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  • solspirit
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    I've got a verticle 212 but it needs new speakers.

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  • solspirit
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    Originally posted by dave74 View Post

    Even worse lol.
    The heads would be a great snag though, I'd just use a good 212, maybe turned vertical to raise it all up.
    Haha yeah, it definitely had the Marshall sound just not enough of it. It was a bit dry sounding also.

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  • dave74
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    Originally posted by solspirit View Post

    They were actually 2, 1 8s
    Even worse lol.
    The heads would be a great snag though, I'd just use a good 212, maybe turned vertical to raise it all up.

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  • Hsb
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    Originally posted by dave74 View Post

    Was there any energy left in your hands for playing a guitar through it?
    Ill never tell

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  • solspirit
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    Originally posted by dave74 View Post
    I'd rather have one of the 20 or 30w ss heads and use my own cab. 112 cabs almost never do it for me. Even a room full of 112 cabs running together would still sound small IMO.
    They were actually 2, 1 8s

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  • dave74
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    I'd rather have one of the 20 or 30w ss heads and use my own cab. 112 cabs almost never do it for me. Even a room full of 112 cabs running together would still sound small IMO.

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  • dave74
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    Originally posted by Hsb View Post
    I used to have a Marshall Micro Stack that came with 2 110 cabs and a solid state head.

    It was fun lil amp, but what was more fun was the horny teenage love letter I found stuffed in the back of one of the cabs.
    Was there any energy left in your hands for playing a guitar through it?

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  • jeremy
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    buddy of mine has the fridge on the porch near the pool. looks sweet

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  • solspirit
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    Originally posted by strat dude View Post
    I always wanted the fridge
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    Yeah me too

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  • strat dude
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    I had to sellte for the bugera
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  • strat dude
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    I always wanted the fridge
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  • LRS
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    About ten years ago I had a Haze 15 mini stack. Head with two 12” cabs. I sold that to fund something else. This year I went back to Marshall. In my memories the Haze 15 was great. When one came along, I jumped on it and brought it home. However the tone disappointed me greatly. Compared to my Vintage Modern 50 Watt 2x12” combo it was pretty sad actually. So the 2266C stood and the Haze 15 went (again). It looked cool though…

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  • Jeffblue
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    I don't own a Marshall.........but I do own a Mojotone Studio One amp head. Like a JCM900 but at 1 watt.

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  • solspirit
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    Originally posted by jeremy View Post
    ive not owned a ms4, but ive played through one a few times. ive owned a ms2 and i liked it better. they are both pretty much toys, but they are fun
    Perfect for the bedroom

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  • jeremy
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    ive not owned a ms4, but ive played through one a few times. ive owned a ms2 and i liked it better. they are both pretty much toys, but they are fun

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