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Thread: What Are You GAS'ing For Lately?

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    Axe-honerated spellcaster's Avatar
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    Well, Frostman won't sell me the Les Paul Jr, so my GAS attack is over. In retrospect, it's probably just as well. I promised myself no more Epiphones after those two down and dirty SG's a few years back.

    By the way, zontar, after reading your bass pedal board post, it got me thinking about electronic bass pedals. I almost bought a set years ago and watching a couple of videos online has me thinking about the idea again.
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    It's a long range plan
    More for the convenience of having a separate bass pedal board
    I have what I want pedal wise
    Unless I need to replace something or I find a deal I can't refuse
    Or I win one/get a gift etc
    I've been a pilgrim on this earth, since the day of my birth, I'm a long way from my home.

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    I need a good amp. It's gonna be around a few months until I can save up for an amp again. the holidays were kind of a spending spree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsallintheblues View Post
    the holidays were kind of a spending spree.
    When aren't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by die Bullen View Post
    When aren't they?
    100% correct! LOL

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    Waiting for some extra money & an offer coming in
    May then see if I can make a trade or a sale to get a Yamaha or Roland keyboard
    I've been a pilgrim on this earth, since the day of my birth, I'm a long way from my home.

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    Some GAS I need to pass.....This is on the Used Victoria website. I don't need it, but if I had cash to burn and a place to store it, I think this would be neat to own....

    1968 Fender Super Showman Outside Victoria, Victoria

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    Quote Originally Posted by spellcaster View Post
    Some GAS I need to pass.....This is on the Used Victoria website. I don't need it, but if I had cash to burn and a place to store it, I think this would be neat to own....

    1968 Fender Super Showman Outside Victoria, Victoria

    Wow. I hope i can find vintage amps around here too

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    That looks like one of the early solid state ones
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    Quote Originally Posted by zontar View Post
    That looks like one of the early solid state ones
    I'm aware that they're not going to sound like a vintage tube equivalent, but I think they might have potential. Early solid state was still in a pretty primitive state, components were a lot less miniaturized, they're a lot closer to serviceable than the new Reissue amps with printed circuit boards and plastic pots, and I'd guess at that vintage, they're full of discrete transisters rather than the Op amp >IC chip monstrosities that started to show up later. In other words, I think they could sound reasonable. And if a guy's going to buy a rare Fender, that would be a cheap way to own a vintage amp that probably won't ever be worth less, and maybe more. I'd like to play it and see what it sounds like.
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