Well, as many of you know New York City was completely devastated by Hurricane Sandy last month and many of us have lost years and years worth of collectibles and belongings that have grown with us through time. One of the items that I noticed was covered in water at one point or another was my faithful, newly acquired, Gallien Krueger 700RBII. Man, do I love this amp. The whole "tube vs solid state thing" doesn't even apply for me here because this thing just rocks on so many levels. Now my question is, is this thing fried for good or is it fixable with patience, time, and parts (of course ) These are NOT the best pictures but I can get some better ones tonight or early tomorrow morning. By the time I got back in my house after "hell passed over" the water was receded completely but the amp still showed signs of being wet. Funnily enough, when I powered it on through a generator it DID in fact power on but never made it to the blue light. It just remained in the "protect" stage. The pictures will be posted below. Now obviously if an electronic or something of this nature gets wet under the circumstances of a HURRICANE SURGE , OF COURSE it is pretty much fried, but the stories I have heard about Gallien Krueger amps (I have heard some that have survived Katrina) are very believable! Can this poor girl be fixed, or is she as good as scrap? I just realized the pictures are not large enough. Fixing this issue ASAP.