well as an amazing amp designer).
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