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Post by Jops »

Haha! I got Basket cases old L6 PC+ straight after I got the Laney. So sorry for not collecting. I need to start paying storage rates. :rofl:

I got a couple of pedals for you to have anyway maybe that can pay for it...
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Jops wrote: Tue Jun 21, 2022 8:45 am UA Ruby 63

Now I can shoot out between the Neunaber Neuron, Simplifier Classic and (when its fixed) Simplifier Dlx. I'm addicted to pedalboard preamps at the moment.
If only you had a FRFR speaker...

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Jops wrote: Tue Jun 21, 2022 9:34 am Haha! I got Basket cases old L6 PC+ straight after I got the Laney. So sorry for not collecting. I need to start paying storage rates. :rofl:

I got a couple of pedals for you to have anyway maybe that can pay for it...
robthemac wrote: Tue Jun 21, 2022 9:29 am
Jops wrote: Tue Jun 21, 2022 8:45 am UA Ruby 63

Now I can shoot out between the Neunaber Neuron, Simplifier Classic and (when its fixed) Simplifier Dlx. I'm addicted to pedalboard preamps at the moment.
If only you had a FRFR speaker...
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Artist grungemaster, currently $199 on special, buying to butcher it into a budget fret less conversion, muahahahaha!
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65 Amps Ventura off TM.
I was after something 6v6 and the demo's sound pretty good.Image
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Nice, you've purchased from a member here!

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Awesome. I thought it might have been someone from here.

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jubbathehog wrote: Mon Jun 27, 2022 5:39 pm 65 Amps Ventura off TM.
I was after something 6v6 and the demo's sound pretty good.Image
Had my eyes on that beauty

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k1w1 wrote: Mon Jun 20, 2022 3:35 pmA painful $50
Well it may have been $50 but shipped DHL, ordered on the 19th and arrived today and fitted to the Epiphone Studio. I have a parcel coming from Stewmac shipped 3/6 still not arrived.

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k1w1 wrote: Mon Jun 27, 2022 7:04 pm
k1w1 wrote: Mon Jun 20, 2022 3:35 pmA painful $50
Well it may have been $50 but shipped DHL, ordered on the 19th and arrived today and fitted to the Epiphone Studio. I have a parcel coming from Stewmac shipped 3/6 still not arrived.
NZ post took a week to get some cables from the Auckland distribution center to the Whangarei depot. Could have literally walked them faster.

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Got a few guitar wall hangers in the mail to finally set up my office properly. Took 6 days to move from "picked up" to "processing at depot". Hasn't even left Auckland yet :(

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I have an Origin RevivalTrem which does beautiful bias tremolo, but I really don't need the in-built drive so will put it up for sale. Decided bite the bullet on the Monk...chewy goodness.

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Post by NippleWrestler »

PC parts for me. A new build needs to happen since my last rig kept bluescreening, which seemed like a good excuse to go shopping and build a whole new machine.

5700x.
6600xt.
32gb ddr4 3600.
Noctua NHd15 chromax in black (huge and unnecessary) .
MSI MPG B550 carbon mobo.

Same PSU, case, fans, BS.

This is also the first time I'm building it entirely by myself which, although everyone tells you it's simple, is quite daunting. It's like very expensive Lego but luckily I think they design bits and bobs to be handled by ham-fisted cavemen like myself.

Ninite.com is a great resource.

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NippleWrestler wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 10:05 am PC parts for me. A new build needs to happen since my last rig kept bluescreening, which seemed like a good excuse to go shopping and build a whole new machine.

5700x.
6600xt.
32gb ddr4 3600.
Noctua NHd15 chromax in black (huge and unnecessary) .
MSI MPG B550 carbon mobo.

Same PSU, case, fans, BS.

This is also the first time I'm building it entirely by myself which, although everyone tells you it's simple, is quite daunting. It's like very expensive Lego but luckily I think they design bits and bobs to be handled by ham-fisted cavemen like myself.

Ninite.com is a great resource.
It's daunting the first time, and then seems so bloody simple every time after that.

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