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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by UnDoNe, Mar 21, 2006.
Nice! I bet it looks even better in real life though, especially on a dark stage.
hey tom... life's too short for that carpet!!!!
Nah, they look very cool in a retro-industrial sort of way.
I jammed through a friend's YBA200 rig. Great tube style growl and warmth, and it seemed quite loud for 200 rms. I'd like to buy one, but I still have a moratorium on buying new gear.
Nice! That is the first I've had both that quote and my carpet thrown back to me in the same sentance. I am impressed!
Hey Tom, I clicked your link to check out your Blog (Gear For Sale) and was prompted for a password. Obviously I don't know it, so I had to use my task manager to abort my IE session entirely just to get off your page since I was stuck there on the password screen and couldn't close it or anything.
So anyway.... thanks for making me lose the post I was about to put up (I usually run multiple windows at a time). I'll not make the mistake of checking out your gear for sale again.
Wow, that is the first I have heard of this happening. I am sorry about that. I'll look into why that happened. It shouldn't have! Has anyone else every had this problem with my blog?
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. Again, I apologize.
Mirror mirror on the wall... who has the fairest YBA200 of them all??
Love the white piping!! who did it?
The Traynor looks fine. I agree about the Mesa, on the other hand. Its dog-ugly! Luckily it sounds great and hides in a case when not in use.
It's look reminds me of the Kern 1p-177 (i think that's right)....
The grey facing and chicken knobs do it methinks.
the glowyness looks cool.
i like traynors.
Yes, that is very sharp!
THAT RULES!!!!!! I love what you've done to it. WOW!!!
Ya gotta love the sound 1st. Then go nuts with dice or skull knobs and some hot color on the mesh grill, then wrap some snakeskin tolex around it.
Didn't you know that "the 3rd rule of improving your amp's tone" is to make sure it looks cool? Everyone thinks a cool looking amp sounds better.
"The 5th rule of improving your amps tone" is to put a boutique brand name on it and charge TONS of money for it. Then everyone will REALLY think it sounds great.
I like my yba200.... to me, it looks cool
sorry.... just made a mess with the quick reply function...
"Form Follows Function".....always looks good.
Did you learn that in The Village?