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Cool pics. For some reason when I saw that pic of all your stuff set up in the woods, I envisioned the mayhem that would occur should a rain storm come. I was playing in a band once and we were playing on the roof of a house for a college graduation party and a storm came. Talk about assholes and elbows. Running with gear across a wet roof - yikes. I nearly went over with my amp cab. Back to the pic thread..ahem.

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Sean Patrick, that looks like a very cool setup. I like the pic of you at the baby xylophone, with all the records in the back. Is that your apartment? Very cool.

 

Anywho, here is my Moog, my baby:

 

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thanks jdlee23,

yes, that is my apartment. furnished by ikea. yes!

we love that baby glockenspiel. it is all over our music. our set up constantly changes. adding new equipment, and changing things around. alot of fun. thanks for participating.

 

 

sean.

www.afnpmusic.com

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I am very jealous of jdlee23's moog.

 

Here's my gear. The piano is actually my families but it's mine once I get my own place. The little peavy amp is actually just my brothers but he didn't use it so I use to use it as a practice amp in my rec room. Since this picture was taken I got a banjo.

 

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well it has a tube in it but i don't think anyone would seriously consider it a 'tube' amp. my understanding is that these little tube amps are *cough* a marketing scam. they are essentially a solid state amp with a little tube in them so companies can claim they are selling you a 'tube' amp. ah marketing geniuses!

 

I could be wrong of course, but my opinion is from reading about the little tube amps on some guitar/amp forums.

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That's wicked cool.

Yeah, it was probably the coolest one I had/have seen, and it was one heck of a tone machine. I miss it quite a bit, but maybe since I took a job as a music instructor and guitars are considered tax write-offs I can get something of equal-or-greater coolness.

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well it has a tube in it but i don't think anyone would seriously consider it a 'tube' amp. my understanding is that these little tube amps are *cough* a marketing scam. they are essentially a solid state amp with a little tube in them so companies can claim they are selling you a 'tube' amp. ah marketing geniuses!

 

I could be wrong of course, but my opinion is from reading about the little tube amps on some guitar/amp forums.

 

 

Yes, of course this would make 10 times more sense. I mean they're like a hundred bucks anyways. Keep rockin' that Hot Rod Deluxe! Thoses are some pretty killer amps. Especially when you have the Clean channel loud enough to give you some distortion :cheers

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well it has a tube in it but i don't think anyone would seriously consider it a 'tube' amp. my understanding is that these little tube amps are *cough* a marketing scam. they are essentially a solid state amp with a little tube in them so companies can claim they are selling you a 'tube' amp. ah marketing geniuses!

 

I could be wrong of course, but my opinion is from reading about the little tube amps on some guitar/amp forums.

 

I've definetly heard of/seen those sorts of amp but I thought that those Epi ones are legit. Maybe im wrong?

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well y'all drove me to do a little more net research on the epi and i'm thinking it is indeed a true tube amp. i bought it a few months ago mostly because i was tired of lugging the fender from practice to practice. i guess i assumed the epi was a hybrid because it was so cheap.

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well y'all drove me to do a little more net research on the epi and i'm thinking it is indeed a true tube amp. i bought it a few months ago mostly because i was tired of lugging the fender from practice to practice. i guess i assumed the epi was a hybrid because it was so cheap.

 

yes, it is a true tube amp (well, it has a solid state rectifier, but that doesn't disqualify it in my book)

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