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Now that I'm working from home all the time I finally got around to organising the office. Been meaning to put hangers up for bloody years.

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mule wrote: Sun Jul 10, 2022 9:17 pm Now that I'm working from home all the time I finally got around to organising the office. Been meaning to put hangers up for bloody years.

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Lovely : ) How is the Katana for an easy grab amp? Thinking about getting a little solid state amp for my home office too.

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MogwaiBoy wrote: Sun Jul 10, 2022 10:37 pm
mule wrote: Sun Jul 10, 2022 9:17 pm Now that I'm working from home all the time I finally got around to organising the office. Been meaning to put hangers up for bloody years.
Lovely : ) How is the Katana for an easy grab amp? Thinking about getting a little solid state amp for my home office too.
It's great! Mostly running it through headphones these days as the baby's usually sleeping if I'm playing, which it's perfect for. Other consideration would be a THR10 which is handy for being about to sit on your desk and doubling as speakers. Unfortunately my niece borrowed mine and I haven't seen it since :(

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mule wrote: Sun Jul 10, 2022 9:17 pm Now that I'm working from home all the time I finally got around to organising the office. Been meaning to put hangers up for bloody years.

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Tidy! Tell me about your 000-15m? They seem pretty tempting...

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Speakos wrote: Wed Jul 13, 2022 10:58 pm Tidy! Tell me about your 000-15m? They seem pretty tempting...
I actually went out intending to buy a 000-15M but came back with this 00-15M. I love the "warmth" of these things which I'm sure is all down to the mahogany. The 00-15M was a wee bit quieter than the 000, but to my ear it's ideal. I'm only really playing alone or while sitting on the couch, so the volume is just what I need.

I'd definitely try them out if you're interested. A few NZ shops stock them. This one stood out to me over the other 2 of the same model that I tried, so worth getting your hands on if possible.

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Cheers, will try to to track one down!

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I’m also in the 000-15m hunt - should save my pennies finally and bite the bullet
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TmcB wrote: Thu Jul 14, 2022 1:29 pm I’m also in the 000-15m hunt - should save my pennies finally and bite the bullet
I have one of these going in case it fits the bill: https://sheeranguitars.com/pages/the-s-series. Mine's the S01. it is new--with papers.
It is not the same tone, but it is in the same ballpark.

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I'll have to take a photo next band rehearsal. I've picked up keyboard duties, as well as guitar and mandolin, so as a result, my rig has "past participle of get" completely silly. Each individual rig (electric, acoustic, keyboard) is moderate, but when it's all in a pile of cases ready to be set up it seems utterly ridiculous. The fun sort of ridiculous though.

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rickenbackerkid wrote: Sat Jul 16, 2022 9:12 pm I'll have to take a photo next band rehearsal. I've picked up keyboard duties, as well as guitar and mandolin, so as a result, my rig has "past participle of get" completely silly. Each individual rig (electric, acoustic, keyboard) is moderate, but when it's all in a pile of cases ready to be set up it seems utterly ridiculous. The fun sort of ridiculous though.
Is this In the Springsteen band or your other side band?
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Springsteen. I'm enjoying the challenge but have to be honest, I'm slightly nervous as there is a lot to remember now. Was certainly easier just playing guitar.

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As per the pedalboard thread, here's the whole setup:
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rickenbackerkid wrote: Sat Jul 16, 2022 10:17 pm Springsteen. I'm enjoying the challenge but have to be honest, I'm slightly nervous as there is a lot to remember now. Was certainly easier just playing guitar.
Guitar is an easy instrument for sure :thumbup:

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hercules wrote: Tue Jul 26, 2022 4:48 pm As per the pedalboard thread, here's the whole setup:

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Details on that Boogie please.
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robthemac wrote: Tue Jul 26, 2022 5:01 pm
hercules wrote: Tue Jul 26, 2022 4:48 pm As per the pedalboard thread, here's the whole setup:

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Details on that Boogie please.
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