wakjob
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wakjob

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    1. wakjob
      wakjob
      Whoa, sorry dude. I hardly ever check this area.

      I'm near Utica. I'm playing my own variation of rock music for the most part lately.

      I haven't been inspired to play anything 'metal' in a long while now. In fact, I've almost forgotten how to play with super saturated high gain or the like.
    2. ZackP3750
      ZackP3750
      Hey man, noticed you from CNY, always cool to see Upstaters on here. What kind of stuff do you play?
    3. HeHasTheJazzHands
      HeHasTheJazzHands
      Hmmmm... An Axe FX II w/ a GCP? :scratch:



      I joke. :D
      Nice grab, an easier-to-carry JCM800. :D
    4. HeHasTheJazzHands
      HeHasTheJazzHands
      Actually, I don't think people import emoticons. They just save them in a file or on a website and use the forum's "Insert Image" option, like so:

      [IMG]
    5. HeHasTheJazzHands
      HeHasTheJazzHands
      Not too sure. Sorry. :(
    6. HeHasTheJazzHands
      HeHasTheJazzHands
      Oooh, I see. It just looked like a re-housed Mosfet or Artist. :lol: I didn't even know a shorthead version of the JCM existed. Thats pretty cool. :)

      And I ove those Mosfets. They're like a easier to use, easier to maintain, easier to carry JCM. It's like a the cat of the Marshall world. :lol:
    7. wakjob
      wakjob
      Oh damn, I sorry Jazzman. I didn't even notice that someone sent me a PM.

      No, it's a rare 2204S. Only 500 made in 1986.

      Basically and pcb style 2204 in a short box with the old JMP look...she rips!

      My friend had a Lead Mosfet 100 head for years, they are awesome amps.
    8. HeHasTheJazzHands
      HeHasTheJazzHands
      Just wondering, that amp in your avatar is a Marshall Lead 100, right? :)
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    1. Before hipster beards were allowed in metal.