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#784512
There was this one time, at Band Camp... Well at gear-fest. The two Simons cranked my transatlantic and marveled at how good it sounded! It sounded particularly awesome when Mr Hirst & his LP special AB-ed it with his extra cool AC30 (is it korg era? or pre-korg era? whatever the desirable era is I believe it is that). The difference was very very minimal, with the Mesa a touch "tighter" perhaps.

Just saying...
#784521
HackSaw wrote:There was this one time, at Band Camp... Well at gear-fest. The two Simons cranked my transatlantic and marveled at how good it sounded! It sounded particularly awesome when Mr Hirst & his LP special AB-ed it with his extra cool AC30 (is it korg era? or pre-korg era? whatever the desirable era is I believe it is that). The difference was very very minimal, with the Mesa a touch "tighter" perhaps.

Just saying...


At what point did the warm apple pie come out?
#784629
null_pointer wrote:
HackSaw wrote:There was this one time, at Band Camp... Well at gear-fest. The two Simons cranked my transatlantic and marveled at how good it sounded! It sounded particularly awesome when Mr Hirst & his LP special AB-ed it with his extra cool AC30 (is it korg era? or pre-korg era? whatever the desirable era is I believe it is that). The difference was very very minimal, with the Mesa a touch "tighter" perhaps.

Just saying...


At what point did the warm apple pie come out?

it was already out
#784641
HackSaw wrote:There was this one time, at Band Camp... Well at gear-fest. The two Simons cranked my transatlantic and marveled at how good it sounded! It sounded particularly awesome when Mr Hirst & his LP special AB-ed it with his extra cool AC30 (is it korg era? or pre-korg era? whatever the desirable era is I believe it is that). The difference was very very minimal, with the Mesa a touch "tighter" perhaps.

Just saying...


Which TA was that?