Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Deadpool_25, Sep 10, 2020.
Just makes me think "combo chopped into head".
These live in parlors with $10k rugs and R9 LPs gathering dust.
See, I think I like them for that reason. Really unassuming, doesn't attract much attention... Until you turn it on. Then it's the only thing anyone inside the venue will be able to pay attention to.
I get what mean about looking like old PA gear. Kinda looks like a cross between some old military tech from the analog era mixed with a hi-fi home audio system.
Say it isn't so, this fat youtube fuck is back at it and more successful than before???
Any idea of the weight?
Ok, for what it's worth, Tone King amps can sound great, and they pre-date the youtube itself by 12 years, so they definitely came before that youtuber.
My friend has one and he clocked his at 110 lbs.... I love big amps and don't have any problems moving them around but the idea of trying to toss one of these on top of a cab big enough to hand it doesn't sound appealing .
@narad The Two Rock looks gorgeous to me. Lately, I’ve been lusting after a Traditional Clean.
the new peters dual format amps look sickk
Peters amps have always been super hot.
Amps with grills like that Peters just make me think of the velociraptor container from Jurassic Park
edit: double post
hmm so all I have to do is swap the logo for INGEN right?
I confused InGen with BioSys for a minute, and thought you wanted to root for the bad guys (the real big bad in JP is Hammond, obvs.)
That's a heifer!! Just the one handle too.
NVM, has side handles.
Peavey has a way of doing that lol. My bandit 112 only has one handle and weighs every bit of 75 pounds, and even alot of the older 2x12 combos came with one top handle and no casters.
Edit: ahh it looks like it does have side handles. Either way the point still stands when it comes to Peavey combos