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  1. Nice! I'm kind of eyeing some of the blem Les Paul Juniors online right now. But I may need to wait a bit since I just bought an amp and need to unload my Casino just for the sake of not having any more guitars.
  2. Cooked up some Jaeger Schnitzel the other night with some German Potato Salad and sauerkraut.
  3. Princeton or Princeton Reverb. The former has headroom for days. The latter, less so without some mods in my limited experience. With mods, it could do anything the deluxe reverb could do. But I already had a deluxe reverb and it became redundant for me. I'm one of those weird people who does not like the way the Princeton Reverb breaks up in its stock form. The way the phase inverter circuit is causes one tube to clip before the other rendering a ratty, fizzy distortion. Some people love it. I never did. One of the mods I had done to mine adjusted the PI to eliminate that. Here's a Lil Dawg Tweed Tremolux with a 15 in it instead of a 12. https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/lil-dawg-tremolux-reduced.2092395/#post-29435712
  4. I listen to some sound clips of one. The clean tones are good, but even in spite of the 12" speaker, it's still a bit raspy when turned up. I had a 1977 Champ for a while, and enjoyed it, but sold it because I also had a 76 Princeton Reverb, which I sold because I also had a 73 Deluxe Reverb, which I'm not selling. Basically though, in the Blackface/Silverface amp types, I don't see much benefit apart from portability in amps smaller than a DR. Getting that Princeton Reverb to a point where it would keep up with a drummer without sounding like a ratty fart basically involved modding it up to be a baby DR anyway.
  5. This one might be of interest to someone in the Austin area. https://austin.craigslist.org/msg/d/horseshoe-bay-victoria-f1-upgraded/7003601793.html
  6. Same. Hybrid memory foam over spring for us. Denver Mattress brand. Felt amazing in the store compared to Tempurpedic. We are 5 years in, and it's the best mattress ever for us.
  7. For the 5f10 Harvard, $609 for the lunchbox. $889 for the head in a tweed head cab. All the other amps and prices here: https://www.littledawgamps.com/prices/ All of the cabs are build by Mather, which are of exceptional quality.
  8. I liked the African dude and the Hawaiian dude who sang.
  9. We Well, it's done. Of course, I didn't make it. But Jim will make "lunch box" amps. Shipping Tuesday. Really stoked!
  10. Hold my beer. Delete thread. Ban user.
  11. Wasn't expecting this at all. Pretty cool. Gives me hope and shit.
  12. Just got an email from Jim (the builder). Chassis is all wired up. Amp is sitting on the variac slow forming the new caps. Once it's biased, it's going in the cabinet and getting wired up with the speaker. Fingers crossed I have it by next week.
  13. Last one. Booker T & the MGs
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