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Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by cazclocker, Aug 12, 2018 at 8:33 AM.
Seen on Phoenix AZ Craigslist... why didn't I think of this?
It isn't exactly a new concept. The Portaflex is almost 50 yo.
What is it that I am missing?
Bottle opener on the side?
Perhaps he means the bottle opener?
OK, I'll spell it out for ya...
It improves your tone greatly.
I buy my beer in cans
I got back from the beach yesterday and went up to my jam room. One thing I noticed was bottle openers EVERYWHERE.
Hahaha! I mounted a bottle opener just like that on my Eden 410XLT back in the 90s!
Good craft beer comes in cans these days, but I suppose one of those can crushers would just look trashy.
I will pass on the bottle opener on the side, probably tear my leg open with it. Beside, beer makes me pee too often ...However, a good wine corkscrew kept in your gig bag is a very good idea.
I don't need no stinkin' tools to open a bottle of good tequila. Problem solved.
This is funny in Germany. Over here, twist off bottle caps are unheard of, but no self respecting German man would use a bottle opener. They have 10,000 ways of opening beer bottles without one.
And cans? That’s almost as funny to them as Coors Light.
I guess you had to be there.
A bottle opener on your amp sends the message that it's probably OK to sit your beer on it.
I got one of those mounted on my homemade rack case. I think you can see it in this pic. It's reflecting the light on the upper right hand side.
Prepped for gig. by cheapbasslovin posted Aug 20, 2014 at 5:07 PM
To be fair, though, the reason many American craft brewers have recently switched to cans isn't because they don't know better; it's because beer-can technology has changed such that the same beer should taste exactly the same from a bottle or from one of these new cans. Given that, there are a lot of advantages to cans over bottles.
That’s a bottle opener?