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    A few other NAMM items

    We've been seeing some great pictures of stuff from NAMM on the forum, but I saw some other stuff elsewhere that I thought might interest people here as well, even if most of it isn't guitar gear.

    Pearl Demon Drive

    I wouldn't really consider myself a drummer, but when/if I ever do get a kit, this is looking pretty tempting.

    Ampeg Micro-VR

    200 watts of Ampeg for $300 MRSP? This sounds like win to me.

    Bugera also apparently has some new Marshall and Ampeg clones.

    That last one looks like an SVT-4 clone. I can't wait to start hearing more about that one.

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    I wonder if the micro SVT is based on the Crate PowerBlock technology.

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    lol I wonder how that nuke name will work for them

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    The Pearl's take on axis is interesting. Nice design ,and I hope the price will be better than Axis/Trick too
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    The smaller SVT clone looks to be an SVT3-Pro clone, I know because I use one

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    The Bugera 1960 looks cool.

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    Hmm... an Ampeg clone at a decent price. Might have to check that out.

    Also, the 1960 looks like they've got a pre-jumpered Plexi setup... and I assume the 1990 is more of a JCM800 or perhaps JCM2000 clone. I am intrigued..
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    I just want to find the fucker that never returned my (brandfuckingnew, $6) bottle of superglue.

    If you guys see it, tell him to...um....fuck it.
    Maybe his G/F will pull a Sean Young on him.
    I guess that's all I can hope for.

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