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  1. PM'ed. I want to try this new fangled "tuning" lark.
  2. BTW, I just HAD to change the shape of the headstock slightly, so it didn't quite have that Sam Eagle from The Muppet Show look.
  3. You're very welcome, glad to be of service. That's my good deed for the day! (Looks down modestly)
  4. I had one of those. It was really good, in my opinion, if a bit heavy. Played great, well finished. Good value for money. GAS made me sell it.
  5. The combo also has a little hatch on the top, as well as the slot at the rear. The hatch is for access to the back of the amp for FX loop etc. There is plenty of ventilation.
  6. Inaudible! The amp is not really working at low volume. I can't stand extraneous noises, especially high pitched ones, since my hearing aids make EVERYTHING really loud. If the fan was making a noise I would throw the amp out of the window, probably. Hope this helps!
  7. I have one of these. The Indonesian model, which is identical to the Italian version, as far as I know. It has been very reliable, and I can't say I've noticed any troubling fan noise. It's not as compact as the 121P mentioned above, and it is extremely punchy. i sometimes crave the Traveller 102 extension cab in order to feel more of a man, but I don't think it needs it for most applications. Great DI out and very effective EQ. I find the two filters useful on occasion, especially the vintage one. It is surprisingly light for its size.
  8. Crikey, great work. How long did it take you?
  9. I remember seeing The Nice, with Lee Jackson playing one of the original versions of these. I was totally obsessed with it. I thought it was the coolest thing I had ever seen. GLWTS.
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