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Well, I can finally do this:

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by evan_phi, Jan 3, 2007.

  1. My Family:

  2. Salizander


    Oct 28, 2004
    I really like the clean look of that setup. And I bet that white cabinet front would look like its glowing if you ever play in a club that has black lights!!!
  3. That grill makes me think of Tron... You should light it with black lights (as suggested above) and wear this when you play...

  4. D.A.R.K.

    D.A.R.K. Supporting Member

    Aug 20, 2003
    wow, a cab large enough to get the most out of a speaker!
    how's it sound?
    did you build it?
    what's the frequency response?
  5. skaismyhero


    May 21, 2006
    Dayton Ohio
    Instead of the blacklight use glow in the dark paint. nice rig

  6. holy christ you're a genious!!!

    i'm gonna get me a black light!
  7. it sounds amazing. incredibly punchy and warm. i have a rehearsal with my jazz band this afternoon and i get to put it through its paces :D

    My dad built it for me. I designed it in WinISD and he built it for me, cuz i am away at university. I got everything together over the christmas break. He's a cabinet maker (furniture) by trade, so this is top-notch work.

    here's the gain plot. It matches perfectly!

    I haven't run a true "freuency response" test on it just yet... but i will soon.
  8. what do the first two pedals do? whammy i guess and sth else
  9. what's the first letter of your t-shirt?
    it says ?unt Allison :D
  10. Chorus-Flange-Delay-Distortion-Wah-Volume

    It says Mount Allison... the university i go to!

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