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    Heaviest Cab ever




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    Probably still weighs less than a 4x12 with EVMs.
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    Johan is a mad scientist of classic rock guitar. I still love his experiment where he attached a string to a metal girder to see what it would sound like.

    C'mon son.

    Hellevate

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    This guy is nuts but I love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Probably still weighs less than a 4x12 with EVMs.
    I have two 1x12 combos with EVM12s, and the light one is 75 pounds
    "Oh, those jazz guys are just making that stuff up!" - Homer J. Simpson

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    My friend has a Mesa 412 with the treadplate armor. That shit is heavy.

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