Sold: 65Amps London Pro - Minty with box etc.

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robthemac wrote:
Molly wrote:This is becoming incestuous... LOL

1974x? I'd crank the shit out of that. :-)
Don't you have one already?
I have a TSL100.

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Molly wrote:This is becoming incestuous... LOL

1974x? I'd crank the shit out of that. :-)
Don't you have one already?
I have a TSL100.
Hmmm I could swear someone had an 1974x for sale last year, not sure why I thought it was you.

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robthemac wrote:
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robthemac wrote:
Don't you have one already?
I have a TSL100.
Hmmm I could swear someone had an 1974x for sale last year, not sure why I thought it was you.
I was overseas last year (or I'd have bought it... ).

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Where are you based?
Auckland, Remuera South
Mt Wellington?
Hah, Between the 2 officially.

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Yesterday I ran this flat-out into a 412 with a V30 / Greenback mix. There was loads more overdrive than I was expecting (considering I was playing my vintage output CS69 pickup Strat). Blue channel was fantastic on the 2 and 4 pickup positions. So nice backed off a wee bit. Red channel was proper Kossoff tone (I had Back Street Crawler on in the background - defo a tone for that era). Dug out the P90 PRS and it was a great match too.

Anyway, I don't think I want to sell this now... I know it's not often you get to play at that volume but I think it's worth keeping for the times that you do. Might have to flick the /13 instead. Or just keep them all.

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Keep them allz!
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Glad if you decide to hang on it, makes it an easy choice for me. Have spent the week working to avoid having to think about a difficult decision.

Having a hoon on gear you're thinking of selling isnt a great way to move things on.

After taking the 1974X to my 1st band practice in 3 months on Sunday, its real hard to let go of it.
I have another 20w single channel amp (Bellbird) that I usually gig with, and I only use the Katana mini at home, so it can easily go a year between getting played, but for those times when I can crank it loud enough to hit the sweetspot... LP or 335 into 1974X is guitar tone perfection to my ear.

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jimi wrote:Glad if you decide to hang on it, makes it an easy choice for me. Have spent the week working to avoid having to think about a difficult decision.

Having a hoon on gear you're thinking of selling isnt a great way to move things on.

After taking the 1974X to my 1st band practice in 3 months on Sunday, its real hard to let go of it.
I have another 20w single channel amp (Bellbird) that I usually gig with, and I only use the Katana mini at home, so it can easily go a year between getting played, but for those times when I can crank it loud enough to hit the sweetspot... LP or 335 into 1974X is guitar tone perfection to my ear.
1974x is a classic amp you'd definitely regret parting with. I'd love one if only for the cool factor. You're right to keep it. If we lived near each other we could do a temporary swap. But we don't..... :-(

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Molly wrote:
jimi wrote:Glad if you decide to hang on it, makes it an easy choice for me. Have spent the week working to avoid having to think about a difficult decision.

Having a hoon on gear you're thinking of selling isnt a great way to move things on.

After taking the 1974X to my 1st band practice in 3 months on Sunday, its real hard to let go of it.
I have another 20w single channel amp (Bellbird) that I usually gig with, and I only use the Katana mini at home, so it can easily go a year between getting played, but for those times when I can crank it loud enough to hit the sweetspot... LP or 335 into 1974X is guitar tone perfection to my ear.
1974x is a classic amp you'd definitely regret parting with. I'd love one if only for the cool factor. You're right to keep it. If we lived near each other we could do a temporary swap. But we don't..... :-(
I think the only fair thing to do is leave them both at my place, that's about halfway.
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Sold to Jim.

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Sold to Jim.

Jim d'man.
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