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    I agree tweed isn't exactly the first thing that comes to mind when you think stoner/doom. To be clear I'm not on the heavier side of that genre though - think early Pharaoh Overload.

    I might have a JVM410C trade lined up.

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    Is it in your budget to buy a HX Stomp? That would be my first port of call.

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    I get that the tweed is not doom/stoner thing.

    Not to fork the thread but I have a lead on potential trade for a JVM410C

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacko13 View Post
    I get that the tweed is not doom/stoner thing.

    Not to fork the thread but I have a lead on potential trade for a JVM410C
    If the thread isn't derailed after the 5th reply, we usually close them for fear of it looking like work is being done.

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    That said, surf around and find the thread that Mattayus did on his modification to his JVM. It turned it from a pretty cool amp into a fire-breathing monster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    If the thread isn't derailed after the 5th reply, we usually close them for fear of it looking like work is being done.
    Threads never get derailed around here. They always go exactly where they are supposed to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    Threads never get derailed around here. They always go exactly where they are supposed to go.
    This is the way.

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