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  1. #113


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Arizona
    ME: Ibanez
    Rig: Mesa JP-2C

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    Get that quality gear out of here, this is the HORRIBLE gear thread. Post the Ampeg SS150 instead

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  3. #114


    Join Date: Jul 2017
    Location: San Diego
    ME: LEF Customs EXP
    MB: LTD B-5E
    Rig: VH-140C/Mesa Mark III

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    Get that quality gear out of here, this is the HORRIBLE gear thread. Post the Ampeg SS150 instead
    Hah, plenty of people on other forums will talk all day about how each one of these amps are garbage (yes, even the Mark III). I guess that's how I know this is my home. Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

    Alright, this should qualify:


    Bought that on eBay ($35) because childhood.

  4. #115


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: NB, Canuckistan
    ME: Fernandes Ravelle
    MB: Yamaha TRBX305
    Rig: Digitech GSP1101

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdave View Post
    My first real amp, prior to that I plated through mt Dads stereo aux input. The Bandit was a kickass little amp
    Same here. It was a basic home stereo that happened to have an "aux" input on the front for whatever reason. That and a Boss HM-2 = complete & utter FIZZ. One day I completely fried the left channel & needless to say my mom was NOT impressed, so we got me a small Peavey Companion 15 shortly after that.

    A year or so later, I got one of these and it was the absolute worst piece of junk I ever had the displeasure of using. The only identifying mark on it was the big "720K" on the front & that's about it.



    All I remember was using it for a short bit, it started making some pretty horrific buzzing noises. Took it into a shop to get it fixed & not only did it start making the same noises a couple of weeks later but they stole the reverb tank out of the back of it. The only reason I got it was because I wanted an amp that was loud enough to jam with some friends but I'd only been playing for a couple of years & didn't know squat about amps & there wasn't much of a selection where I lived that was very affordable.

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  6. #116


    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Daytona, FL
    ME: Charvel Strathead
    Rig: Laney Ironheart

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    Holy shit, I think I had that amp too:
    12 by SR, on Flickr

    Put a sticker over the 720.

    Note the fucking awful Art "Proverb" I had too, and the Metal Zone.

  7. #117


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: NB, Canuckistan
    ME: Fernandes Ravelle
    MB: Yamaha TRBX305
    Rig: Digitech GSP1101

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    Mine had 3 or 4 channels (I think) and each one had a volume & reverb knob. It was loud as hell for the amount of time it actually worked but it also weighed a frickin' TON.

  8. #118


    Join Date: Oct 2011
    Location: Rockville, MD
    ME: Jackson DK2M
    Rig: EVH 5150 III

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    I found an issue of Guitar World from 1995 at a thrift store recently. Some good finds in there and it has a tab to You Oughta Know







    I sure hope none of you missed Kiss Convention '95

    "Somebody's gettin' choked
    'Cos now its time to pay the piper
    Bums are the type of shit that's in a diaper
    Don't make me have to call a sniper
    And wipe your brains off my windshield wiper, you dirty bug"

    -Fred Durst

  9. #119


    Join Date: Dec 2011
    Location: vancouver, bc

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaptizedBurning View Post

    I sure hope none of you missed Kiss Convention '95


    Hey Look! you can see Ace's weiner!

    Spoiler
    Jesus dies at the end....

  10. #120


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Arizona
    ME: Ibanez
    Rig: Mesa JP-2C

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