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    Axe-honerated zontar's Avatar
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    I have to try amps & pedals before I buy them
    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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    Kicked the Peavey around last night again- I can see why I gigged with it for so long. Maybe I will have to throw it in the car one of these days instead of the Dr. Z

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    Quote Originally Posted by die Bullen View Post
    Kicked the Peavey around last night again- I can see why I gigged with it for so long. Maybe I will have to throw it in the car one of these days instead of the Dr. Z
    What's your Dr. Z amp? I havent seen them around here. It's all Bugera's, Supro's, etc.

    I also lost out on a very nice Ampeg GVT a couple of months ago. I was third in line. It was nicely priced as well, 800aud. I had that money at that time

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    It is a Dr. Z Maz38NR


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    Quote Originally Posted by die Bullen View Post
    It is a Dr. Z Maz38NR

    thats a nice amp!

    there's a distributor here in Melbourne, but I cannot afford this for now. hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsallintheblues View Post
    thats a nice amp!

    there's a distributor here in Melbourne, but I cannot afford this for now. hahaha
    Yes, they are pricey- a new one will set you back US $2,000

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    Lots of nice expensive amps out there
    So it is nice there are some good options for less
    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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    Honestly the Peavey is probably powerful enough for most players, assuming it gives you the sound you want. Mine has a few upgrades that make it better than stock

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