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yeah i considered the ps-6 but the toneprint tweaking is just so damn handy.Will force me to play a little more in the box too which is what i need at the moment too heh

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Page 666... :-(

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Also pleased as to be at the top of page 666 for the thread :)

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Conway wrote:I was going to bring this in for Guitars Rock stock, but after Slowy's bombshell I might just keep it for myself...

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Is there an official name for that finish? Something like too much ass in not enough jeggings?


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hey you can never have too much Awesome Random Samick Experience ... its the experience that counts ;)
you JUST KNOW some Tory wanker has thought of this idea already. Probably getting the inspiration whilst fucking a dead pig.

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Kris wrote:Also pleased as to be at the top of page 666 for the thread :)
Seems appropriate! :mrgreen:

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Olderama wrote::thumbup:
Is that what I'm collecting? Shall I drag it behind the car for that relic vibe?

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Molly wrote:
Olderama wrote::thumbup:
Is that what I'm collecting? Shall I drag it behind the car for that relic vibe?
Yep :thumbup:
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Olderama wrote:
Molly wrote:
Olderama wrote::thumbup:
Is that what I'm collecting? Shall I drag it behind the car for that relic vibe?
Yep :thumbup:
Ok. Will do.

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Olderama wrote:
Molly wrote:
Olderama wrote::thumbup:
Is that what I'm collecting? Shall I drag it behind the car for that relic vibe?
Yep :thumbup:
Got it OK. Same model but pink? Unusual choice. You going to paint it?

I've a carton here so can leave it out for the courier whenever you want it collecting. :-)

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please let me know when it turns green :mrgreen:
Conway wrote:I was going to bring this in for Guitars Rock stock, but after Slowy's bombshell I might just keep it for myself...

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Finally my infinity 2 arrived, took over a month and a half from US
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I didn't realise it wouldn't run of batteries so I've had to lug the G-System out just to use the power channels. Might have to buy a power supply next, fancy a one-spot CS6 I think.

I've just found out a) how hard it is to get the button tapping right, and b) how crap my playing really is. Since I bought it as a practice tool this might be quite good fun though.

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sty wrote:Finally my infinity 2 arrived, took over a month and a half from US
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I didn't realise it wouldn't run of batteries so I've had to lug the G-System out just to use the power channels. Might have to buy a power supply next, fancy a one-spot CS6 I think.

I've just found out a) how hard it is to get the button tapping right, and b) how crap my playing really is. Since I bought it as a practice tool this might be quite good fun though.
Nice and compact, looks good. Who did you order it through? Dibs if you get sick of playing with yourself :wink:
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StratMatt wrote:
sty wrote:Finally my infinity 2 arrived, took over a month and a half from US


I didn't realise it wouldn't run of batteries so I've had to lug the G-System out just to use the power channels. Might have to buy a power supply next, fancy a one-spot CS6 I think.

I've just found out a) how hard it is to get the button tapping right, and b) how crap my playing really is. Since I bought it as a practice tool this might be quite good fun though.
Nice and compact, looks good. Who did you order it through? Dibs if you get sick of playing with yourself :wink:
I got it from Prymaxe via Reverb.

It shipped instantly and just caught up in the whole Covid slowdown.

It's a wonderfully compact, and very very high quality feeling device, the buttons feel really good which I suspect is important for these things. I suspect I'll want to add the extra two dedicated buttons and they very kindly give full instructions how to wire them up which is a nice touch.

I really do need some coaching/mentoring though as my electric technique and playing is really shite.

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